Egyptian Revolution and Its Impact on Work Values Among A Sample of Teachers in Assiut Governorate

Ahmed Kamal Abd Elwahab ElBahnasawy

Abstract


This study aims to identify the difference on work values and its constituent dimensions according to some variables: study sample (first sample immediately after the revolution, second sample 3 years after the revolution), gender (male and female), urban vs. rural, and interactions between these variables among a sample of teachers in Assuit. Sample of the study (N= 1121) includes male and female teachers (first sample N= 641, second sample N=480). Results show significant differences between the two samples in management, setting, supervision relations, life styles, safety, autonomy, multiplicity, economic return and general work values on behalf of the first sample. However differences in altruism and status were recorded for the second sample. Gender differences were found only in management dimension for male teachers. No significant differences were found either due to rural vs. urban place of living, or the interaction between gender and place of living. Yet, significant differences were found due to the interaction between the two samples and gender on the general score of values and some of the dimensions (safety, status, autonomy and multiplicity).

 


Keywords


Egyptian Revolution, Values of Work, Teachers.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24200/jass.vol7iss2pp373-394

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