Investigation of Teacher Perception Levels of Organizational Cynicism and Organizational Loneliness
Forthcoming Issue Volume 8 Issue 3 (July 2023)
Seyfettin ABDURREZZAK Yalçın Varol YILDIZBAŞ Ramazan ÖZKUL Ümit DOĞANPages: 396-406 Download Count : 52 View Count: 144 DOI Number .
This research was conducted to determine the organizational cynicism and organizational loneliness perception levels of teachers in the distance education process. In the research, it was tried to determine whether the opinions of the teachers differed significantly according to gender, branch, marital status and professional seniority. In this context, the relational survey model was preferred as the research model. The population of the research consists of 3735 teachers working in Edirne province in the 2020-2021 academic year. The sample of the study consists of 324 teachers selected by easily accessible sampling method. Organizational Cynicism Scale and Loneliness at Work Scale were used to collect data. Descriptive statistics were made on the collected data. As a result of the research; it was determined that teachers' perceptions of organizational cynicism in the distance education process differed significantly according to gender, branch and professional seniority variables, but did not differ significantly according to the marital status variable. It was determined that teachers' organizational loneliness perceptions differed significantly according to gender, marital status and branch variables, but did not differ significantly according to professional seniority variable. It has been determined that there is a positive and moderate relationship between teachers' perceptions of organizational cynicism and organizational loneliness. Organizational cynicism was found to be a significant predictor of organizational loneliness. As a result of the research, the importance of supporting teachers' organizational cynicism and organizational loneliness perceptions with qualitative studies was emphasized especially in terms of better understanding in the distance education process.
- organizational cynicism
- organizational loneliness.