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McCormick, John; Barnett, Kerry – International Journal of Educational Management, 2011
Purpose: It may be argued that some shared psychological mechanisms (attribution) and structures (schemas) are likely to play a role in how individuals perceive stress. This paper seeks to propose and test some hypothesised relationships between stress attribution domains and burnout dimensions. Design/methodology/approach: The participants were…
Descriptors: Teacher Burnout, Factor Analysis, Foreign Countries, Stress Variables
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De Nobile, John J.; McCormick, John – International Journal of Educational Management, 2008
Purpose: This study's purpose is to examine the relationships between the biographical characteristics gender, age, years of experience and employment position, and job satisfaction of staff members in Catholic primary schools. Design/methodology/approach: Survey data were collected from 356 staff members from Catholic primary schools. Research…
Descriptors: Employment Level, Job Satisfaction, Multivariate Analysis, Elementary Education
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Zhao, Jingsong; McCormick, John; Hoekman, Katherine – International Journal of Educational Management, 2008
Purpose: This article aims to explore how self-efficacy is related to academic research activities and how intra-culturally relevant factors may play a role in self-efficacy in the context of higher education in Beijing. In particular, relationships of self-efficacy for research with research productivity and idiocentrism-allocentrism are to be…
Descriptors: Productivity, Self Efficacy, Social Sciences, Factor Analysis
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Alavi, Seyyed Babak; McCormick, John – International Journal of Educational Management, 2004
It has been argued that some management theories and models may not be universal and are based on some cultural assumptions. It is argued in this paper that the effectiveness of applying the Learning Organization (LO) model in school contexts across different countries may be associated with cultural differences such as individualism,…
Descriptors: Models, Systems Approach, Cognitive Structures, Mastery Learning