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A Study of University Students' Attitudes Towards Children's Rights in Turkey

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This research was a survey. It included 350 volunteer university students. A likert type scale was developed in order to measure the attitude of university students toward children's rights. The factor analysis technique and cronbach alpha formula were used to test the validity and reliability of the scale. Item total correlation was calculated for each item. The profile of students, such as gender, faculty, grade and human rights courses taken were examined using frequency and percent. To see whether or not there was a significant difference between students' attitude according to variables, t-test was used. As a result, female students, the students from the Faculty of Educational Sciences and the students who had taken courses on human rights were found to have a positive attitude towards children's rights. Grade of students in not a discriminating factor in the attitudes towards children's rights.


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