influence of personality and demographics on stress and burnout in secondary teachers.
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Thesis (M. Sc. (Applied Psychology)) - University of Ulster, 1997.

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  This research evaluated the influence of personality, alexithymia and work engagement on the burnout of village doctors in an in-depth and detailed way, and explored the mediating role of . demographic variables also influence the state of burnout among teachers (Lau, Yuen and Chan, ). The perspective that regards teaching a demanding profession, a clear lack in job description of school teaching entails the role of teachers as complex. The stressful, tired.   There are several investigations that analyze the influence of the perception of work environment and interpersonal relationships on burnout in teachers. Some show that students' bad behavior or conflicts with coworkers are a cause of stress and burnout in teachers .   Level of psychological burnout of a sample of secondary phase teachers in Ma’an Governorate and its relationship with some other variables. .

  On the other hand, the data refer to teachers of secondary education; thus, it would be necessary to conduct studies to determine whether the education level in which teaching occurs influences the relationships that are established between the different EI profiles and burnout, anxiety, depression, and teacher stress. A Study on Academic Stress among Higher Secondary Students PRABU Abstract: Stress can exist when working at a fast place, doing difficult problems, or listening to someone shout at you. It can be brought about through conflicts, making decisions, or otherwise straining abilities, or it can exist because of numerous social demands on. questions focused on factors that contribute to teacher burnout and teachers' perceptions of the ways in which their burnout affected instruction as well as their interactions with parents, colleagues, and administrators. and additional trials such as the stress of trying to balance home and work create a heavy burden on educators that can. The aim of this study was to see how teachers' burnout is related to different aspects of, job satisfaction and demographic characteristics such as age and gender. The Maslach Burnout Inventory which was used to measure dimensions of teachers' burnout consisted of three subscales: emotional exhaustion, personal accomplishment and depersonalisation. In addition, the Dixit Job Satisfaction Scale.

Questionnaires were used to collect the data from secondary level teachers of private schools. The results of correlation and multiple regression showed the negative impact of personality on burnout, positive impact of personality on emotional labor, and the negative impact of emotional labor on job burnout. Early attempts to describe stress and burnout emphasized their personal nature and, accordingly, blamed the individual teacher. This view has been superseded by a more social view of burnout that recognizes both background personality variables of the individual and school characteristics as contributing to burnout in teachers. was one of the strongest personality correlates of burnout, particularly of emotional exhaustion. Fontana and Abouserie (), using the Eysenck model of personality (Eysenck & Eysenck, ) to study the links between stress levels, gender and personality in a sample of teachers, have found associations between burnout and high. Consequences of this stress are burnout, physical and emotional distress, and choosing to leave the profession. Research on teacher stress and burnout has largely focused on environmental and contextual factors while ignoring personality characteristics of teachers that may have an impact on relationships between job stress and its consequences.