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ERIC Number: EJ1175432
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2018
Pages: 8
Abstractor: As Provided
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-2332-3205
Perspectives of Teacher Candidates on the Statements Related to Effect of Politics on Lecturers and Educational Administrators' Competence of Ensuring Unity
Demirel, Ihsan Nuri
Universal Journal of Educational Research, v6 n4 p803-810 2018
This study aims to find out the attitude of teacher candidates of Agri I.Ç. University Faculty of Education who study at the Department of Elementary Turkish Education to the statements related to effect of politics on lecturers and educational administrators' competence of ensuring unity. A-) The statements accepted as effect of politics on lecturers that consisting following statements: Lecturers work without being influenced by dominant politic powers, lecturers don't think the students who have high political activity as superior to the other students, lecturers work without being influenced by the political views of their principals, lecturers work without bestowing privilege on the students who are on the side of local politic powers, lecturers assess the students who don't share the same politic views with them objectively. B-) The statements related to educational administrators' competence of ensuring unity that consisting following statements: Educational administrators don't discriminate between the people who work at their service, educational administrators don't appoint the people with whom they have consensus on the same political views with certain authorities, educational administrators don't favour the unqualified employees who have the same political view with them, educational administrators don't prevent qualified employees who don't have the same political view from getting promotion, educational administrators do everything in their power to make all the employees who have different political view unified. A survey which includes questions related to A-) effect of politics on lecturers and B-) educational administrators' competence of ensuring unity are conducted to determine the attitudes of teacher candidates towards A-) effect of politics on lecturers and B-) educational administrators' competence of ensuring unity. Research sampling consists of 121 teacher candidates of Agri I.Ç. University Faculty of Education who study at the Department of Elementary Turkish Education. According to findings of the research teacher candidates have answered the questions containing information on A-) The Statements Related to Effect of Politics on Lecturers and B-) The Statements Related to Educational Administrators' Competence of Ensuring Unity with variable rates. The findings make it possible to come to that conclusion that teacher candidates have responded to scale which is reliable according to its Cronbach's Alpha value (a = 0.91) in varying ratios as given in Field [5].
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
Education Level: Higher Education
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Turkey