Survey of the Relationship between Organizational Silence and Organizational Commitment of Junior Secondary and Senior Teachers of Azna City


  •  Roqieh Qazelvand    
  •  Badri Shahtalebi    

Abstract

The present study has been done in descriptive methodology of the correlation sort with the aim of investigating the relationship between organizational silence and commitment of the high school teachers in Junior secondary and senior schools in the city of Azna. The statistical community of this investigation includes all 312 teachers of the mentioned city from which the number of 175 persons has been chosen through Kukran sample formula and according to classified accidental sample proportionate with the capacity of the community. The tools for gathering data were three questionnaires. i.e., organizational silence (Vakula & Buradas, 2005) with 23 questions and organizational commitment of Allen and Mey (1991) with 24 questions whose content and formal fluency was confirmed by several responders and a few statistical communities and their credit was provided as 0.90, 0.92, by Koronbach Alfa coefficient respectively. The analysis of the data has been done in two levels of descriptive and conceptual statistic through Pierson’s correlation coefficient. The findings of the analysis of the investigation questions showed that there is a negative meaningful relationship between the organizational silence and its dimensions with organizational commitment.



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  • Issn(Print): 1918-7173
  • Issn(Onlne): 1918-7181
  • Started: 2009
  • Frequency: quarterly

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