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Examination of Constant Anxiety Statuses of Prisoners Who Attend Recreational Activities
This study was carried out to determine the constant anxiety levels of prisoners who attend recreational activities with regards to certain variables. The study was carried out using the general survey model, and the sample comprised 256 volunteer prisoners selected by simple randomization method, who were subject to supervised release in the province of Gaziantep. The trait anxiety inventory was used in the study. When analyzing the data, Kolmogorov-Smirnov test was used for data compatibility, followed by Mann-Whitney U Test and Kruskal-Wallis H test, and for paired comparison of the groups with a significant difference, Bonferroni correction tests were used. As a result of the study, it was observed that the anxiety statuses of the prisoners in the sample demonstrated differences throughout the period of attendance at recreational activities in terms of the mean rank scores by independent variables. The anxiety status of the prisoners who are single, non-smokers, aged 39 or above, with an earning higher than the minimum wage, and a sentence duration of 3-4 years during their attendance at the activities was observed to be higher than those of the prisoners in the other groups. Additionally, it was determined that there was no statistically significant difference the prisoners’ marital status, education and sentence duration variables in terms of constant anxiety status, whereas there was a significant difference in smoking status, age and wage level variables.

Anxiety, Leisure Time, Constant Anxiety, Competition, Prisoner, Recreation.

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