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The study of the influences of leader-member exchange on teacher turnover intention: teacher job satisfaction as a mediator
Chen, Mei Hua
Wu, Cheng Ta
Chen, Mei Hua
teacher turnover intention
teacher job satisfaction
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This study aims to investigate the current development of the junior high school leader-member exchange, teacher job satisfaction, and teacher turnover intention in Taoyuan County, and to discuss the influ- ence of leader-member exchange and teacher job satisfaction on teacher turnover intention and to test whether teacher job satisfaction is a signi- ficant mediator or not.
The research process combines literature review and questionnaire method. Teachers in Taoyuan County public schools are the main survey subjects. Totally 450 questionnaires were distributed to schools, and 383 are valid, which the amount of usefulness is around 85.11%. The data is analyzed through the statistics method of factor analysis, reliability analy- sis, descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson product- moment correlation coefficient, multiple stepwise regression analysis and stepwise heirarchical regression analysis.
The findings of the study are follows:
1. Teachers in Taoyuan County public schools show median level of perception in leader-member exchange while “affect” is the highest, and “contribution” is the lowest.
2. Teachers in Taoyuan County public schools show median level of perception in teacher job satisfaction while “self-actualization” is the highest, and “work intensity/load” is the lowest.
3. Teachers in Taoyuan County public schools show low level of perception in teacher turnover intention.
4. Teachers with different background show different opinions in leader-member exchange, teacher job satisfaction, and teacher turnover intention.
5. The relations among leader-member exchange, teacher job satisfaction, and teacher turnover intention are significant.
6. Leader-member exchange and teacher job satisfaction show significant predictability to teacher turnover intention while “colleague relationship” is the highest.
7. Teacher job satisfaction functions as a significant mediator between leader-member exchange and teacher turnover intention.
According to the above conclusions, the research proposed relevant suggestions to be referenced by education administrative organizations, junior high school principals and teachers, and future researches.
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