International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Comparing Teachers' Citizenship Behavior in Public and Non-Profit Schools in Dorud County
Dr. Javad Mehrabi, Dr. Mehdi Babaei Ahari, Shahram Hasanvand, Mohammad Hasan Tanhaei

Objective: Comparing teachers' citizenship behavior in public and non-profit schools in Dorud County Methodology and research tools: Statistical population was equal to two-hundred eighty (280) persons that onehundred sixty two (162) persons were considered as sample volume based on statistical sampling. Teachers of public schools were one-hundred forty two persons and teachers of non-profit schools were twenty persons. Research methodology was descriptive. Podsakoff's citizenship behavior questionnaire, Allen and Mayer's organizational commitment questionnaire and Minnesota's job satisfaction questionnaire were used to collect data. Then results were exploited after analyzing by SPSS software. Findings: No difference was observed in comparing organizational citizenship behavior of teachers in public and non-profit elementary schools in Dorud County.
Conclusion: Three dimensions of organizational citizenship behavior, job satisfaction and organizational commitment of teachers of both groups (public and non-profit) were observed at a weak level.

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