March 25, 2016
The Relationship between, Psychological Well-Being and Occupational Self-Efficacy among Teachers in the City of Mysore, India
This study aimed at exploring the relationship between Occupational Self-Efficacy and psychological well-being among teachers in the city of Mysore, India. There are two major objectives of the study: to study the relationship between occupational self-efficacy and psychological well-being; and to investigate the effect of the variable of gender on occupational self-efficacy and psychological well-being. 600 teachers, from both Government and Private Schools, have been drowned by random sampling. A Spearman’s Correlation Coefficient and Mann Whitney’s U test have been applied to analyze hypotheses using SPSS version 20. The results of Spearman’s Correlation Coefficient indicated a positive and significant correlation between occupational self-efficacy and psychological well-being. The findings highlighted that, in the educational field, organizations should concentrate on teachers as a key element of the educated society; hence, they should concentrate on the psychological aspects of teachers’ personality. The study has also found that high self-efficacy and high psychological well-being are positively related; which in turn, could be considered in workplace in order to progress the productivity of educational outcomes. Finally, there was no significant effect of gender on both occupational self-efficacy and psychological well-being.
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© 2016 I F Salimirad, N Srimathi
How to cite this article:
F Salimirad, N Srimathi. (2016). The Relationship between, Psychological Well-Being and Occupational Self-Efficacy among Teachers in the City of Mysore, India. International Journal of Indian Psychology 3 (2), DOI: 10.25215/0302.037, DIP: 18.01.037/20160302
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Volume 03, Issue 2, January-March, 2016