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Sources of occupational stress for teachers, with specific reference to the inclusive education module in the Western Cape
(University of the Western Cape, 2005)
The aim of this paper was to identify the sources of stress for teachers involved with inclusive education as well as whether there is a statistically significant difference in stress experienced by teachers based on their ...
Work-family conflict among women from a collectivistic culture
(University of the Western Cape, 2010)
This study investigated how Work-Family Conflict was related to Role Salience and Job level (investigated in terms of the amount of job demand and job control associated with different job levels) among women from a ...
The relationship between occupational stress and job satisfaction amongst high school teachers in the North Metropole district in the Western Cape
(University of the Western Cape, 2012)
Numerous studies have evaluated occupational stress and job satisfaction of teachers in South Africa (Jackson & Rothmann, 2006; Olivier & Venter, 2003; Steyn & Kamper, 2006; Rothmann & Coetzee, 2006; Schulze & Steyn, 2007; ...
The relationship between emotional intelligence and self-efficacy amongst teachers in the Western Cape
This study focused on the relationship between emotional intelligence (EI) and self-efficacy amongst teachers in the Western Cape. Teachers are often emotionally overwhelmed by having to meet the demands and expectations ...
The relationship between stress factors and workplace outcomes amongst educators in the Western Cape province
(University of the Western cape, 2016)
Quality education is regarded as a powerful tool in ensuring the economic, democratic and social development of nations (Kubberud, Helland & Smith, 1999). To deliver quality education, well functioning teachers are needed ...
The influence of servant leadership on trust, psychological empowerment, job satisfaction and organisational citizenship behaviour on a selected sample of teachers in the Western Cape Province
(University of the Western Cape, 2016)
School principals and teachers play a vital role of imparting the important skills required for successful learning performance and further education and training (Mahembe & Engelbrecht, 2013). Teachers are responsible for ...