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Volume :41 Issue : 2 2013      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Job Alienation and its Relationship to Somatoform Disorder and Psychological Burnout among a Sample of Expatriate's Teachers

Auther : Abd Elmotaleb Abd El Kader

This study aims to examine job alienation and its relationship to Somatoform disorder and Psychological burnout among a sample of expatriate's teachers. The sample of the study was composed of (120) teachers, including (69) male, aged between 35-45 (age average of 43.1), with a standard deviation of 6.1, and (51) female of an age averag of 36, with a standard deviatin of 6.4, aged between 32 and 54. The age average of the entire sample was 40.1, with a standard deviation of 7.1, aged between 32 and 54. The sample was selected from schools Ahmadi Governorate.
The researcher used three instruments, the first one was scale of Maslash Psychological burnout; the second a list of Cornel new aspects of neuroticism and Somatoform disorder, and the third was the scale of job alienation. The results showed male teachers to report a higher score on some dimensions of Psychological burnout than famela teachers. A positive correlation between job alienation and Psychological burnout was detected; as well as a positive correlation between job alienation and Somatoform disorder. The Psychological burnout and Somatoform disorder are good predictors of job alienation and explain 40% of the dependant variable discrepancies (job alienation). A positive correlation between job alienation and Psychological burnout was detected; as well as a positive correlation between job alienation and Somatoform disorder. Other significant differences were noted on the Psychological Burnout scale attributed to the health status among the healthy. No statistically significant differences on the Psychological Burnout were noted which could be attributed to gender or gender-health status correlation. Significant differences were identified on the Psychological Burnout scale in favor of married participants who had their families living with them. No significant differences on the participants who had their families living with them. No significant differences on the Psychological Burnout scale were spotted attributed to a correlation between social status and accompanying family.
Keywords: Job alienation, Psychological burnout, Somatoform disorder.

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