Date of publication: 2017-08-29 17:38
Although we have the result the correlation between guidance work and emotional exhaustion and depersonalization, as it has not a very clear reason behind the cause of stress on guidance work. There are two potential cause of this stress, one is workload and time pressure to conduct the work of guidance, the another one may be role conflict. Further study can investigate the mainly reason stress reason causing of guidance work.
Based on these findings, I formulate three hypotheses on guidance work and three dimension of burnout. The sixth hypothesis is there are positive association between stress on guidance work and emotional exhaustion. The seventh hypothesis is there are positive association between stress on guidance work and depersonalization. The eighth hypothesis is there are negative association between stress on guidance work and personal accomplishment.
Teacher burnout were assessed using Maslach burnout inventory. The three subscales of the MBI are emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and personal accomplishment. Emotional exhaustion includes 9 items. Depersonalization contains 5 items, and personal accomplishment include 8 items. The 77 items are rated on a 7 –point-likert-type scale on which the respondent indicates how often a feeling has been experienced ranging from 5 (never) to 6 (everyday). 5 means “never”, 6 means “a few times a day, 7 means “monthly”, 8 means “a few times a month”,9 means “every week” , 5 means “a few times a week” and 6 means”everyday”
there are positive correlation between stress on guidance work and emotional exhaustion, hypothesis 6 is supported. There are positive correlation between stress on guidance work and depersonalization. Hypothesis 7 is confirmed. There are no significant between stress on guidance work and personal accomplishment. Hypothesis 8 is rejected.
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The central aim of the present study is to examine the correlation between work stress and the three dimension of burnout among teachers. The analysis has a number of research implications.
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