The role of work ethic and emotional intelligence for predicting job burnout in physical education teachers in Tehran province (case study: Pardis, Roudehen, Damavand)
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1Master of Arts (M.A.) in Management of sports facilities
2Assistant Professor of Sport Management, Roudehen Branch, Islamic Azad University, Roudehen, Iran
The purpose of this study was to investigate the role of work ethic and emotional intelligence in predicting the burnout of physical education teachers in Tehran (case study: Pardis, Rodehen, Damavand). Depending on the goals set, the method of conducting descriptive-correlative research is done in the form of a field. The type of research is in terms of applied and time-consuming purposes. The statistical population of this study consists of physical education teachers of the cities of Pardis, Rodehen, and Damavand, which according to the statistics taken from the education of these three counties, the total number is 90. The data gathering tool in this study was also used by three standard questionnaires and validated and highly reliable. We used Grigoriy Cepiti et al. (1990) with a reliability of 0.86, Bradbury Greaves's emotional intelligence questionnaire (2004) with a reliability of 0.91 and Mullish's burnout inventory (1981) with a reliability of 0.81. In the present study, the statistical method is descriptive and inferential statistics. Descriptive statistics were used to draw frequency tables and charts and dispersion indicators such as mean, moderate, fashion, variance, standard deviation, and standard deviation. Inferential statistics included the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test to determine if the data is normal or not, the correlation test is used to determine the predictors of the criterion variable (job burnout) from the variables of work ethics and emotional intelligence from multiple regression. The results indicate that there is a meaningful relationship between work ethic and job burnout.
The results of the research emphasize the important role of work ethics and emotional intelligence as skills and competencies to be taught and learned in order to reduce the incidence of physical education teachers.