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|Other Titles:||The Study of the Paths of the Influences on Quality through Ideology of Organizational Change in Junior High Schools|
Department od Education, NTNU
The study is to explore the paths of the influences on quality through ideology of organizational change in junior high schools. In fact, organizational change in schools is the adoption of a new idea by an organization, and an ideology refers to a set of closely related ideas. Therefore, ideology, as its medium, will influence the quality of organizational change in schools. In general, ideology of organizational change in schools is defined as the process and product of forming value systems. It involves positive and negative conceptual systems. Positive ideology includes the values of ethic, function, and reflection. On the other hand, negative ideology includes the values of non-ethic, non-function, and non-reflection. The quality of organizational change in schools is influenced by positive ideology through morphogenesis and effective implementation strategies. In contrast, the quality of organizational change in schools is influenced by negative ideology through morphostatics and ineffective implementation strategies. In order to achieve the purpose, the study uses the questionnaire method to collect data, choosing 105 out of 719 junior schools as samples through a stratified random sampling approach. Of 2500 questionnaires sent out, 1280 completed ones were obtained and studied. The Liseral model was then used to test research hypotheses. Based on the results, the study provides people with some suggestions.
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