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INVESTIGATION OF THE LEVELS OF HELPFULNESS AND INTOLERANCE OF UNCERTAINTY IN TERMS OF DIFFERENT VARIABLES OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS RECEIVING DISTANCE EDUCATION IN THE PANDEMIC PROCESS

The purpose of this research is to examine the relationship between home call and distance education university students' level of benevolence and intolerance to uncertainty in terms of different variables. This study is a descriptive research in relational scanning model. The sample group consisted of 276 students who received distance education in the spring semester of 2019-2020. As a data collection tool, developed by Carleton, Norton and Asmundson (2007), Sarıçam et al. (2014), the Intolerance of Uncertainty Scale (BTÖ-12) adapted to Turkish and the Benevolence Scale developed by Demirci (2017) were used. Parametric tests were applied due to the normal distribution of the data. In addition, Pearson Correlation analysis was used to determine the relationship between students' benevolence and their level of intolerance to uncertainty. The significance level was determined as .05. According to the findings of the study, it was observed that there was a significant difference in favor of male students between the overall score averages of the students' intolerance to uncertainty scale and its sub-dimensions, while there was no significant difference between benevolence and gender. According to the measure of the students' exposure to the epidemic, it was observed that there was a significant difference in favor of the students who stated that they were highly affected by the epidemic, between the mean scores of the whole scale of benevolence and intolerance to uncertainty and its sub-dimension. According to the general health status of the students, it was determined that there is a significant difference between the mean scores of the whole scale of benevolence and intolerance to uncertainty and its sub-dimensions. While there is a significant difference between the total score of the intolerance to uncertainty scale and its sub-dimensions according to the students' purpose of going out during the epidemic process, there is a significant difference in favor of the students who stated that they came out due to economic reasons (duty), but there was no significant difference between benevolence and the purpose of going out. As a result, it was observed that there was no relationship between the mean scores of the students intolerance of uncertainty scale, and its inhibitory anxiety and the mean score of the benevolence scale. However, it was found that there is a low positive correlation between the prospective anxiety sub-dimension of the intolerance to uncertainty and benevolence.



Keywords
COVID 19, uncertainty, intolerance to uncertainty, help, helpfulness



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