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Development of the Opinions on the Effects of Globalization in Sports Sciences Scale

Journal: Journal for Education of Gifted Young Scientists (JEGYS) (Vol.10, No. 2)

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Page : 335-345

Keywords : Sports sciences; globalization; scale development; sports talent;

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This study aims to develop a standard scale by making the validity and reliability of the globalization survey developed for education faculties in the sample of sports sciences. A total of 878 people, including 81 academicians, 336 physical education and sports teachers, 118 trainers, and 343 sports sciences students, who were reached by a simple random method, participated in the study. The data was collected at 3 different times, Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) in the first group (n = 426), Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) in the second group (n = 412), and test-retest analysis in the third group (n = 40) was performed. As a result of EFA, which was conducted to determine the construct validity, a structure consisting of 17 items and 3 factors was obtained, which explains 71.588% of the total variance. These factors are; teaching-learning processes are named as management and technology. The Cronbach Alpha internal consistency coefficient of the scale was calculated as .94. According to the DFA results (χ2 / df: 2.63; RMSEA: .06; PGFI: .69; PNFI: .79; GFI: .92; AGFI: .90; IFI: .96; TLI: .95; NFI:. 94; CFI: .96) the scale has acceptable fit values. In the test-retest analysis, a positive correlation was found .83. As a result, it can be said that the globalization scale can be used in sports science research and is a valid and reliable scale.

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