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READING HABITS OF ARRESTED AND CONVICTED SECONDARY STUDENTS ENROLLED AT OPEN EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOL AT SILIVRI PENITENTIARIES CAMPUS

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Author(s): İlhan Erdem | Hatice ALTUNKAYA

Journal: Adıyaman University International Journal of Social Science
ISSN 1308-9196

Volume: 11;
Start page: 453;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: Penitentiary | Open Education Secondary School | Convicted | Arrested | Reading Habit.

ABSTRACT
The aim of this study is to find out the reading attitudes of secondary students enrolled at open education secondary school at Silivri Penitentiaries Campus and to see if there is difference among reading attitudes in terms of age, place of birth, type of crime and marital status variables. 224 students from 8 prisons at Silivri Penitentiaries Campus participated in the study. In collecting the data, ‘Reading Habit Attitude Scale (a=0.88)’ developed by Gömleksiz (2004) and containing 30 items, 21 of which positive and 9 of which negative was used in the study. According to the findings, in the love subdimension married students’ love points (x=25,878) and habit points (x=15,102) were found to be higher than single students love points (x=24,230) and habit points (x=14,135). According the analyses of correlation values, there was positive correlation between habit and love; eagerness and love; effect and love; benefit and love; eagerness and habit; effect and habit; benefit and habit; necessity and eagerness; effect and necessity; benefit and necessity; effect and eagerness; benefit and eagerness; benefit and effect: and a positive correlation between general attitude point in reading and love-habit-necessity-eagerness-effect-benefit.
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