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PERCEIVED STRESS DIMENSIONS AND LIFE SATISFACTION IN TOURISM VOCATIONAL SCHOOL STUDENTS

The purpose of the study was to estimate whether life satisaction views of tourism vocational school students differ according to their age and work experiences, to determine the dimensions of the stress they perceive and to examine the effect on their life satisfaction. The research sample consisted of tourism students studying in Fethiye ASMK Vocational School. Perceived Stress Scale and Life Satisfaction Scale were used to collect the data. Data was analyzed using SPSS 22.0 program. In order to analyze data, respectively, independent samples t test, One way ANOVA test, explanatory factor analysis and regression analysis were used.The results showed that opinions of younger and inexperienced tourism students about their life satisfaction were more positive than older and more experinced students. On the other side there was not any statistically significant difference in students' views according to their gender. Also Insufficient Self-Efficacy Perception, one of the dimensions of perceived stress, adversely affected life satisfaction of tourism students.



Keywords
Tourism,stress, life satisfaction



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