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Assessment of the Correlation between Self-esteem in Decision-making and Decision-making Styles of Football Referees in terms of their Refereeing Experience and Violence Perceptions
The study was conducted in order to determine self-esteem in decision-making and decision-making styles of football referees in terms of their experience and violence perceptions and to examine the correlation between their self-esteem in decision-making and decision-making styles. The population of the study was composed 1080 referees who were assigned to the matches of the 7th region where there were 8 provinces under Turkish Football Federation during 2014-2015 football season. The sample of the study was composed of 554 referees who were recruited with random sampling method. As the data collection tool and in order to determine referees’ self-esteem in decision-making and decision-making styles; Melbourne Decision Making Questionnaire I-II -designed by Mann et al. (1998) and adapted by Deniz (2004) into Turkish was used. As the result of the study; it was seen that there was a significant difference in self-esteem in decision-making and procrastination decision-making style in terms of refereeing experiences and in self-esteem in decision-making and buck-passing decision-making style in terms of their violence perceptions. It was noted that there were significant correlations between referees’ self-esteem in decision-making and decision-making subscales.

Keywords
Football Referee, Decision-making, Violence, Experience, Exposure Community Violence, Workplace Viol


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