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ERIC Number: ED014801
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 227
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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THE ATTITUDES OF CERTIFICATED INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL TOWARD PROFESSIONAL NEGOTIATION AND "SANCTIONS."
CARLTON, PATRICK W.
BASED ON A 71 PERCENT RESPONSE FROM A SELECTED SAMPLE OF NORTH CAROLINA PRINCIPALS AND TEACHERS (345 MALE PRINCIPALS, 117 FEMALE PRINCIPALS, 399 MALE TEACHERS, AND 388 FEMALE TEACHERS), A STUDY WAS MADE OF EDUCATORS' ATTITUDES TOWARD THREE COMPONENTS OF COLLECTIVE ACTION--COLLECTIVE NEGOTIATION, SANCTIONS, AND STRIKES. LIKERT-TYPE SCALES WERE DEVELOPED TO MEASURE ATTITUDINAL SETS OF THE FOUR GROUPS OF EDUCATORS TO EACH OF THE THREE COMPONENTS. STATISTICAL ANALYSES, PRIMARILY BY TWO-WAY ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE AND PEARSON PRODUCT-MOMENT CORRELATION, CONFIRMED THE STUDY'S TWO MAJOR HYPOTHESES--(1) MALE EDUCATORS ARE MORE FAVORABLY INCLINED THAN FEMALE EDUCATORS TOWARD COLLECTIVE TEACHER ACTION, INCLUDING NEGOTIATIONS, SANCTIONS, AND STRIKES, AND (2) CLASSROOM TEACHERS ARE MORE FAVORABLY INCLINED THAN PRINCIPALS TOWARD TEACHER COLLECTIVE ACTION, INCLUDING COLLECTIVE NEGOTIATIONS, SANCTIONS, AND STRIKES. RELATED FACTORS ANALYZED INCLUDED THE PERIOD OF EDUCATOR'S RESIDENCE IN THE STATE, EDUCATIONAL LEVEL, TYPE OF SCHOOL UNIT IN WHICH EMPLOYED, SIZE OF TOWN, LENGTH OF EXPERIENCE, LEVEL AT WHICH EMPLOYED, AND LEVEL OF CERTIFICATION. ANALYSIS INDICATED A SIGNIFICANTLY POSITIVE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COLLECTIVE NEGOTIATIONS AND THE PHILOSOPHICAL ORIENTATION OF EDUCATORS ON A PROGRESSIVISM-TRADITIONALISM CONTINUUM BUT ONLY MINIMAL CORRELATIONS OF PHILOSOPHICAL ORIENTATION WITH SANCTIONS AND STRIKES. (JK)
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Authoring Institution: Oregon Univ., Eugene. Center for Advanced Study of Educational Administration.
Identifiers: NORTH CAROLINA; Oregon (Eugene)