The Relation Between Self-Esteem in Decision Making, Decision Making Styles and Problem Solving Skills


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Yılmaz Y., Yıldız S.

1st International Conference on Economic and Social Studies 2013, Sarajevo, Bosnia And Herzegovina, 10 - 11 May 2013, vol.1, no.1, pp.1752-1763

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Full Text
  • Volume: 1
  • City: Sarajevo
  • Country: Bosnia And Herzegovina
  • Page Numbers: pp.1752-1763
  • Akdeniz University Affiliated: Yes

Abstract

The aim of this study is to examine whether a relation between self-esteem in decision making,
decision making styles and problem solving skills. The working group of the study consists of 467 participants who are working actively as tourist guides in the provinces of Ankara, Muğla and Antalya. The analysis of the relations among self-esteem in decision making, decision making styles and problem solving skills of tour guides was done by using Pearson Moment Multiplication Correlation Coefficient. Correlation analysis was performed to test between self-esteem, decision making styles and problem solving skills. As a result of correlation analysis between self-esteem and careful decision making style a positive weak relation founded. Between self-esteem with avoidant, dilatory and panic decision making styles a negative weak relation founded. A negative weak relation founded between self-esteem and problem solving skills. There is a relation between decision making styles and problem solving skills. Between careful decision making style and problem solving skills was found a negative mediocre relation. Between avoidant, dilatory and panic decision making style with problem solving skills was found a positive mediocre relation.