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The aim of this research is to compare the attitudes of the students of the Faculty of Divinity and Faculty of Education towards physical activity. The sample of the research, with survey research design, consists of 360 students who are in preparatory and undergraduate education in the autumn semester of 2018–2019 in Mehmet Akif Ersoy University in Turkey. In the faculty of divinity, women were n = 130, 65.7% and men were n = 68, 34.3%. In the faculty of education, women were n = 128, 79% and men were n = 34, 21%. An independent t-test was used to compare the mean scores. From the results, it was understood that the attitudes of the faculty of divinity students towards physical activity were more positive than the students of the faculty of education. No significant difference was observed in intra-group comparisons of attitudes towards physical activity.
Keywords: Faculty of divinity, faculty of education, attitude, physical activity.
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