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A Study on the Relationships between Hope and Job Stress for the Special Education Teachers
job stress;hope;special education teacher
|Issue Date: ||2012-12-11 15:44:34 (UTC+8)|
The purpose of this study was to explore the special education teachers’ hope and job stress, and to identify different perceptions by analyzing various background variables, to discuss the relationship between teacher’ hope and job stress.
Questionnaire survey has been utilized as the research method, and investigative research of 384 special education teachers who worked in Kaohsiung City, Pingtung City and Pingtung County. The researcher has conducted a survey with “Personal information”, “Special education teachers’ hope questionnaire” and “Special education teachers’ job stress questionnaire”, as well as statistical analysis tools including descriptive analysis, one-way analysis of variance, product-moment correlation and structural equation modeling (SEM).
The result of study:
1. Special education teachers’ thinking belief scores on “pathway thinking” were higher than scores on “agent thinking”.
2.Special education teachers’ job stress scores on “Job Characteristics” were higher than scores on “Job environment”.
Special education teachers in different sex, age were significantly different in hope.
4.Special education teachers in different age, teaching years, Class type, position, and in-service education were significantly different in job stress.
5. There is a potential relationship between special education teachers’ hope and job stress.
The suggestions of the findings were made for special education teachers , scholastic researchers.
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