Levels and Sources of Work Stress Among Women School Teachers
01 Aug, 2003
15 Nov, 2003
31 Dec, 2003
The purpose of this study was to find out and compare levels and sources of work stress in women school teachers. The sample consisted of 100 women school teachers from primary and secondary schools of Islamabad. Levels and sources of work stress were measured by Teacher Stress Inventory (TSI-Urdu, Hanif, & Pervez, 2003). The analysis of data reveals that women teachers of secondary schools displayed high levels of stress as compared to primary school teachers. The significant difference was also found on sources of stress between secondary and primary school teachers. It was found that secondary school teachers show more stress. The difference was also significant between government and private school teachers. It was found that government school teachers show more stress. The comparison was also made on some demographic variables and it was found that teachers with more job experience, more number of students in a class show more stress.
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