The level of the organizational socializational of the primary school teachers
The process of socialization is important for the teachers to be integrated to the educational system and acting in accordance with the system values, norm and attitudes. In this study, the levels of the organizational socialization of primary school teachers have been examined. The population of the study organized as a relational descriptive survey consists of 364 teachers. In the study, Organizational Socialization Scale (Kartal, 2003) and a form prepared for determining the personal characteristics of the teachers were used in order to collect the data. Since the obtained data did not have normal distribution, nonparametric tests were used for the analysis. According to the results of the study, it was observed that the levels of organizational socialization of primary school teachers were higher in the sub dimensions of job satisfaction, motivation, organizational commitment and acceptance. Furthermore, the level of organizational socialization of teachers has no statistically significant differences in related to their gender, marital status and working period in recent school at the all sub-dimensions, but it is seen that the more seniority of teachers increases the more the level of organizational socialization increases and the more education level of teachers' increases, the more the level of organizational socialization decreases.
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