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Title: Effect of organizational role ego-strength and self-actualization on burnout among secondary school teachers
Researcher: Kusum
Guide(s): Sirohi, Seema
Keywords: Education
Upload Date: 1-Apr-2013
University: Maharshi Dayanand University
Completed Date: 2011
Abstract: The work of a teacher is physically and mentally challenging. The problem of the teacher may be compounded by the school culture and climate. In an attempt to survive, a teacher may struggle to handle many tasks at a time. Even though unable to balance his burden, at times becomes so heavy that he becomes exhausted, defensive and offensive. This condition of a teacher is known as Burnout. The present investigation was intended to study the Organizational Role Stress, Ego Strength and the level of Burnout and Self Actualization among secondary school teachers of Delhi. Further it intended to find out the relationship between dimensions of Burnout (Emotional Exhaustion, Depersonalization and Personal Accomplishment) and Organizational Role Stress, dimensions of Burnout and Ego Strength, dimensions of Burnout and Self Actualization. This study also intended to find out the combined influence of Organizational Role Stress, Ego Strength and Self Actualization on Burnout among secondary school teachers. Further, it intended to find out the relationship between Burnout and Organizational Role Stress by partialling out the Ego Strength and Self-Actualization, relationship between Burnout and Ego-Strength by partialling out the Organizational Role Stress and Self Actualization, relationship between Burnout and Self-Actualization by partialling out the Organizational Role Stress and Ego Strength. This study also compared the three levels of Burnout between male and female secondary school teachers. For the purpose, a sample of 320 secondary school teachers from Delhi government schools was randomly selected. While selecting the sample care was taken that equal number of male and female teachers were selected. The major findings of the study were : Majority of the secondary school teachers is experiencing medium level Burnout. Secondary school teachers are experiencing more stress on role ambiguity and role expectation conflict and teachers are experiencing low stress on resource inadequacy.
Pagination: 204p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/7842
Appears in Departments:Department of Education

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