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Televizyon Programlar ndaki iddetin Yeti tirme Etkisi: Konya Lise rencileri üzerine Bir Ara t rma
Hasan Hüseyin TAYLAN
Selcuk Universitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitusu Dergisi , 2011,
Abstract: This study, which aims to investigate the cultivation effect of violence in television programmes on Secondary Educationstudents, has dealt with the cultivation effect of violence in television programmes in terms of Cultivation Theory, which emergedwithin the scope of Cultural Indicators Project developed by Gerbner et al. According to the theory of cultivation, watchingtelevision much increases viewers’ distrust of the others, sows the perception that the world is cruel and dangerous, and leads oneto think that violence in society is greater than it actually is (or than the true violence in society) and its effect is slow,accumulating and long-term. Moreover, it is in interaction with environmental factors and socio-demographic variables.The present study, which was conducted within the framework of Cultivation Analysis, one of the three fundamental pillarsof cultivation research, aims to reveal the effects of Secondary education students’ television viewing practices on theirperceptions of social reality. The main purpose of the study is to demonstrate the cultivation effect of television violence on highschool students. In accordance with the purpose in question, first whether there is a cultivation differential in terms of theresponses that those who watch TV a little and those who watch it a lot concerning social reality (the mean world syndrome,perception of violence, fear of crime, estimation of violence in society and the percentage of criminals in society) was analyzedusing T-Test and Chi-Square Test. Secondly, the cultivation effect of the level of television viewing (and other factors) on themean world syndrome was revealed using the Multiple Regression Analysis. Finally, the effects of the level of television viewing(and other factors) on fear of crime was investigated using Logistical Regression Analysis.The sample was determined according to the stratified sampling technique and the criteria for representing the population.The sample size was determined to be 674 according to 95 % reliability level and 0.03 sampling error; a total of 697 questionnaireswere administered and after the elimination of some inadequate and biased questionnaires, a total of 640 questionnaires were usedto analyze the data. The data, which were obtained from a field study that was conducted via a questionnaire form administered to640 students who attended 8 high schools selected to represent Secondary Education Schools in the city of Konya wereinterpreted through SPSS and Independent Sample T-Test, Chi-Square, Multiple Regression Analysis, Logistic RegressionAnalys
Teachers’ Demographic Characteristics and The New Mathematics Program for Primary School-teaching
Hasan Hüseyin AKSU
Journal of Kirsehir Education Faculty , 2011,
Abstract: The aim of this study is to deal with the influence of the changes made in the mathematics program (curriculum) for Grades 6, 7, and 8 on the basis of mathematic teachers demographic characteristics. In the research the survey method was used . Of the teachers employed in primary schools in the metropolis, towns, and villages in Izmir in 2006 and 2007, 600 mathematic teachers were included in the sample through the random sampling method. However, only 280 of the teachers answered the questionnaire. The data were analyzed through basic statistical functions in SPSS (13.0) program. The results obtained showed no significant difference between the opinions of the teachers on the bases of their gender, in-service training, schools where they are employed and their professional length of service. However, a meaningful difference was found between the teachers opinions on the new primary school-teaching mathematics program with respect to their acquaintance with the new program.
Investigation of Pre-service Teachers’ Attitudes towards Teaching Profession in a Teaching Formation Certification Program(SDü Sample)
Hasan Hüseyin ?ZKAN
Journal of Kirsehir Education Faculty , 2012,
Abstract: In this study, pre-service teachers’ attitudes towards teaching profession were examined using different variables. The results reveals that, pre-service teacher candidates are interested in the teaching profession, enjoyed teaching profession, and have a higher level of commitment to teaching profession. Moreover pre-service teachers’ attitudes toward the professional responsibility and the social reputation of the teaching profession were positive according to the data analyzed. There is significant difference were found in terms of the interest of teaching profession, enjoying the profession, Professional commitment in terms of participants’ age and working in a job. However, there is no significant difference found according to the level of education, their graduation area, and the job sector. There is also significant difference was found in the reputation of teaching profession and professional responsibility in terms of the job sector pre-service teachers’ employed.
Changes in Body Mass Index after Arthroscopic Surgery and Its Effect on Functional Outcomes  [PDF]
G?khan Polat, Hasan Hüseyin Ceylan, Ersin Kuyucu, Necdet Demir, G?khan Karademir, Mehmet Erdil
International Journal of Clinical Medicine (IJCM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ijcm.2016.75031
Abstract: Objective: Arthroscopic surgery is one of the most common surgical procedures in orthopedic surgery. Post-surgery weight gain is one of the most important factors that affects the functional outcomes of arthroscopic surgery. This study investigated the effect of changes in the body mass index (BMI) in the period after arthroscopic surgery and the potential impact of these changes on functional outcomes. Methods: One hundred-sixty four patients (knee and hip arthroscopy patients) were evaluated retrospectively. Changes in the BMI and functional scores of the patients between the preoperative period and first, third, and sixth months postoperatively were compared. Results: The mean age of the patients was 36.03 (15 - 64) years, and the mean follow-up was 14.2 months (6 - 29) months. Postoperative increases in the BMI values in the first, third, and sixth months were statistically significant in the three groups of patients (i.e., meniscal pathology, ligament pathology, and intra-articular hip pathology) (p < 0.001). The correlations of the BMI and functional score changes in the intra-articular hip pathology (hip arthroscopy) (p = 0.564), meniscal pathology (p = 0.854), and ligament pathology groups (p = 0.908) were not statistically significant. Conclusion: Patients may gain weight following arthroscopic surgery of the knee and hip. Orthopedic surgeons should keep this issue in mind and educate patients about how to prevent potential weight gain to ensure it does not adversely affect functional outcomes.
The importance of protein profiling in the diagnosis and treatment of hematologic malignancies
Gül?ah ?anl?-Mohamed,Taylan Turan,Hüseyin Atakan Ekiz,Yusuf Baran
Turkish Journal of Hematology , 2011,
Abstract: Proteins are important targets in cancer research because malignancy is associated with defects in cell protein machinery. Protein profiling is an emerging independent subspecialty of proteomics that is rapidly expanding and providing unprecedented insight into biological events. Quantitative assessment of protein levels in hematologic malignancies seeks a comprehensive understanding of leukemia-associated protein patterns for use in aiding diagnosis, follow-up treatment, and the prediction of clinical outcomes. Many recently developed high-throughput proteomic methods can be applied to protein profiling. Herein the importance of protein profiling, its exploitation in leukemia research, and its clinical usefulness in the treatment and diagnosis of various cancer types, and techniques for determining changes in protein profiling are reviewed.
Articulating Factors Defining RMS Delay Spread in LV PLC Networks
Sabih Güzelg?z,Hasan Basri ?elebi,Hüseyin Arslan
Journal of Computer Networks and Communications , 2010, DOI: 10.1155/2010/802826
Abstract: Communication over the power line network (PLN) referred as power line communication (PLC) has a long history of narrowband applications. With the recent developments in the field of digital communications, current interest is to exploit this medium for wideband communications for several applications such as Internet access, home networking, and in-vehicle data communication. In line with this recently emerging interest which envisions the conversion of a power transmission network into a communication network, understanding the root-mean-squared (RMS) delay spread is essential for multipath PLC channels for the establishment of reliable communication systems. In this paper, factors that play a role on the RMS delay spread value of low voltage (LV) PLC channels are articulated. Among these factors, dependency of the RMS delay spread on attenuation, loading, and physical characteristics of the communication channel in the PLNs is investigated.
Pseudoaneurysm of ascending aorta: a rare complication of mediastinitis following coronary artery bypass surgery
Niyazi G?rmü?,Hasan Hüseyin Telli,Tahir Yüksek
Anadolu Kardiyoloji Dergisi , 2010,
Blink Reflex Alterations in Chronic Renal Failure
Hasan Hüseyin KOZAK,Orhan DEM?R,Figen GüNEY
N?ropsikiyatri Ar?ivi , 2012,
Abstract: Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis on the peripheral and central nervous system in patients with uremia associated with chronic renal failure.Met-hod: In this study, 35 hemodialysis and 35 peritoneal dialysis patients were compared with 70 healthy controls by working in blink reflex after assessment of peripheral neuropathy by neurological examination and performing EMG. Re-sults: Ipsilateral R2 (R2i) and contralateral R2 (R2c) response latencies were found to be significantly prolonged in patients with chronic renal failure compared to those of controls. Also, latencies of R2 responses in hemodialysis patients, in whom polyneuropathy was detected, were significantly longer than those of the peritoneal dialysis patients, while latencies of R1 responses were unaffected.Conc-lu-si-on: For extraaxial lesions, R2 is less sensitive than R1, but in intraaxial lesions abnormality of R2 is as frequent as short latency responses, the R2 being more complex and spreads to the caudal medulla. Hence, in chronic renal failure patients sparing of the R1 and prolongation of the R2 indicates a subclinical intraaxial involvement. There was no significant difference in R1, R2i and R2c values between peritonal dialysis patients with polyneuropathy and controls. R1 values in hemodialysis patients with polyneuropathy were found to be within normal range while R2i and R2c values were significantly prolonged when compared to controls; suggesting that intraaxial subclinical involvement is more frequently seen in hemodialysis patients. (Arc-hi-ves of Neu-ropsy-chi-atry 2012; 49: 102-107)
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Hasan BOZGEY?KL?,Feride BACANLI,Hüseyin DO?AN
Selcuk Universitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitusu Dergisi , 2009,
Abstract: Self-efficacy concept was described as belief related to practicing the order of behaviors with individual’s capacities in asuccessful way by Bandura (1977; 1986). Self-efficacy expectations are postulated to influence behavioral choices, performance,and persistence. Self-efficacy is thought to have four primary sources: performance acoomplishments, vicarious usal. Withinpsychological counseling, the application of self-efficacy theory to career choice behavior has been especially important, both thetheoretically (Borgen, 1991; Hackett and Lent, 1992), and to design of career counseling interventions (Betz,1992).Self-Efficacy Theory was applied first in career counseling field by hackett and Betz (1981). According to Betz (2000) selfefficacyconcept contributed to either career counseling or career development theories and became the subject of a lot of study.In particular, there have now hundreds of studies investigating the importance of self-efficacy to educational and careerdevelopment with respect to educational and career development with respect to career-related behaviors. These studies haveincluded mathematics self-efficacy (Lopez, Lent, Brown, and Gore,1997; zyürek, 1995), and self-efficacy for occupational tasks(Rooney and Osipow, 1992), and career search self-efficacy (Solberg, Good, Fischer, Brown, and Nord, 1995; Bacanl , 2006).Because of its importance to career decision making self-efficacy has received probably the most study attention relative to otherdomains of career behavior. Career decision-making self-efficacy, derived directly from Bandura’s self-efficacy theory (Taylor andBetz, 1983), relates specifically to a person’s belief that he or she can successfully accomplish the tasks and behaviors associatedwith making career decisions. Research indicates that career decision-making self-efficacy is related to other career choicesbehaviors. For example, career decision-making self-efficacy is negatively related to career indecision (Betz, Klein and Taylor,1996). There are positively significant relationships between career decision-making self-efficacy and career maturity (Andersonand Brown, 1997; Creed, Patton and Prideaux, 2007; Luzzo, 1995), vocational identity (Betz, Klein and Taylor, 1996; Robins,1985). The other studies indicated that career decision-making self-efficacy was a strong predictor of exploratory behavior in boththe self and environmental domains (Blustein, 1989; Brown, Darden, Shelton, and Dipoto, 1999).These studies were investigated on high school and university students samples.The studies about elementary school
Multiple neural injuries in a pediatric supracondylar humerus fracture
Mehmet Erdil,Yunus ?mren,Hasan Hüseyin Ceylan,Kerem Bilsel
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Investigations , 2012,
Abstract: Neurological problems following paediatric elbow fracture is a clinically challenging problem. The main causes of neurological injury are traction injuries, impingement or direct trauma related with bony fragments and iatrogenic injuries. Anterior interosseous nerve is most commonly injured nerve in cases of extension fractures. At flexion type fractures ulnar nerve is the major traumatised nerve by iatrogenic manuplation. Multiple neural injuries related with these types of fractures are extremely rare. Neural injuries of paediatric cases have tendency to recover easily. In cases of persisting functional impairment surgical intervention may be needed. Herein a pediatric case with both medial and ulnar nerve injuries following elbow fracture was presented. J Clin Exp Invest 2012; 3 (3): 438-442Key words: Supracondylar humerus fracture, child elbow trauma, nevre injury, iatrogenic
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