Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 6(12), pp. 2841 - 2845
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2018.061218
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Effect of the Mobbing Perceptions of Physical Education and Sports Teachers on the Organizational Commitment Levels


Mustafa Vural *, Alper Tunga Peker
Department of Physical education and Sports, Ağrı İbrahim Çeçen University, Ağrı, Turkey

ABSTRACT

This research is conducted for the purpose of determining the effect of mobbing perceptions of physical education and sports teachers on the organizational commitments within the province Ağrı and its counties. In the research, a method for descriptive survey and relational survey intended to find out the present state, was used. The group of the research was consisted of total 248 physical education and sports teachers working in the different schools located at the province Ağrı and its counties in 2017-2018 education period. Organizational commitment scale of 18 items developed by Meyer and Allen (1991) and adapted into Turkish by Baysal and Paksoy (1999), "Negative Acts Questionnaire" Scale (NAQ) developed by Einarsen and Raknes (1997) and adapted into Turkish by Cemaloğlu (2007) and personal information form developed by the researcher were used for the research data. It was utilized from the Spearman Correlation (r) coefficient technique for finding out the correlation between the negative acts questionnaire scale (mobbing) and organizational commitment dimensions of teachers who participated into the research. The effect between the dependent and independent variables of the research was tested by the regression analysis. At the end of the research, it was found that there is a high-level of positive relation between the general organizational commitments and organizational commitment sub-dimensions of the physical education and sports teachers. It was concluded that the mobbing perceptions affected the organizational commitment levels significantly. The negative acts affect the organization commitment negatively at low level and changes occurred in the commitment is explained at about 6% rate. It was seen that the negative acts had a negative effect on the organizational commitment and it was found that mobbing practice affected the teachers' commitment to their schools negatively.

KEYWORDS
Physical Education and Sports, Mobbing, Organizational Commitment, Psychological Violence, Negative Act

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Mustafa Vural , Alper Tunga Peker . "Effect of the Mobbing Perceptions of Physical Education and Sports Teachers on the Organizational Commitment Levels." Universal Journal of Educational Research 6.12 (2018) 2841 - 2845. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2018.061218.