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Journal:   COUNSELING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT   SPRING 2007 , Volume 6 , Number 21; Page(s) 127 To 142.
 
Paper: 

COMPARING HARDINESS AND JOB SATISFACTION AND RELATIONSHIP OF THESE VARIABLES AMONG MEMBERS OF ACADEMIC BOARD AND SCHOOL TEACHERS

 
 
Author(s):  GHAMARI M.*
 
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Abstract: 
This research compares hardiness and job satisfaction between Members of academic board and school teachers. One of the main goals of this research was to determine the relationship between hardiness and job satisfaction and compare the results of it among members of academic board and school teachers. The sample of this research was a total of 100, 50 members of academic board and 50 school teachers. The method of sampling was simple randomizing. To measure hardiness kobasa personal perspective survey was used and to measure job satisfaction Daives lofcosit and wais job satisfaction test were used. The hypothesis of research was tested using statistical methods of correlation coefficient and t test. The results showed that there is a positive and significant relationship between hardiness and job satisfaction in both groups (P<0/01). There was no significant difference between the job satisfaction of members of academic board and school teachers. There is significant difference between the hardiness of members of academic board and school teachers (P<0/05). Also result of research showed that there is a significant and positive relationship between components of hardiness (commitment control, challenge) and job satisfaction between members of academic board. But no significant relationship among challenge and job satisfaction was observed between school teachers. To predict job satisfaction based on components of hardiness, step by regression analysis was used and the result showed that the component of commitment explained about 23% of job satisfaction variance.
 
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