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Abstract


The Relationship between Teachers' Organizational Image Perceptions and Their Level of Psychological Well-Being

This study aimed to explore the relationship between secondary school teachers’ organizational image perceptions and their level of psychological well-being. Correlational survey model method, which is a descriptive survey model, was used in the study. Study universe consisted of 1656 secondary school teachers employed in 12 Şubat District of Kahramanmaraş Province during 2016-2017 school year. Research sample was composed of 302 secondary school teachers selected from among the universe by using “Simple Random Sampling” method. “Organizational Image Perception Scale” developed by Gürbüz (2008) was utilized in the study along with “Psychological Well-being Scale” which was adapted into Turkish by Akın (2008). A low-level, linear and positive significant relationship was identified between secondary school teachers’ organizational image perceptions and their level of psychological well-being. It was determined that secondary school teachers’ level of organizational image perception and psychological well-being were high. In addition, findings indicate that while male and female teachers’ opinions on organizational image perceptions and psychological well - being were similar, their opinions on organizational image perceptions and psychological well - being differed according to seniority.



Keywords
Organizational image, psychological well-being, secondary school teachers



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