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The study on Communication Behavior and Job Satisfaction of Junior High School Teachers with Part-time Administrative Positions in New Taipei Cityf
The purposes of this study were to investigate current status communication behavior and job satisfaction of junior high school teachers with part-time administrative positions , and to explore the relationship between their communication behavior and job satisfaction. The background variables are analyzed to realize the overall prediction of the communication behavior of those teachers on their job satisfaction. The questionnaire survey was utilized for data collection and analysis.The subjectsincluded 517 administrative teachers in public junior high schools in New Taipei City. The instruments were“The Communication Behavior of Junior high school administrative teachers” and“The Job Satisfaction of Junior high school administrative teachers.” The data obtained were statistically treated by means, standard deviations, t-test ,one-way ANOVA and Scheffé method for multiple comparisons, Pearson product-moment correlation, and stepwise multiple regression analysis. The main findings of this study were as follows: 1. The current statuses of the communication behavior and job satisfaction of junior high school administrative teachers were at upper-medium level. 2. The communication behavior perceived by administrative teachers varied because of different degrees and job functions. 3. The job satisfaction perceived by administrative teachers varied because of different administrative seniority. 4. There were positive significant correlations between communication behavior and job satisfaction of junior high school administrative teachers. 5. For the junior high school administrative teachers , the aspect of “support and encouragement” in communication behavior made the most significant contribution to the prediction of the job satisfaction. Finally,based on the conclusions of this study, some suggestions are offered to principals in junior high schools, administrative teachers, and future studies.
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