Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 4(9), pp. 2209 - 2217
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2016.040933
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The Effect of Terrorist Incidents on the Occupational Attitude of Teachers

Ahmet Üstün *
Department of Educational Sciences, Education Faculty, Amasya University, Turkey


This study examined how many terrorist incidents affected the teachers' occupational attitude by the variables of gender, marital status, birthplace, the term of employment and occupational status with "the effect of terrorist incidents on the occupational attitude of the teacher" scale. In this study, descriptive scanning method among quantitative research methods was employed. The sample of the research was determined by the simple random sampling selection among the probabilistic sampling choices, and it consisted of 116 teachers who served in Bulanık district of Muş Province during the 2015-2016 academic year. In the analysis of the data, arithmetic mean, frequency, percentage, t-test, ANOVA and Turkey tests were employed. The levels of being affected by terrorist incidents in the occupational sense of the teachers who participated in the study were found to be at the medium level. While significant differences were not observed according to the gender, marital status and occupational status of the teachers, significant differences were determined according to their birthplaces and term of employment. As a result of the study, it was suggested to provide in-service training to improve the occupational attitudes of the teachers serving in a terror zone in the positive direction.

Attitude, Occupation, Teacher, Terror

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[1] Ahmet Üstün , "The Effect of Terrorist Incidents on the Occupational Attitude of Teachers," Universal Journal of Educational Research, Vol. 4, No. 9, pp. 2209 - 2217, 2016. DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2016.040933.

(b). APA Format:
Ahmet Üstün (2016). The Effect of Terrorist Incidents on the Occupational Attitude of Teachers. Universal Journal of Educational Research, 4(9), 2209 - 2217. DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2016.040933.