CONTENT ANALYSIS OF MASTER’S DEGREE AND DOCTORATE THESES WHERE SOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING IS APPROACHED

Abstract

Social skills play an important role in interpersonal social skills. This study investigates social skills training concept in general sense in articles, master and doctorate degree programs. Literature review was made in the research between the years 2010-2017. In this literature review process the concepts of publication type,  subject area,  publication year, research design,  data collection tool,  sample group,  province and department concepts were discussed for social skills training. Study group meta-analysis technique was used in this research. Thirty-eight articles and the theses existing in 22 master’s degree and 21 doctorate program in Turkish Council of Higher Education National Thesis Centre and Google Scholar were analysed.

Keywords: higher education, graduate education, social skills training, content analysis

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Published
2019-04-20
How to Cite
Tezer, M., Kan, Şebnem G., Öznacar, B., Şensoy, Şeniz, & Çaltıkuşu, Çilem. (2019). CONTENT ANALYSIS OF MASTER’S DEGREE AND DOCTORATE THESES WHERE SOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING IS APPROACHED. International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education (IJCRSEE), 7(1), 43-49. https://doi.org/10.5937/ijcrsee1901043T