Occupational Stress of School Teachers

  • M Murali Ph.D Scholar, Meston College of Education
  • Doreen Gnanam Associate Professor in EMH, Meston College of Education

Abstract

This study aims to study the occupational stress of school teachers. The main objectives are to find out the level and significant difference based on Gender, Types of School, Medium Instruction, Types of Management, Age, Marital Status, Location, Types ofFamily, and Total Number of Services of School Teachers. The hypothesis was that there may be significance of difference in occupational stress of school teachers based on Gender, Types of School, Medium Instruction, Types of Management, Age, Marital Status, Location, Types of Family, and Total Number of Services of School Teachers. A Sample of 750 school teachers were selected for this study in Vellore district. The tool used was occupational stress inventory developed and standardized by. Srivastava. A.K.and Singh. A.P. (1984).

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2014-12-29
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Murali, M., & Gnanam, D. (2014). Occupational Stress of School Teachers. Shanlax International Journal of Education, 3(1), 75-87. Retrieved from https://www.shanlaxjournals.in/journals/index.php/education/article/view/2815
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