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The Effects of Servant Leadership Behaviours of School Principals on Teachers' Job Satisfaction

by Y. Cerit
Educational Management Administration & Leadership ()
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This article eamin and multi-regressionnes the effects of servant leadership behaviours of primary school principals on teacher job satisfaction. The population of this study is primary schools in Duzce, Turkey. Data were collected from 595 teachers working in primary schools in Duzce province of Turkey. Servant leadership behaviours of principals were determined with the servant leadership scale developed by Laub (1999) while teacher job satisfaction was determined using the job satisfaction scale developed by Mohrman et al. (1977). Mean, standard deviation, correlatio

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