Education Journal



Teacher Burnout: Relations with Stress, Personality, and Social Support

1991.第19卷第1期(Vol. 19 No. 1).pp. 3–11

 

Teacher Burnout: Relations with Stress, Personality, and Social Support

教師耗失與壓力、人格及社際支持的關係

Kim-Wan MO(巫劍雲)

Abstract

This study examined the relationship of occupational stress, Type A personality, and social support with the three aspects of teacher burnout, emotional exhaustion depersonalization, and personal accomplishment. Teachers who were single, of graduate status, and with fewer years of teaching experience had a higher level of burnout. Moreover, teachers experiencing more stress, lacking in social support were more burned out. Personality type was found to exert both a main and buffering effects on burnout. Type A teachers were less burned out and less adversely affected by the harmful effects of stress. Ways to cope with stress were also suggested to help alleviate teacher burnout.

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