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Aydoğan İ. (2013). “Evaluation of School Administrator’s Life Quality in Terms of Some Certain Variables”, Education and Science, vol.38, pp.327-335.

Bu çalışmada okul yöneticilerinin, cinsiyet ve ekonomik durumlarına göre yaşam kalitesi ve benlik saygısı düzeylerinin değişip değişmediği incelenmiştir. Araştırmada veriler ölçeklerle toplanmıştır. Araştırma sonucunda, sosyal ve çevre alt boyutlarında yaşam kalitesinin erkek yöneticilerde daha yüksek görüldüğü, bedensel, ruhsal ve benlik saygısı boyutlarında cinsiyetler arası farklılığın oluşmadığı gözlenmiştir. Öte yandan ekonomik durumu iyi olan yöneticilerin yaşam kalitesinin de yüksek olduğu gözlenmiştir. Aynı zamanda benlik saygısı ile yaşam kalite arasında pozitif bir korelasyon olduğu ortaya çıkmıştır. Devamını Oku…

Aydoğan İ. (2013). “Eğitim ve Tarih Ekseninde Sosyal Bilinci ve Sosyal Bilinçaltıyı Oluşturmak”, Belleten, pp.303-316.

İnsan ve insanın oluşturduğu kurum ve kuruluşlar, öncesine göre biçim alan bir özelliğe sahiptir. İnsanın yaşamı anne-babası, büyük babalan, kardeşleri, birincil, ikincil akrabalarla çevrelenmekte, bunun kimisi kalıtım yoluyla özelliklerini aktarırken, diğerleri hem kalıtsal hem de çevresel olarak etkilerini insana aktarmaktadır. Böylece insan, kendisinden öncekiler tarafından çerçevesi belirlenmiş (kalıtım özelliği), birlikte oldukları kişiler tarafından ise içeriği doldurulmuş (anne-baba ve çevrenin yetiştirmesi yoluyla) bir özellikte, öteki insanlarla uyum veya mücadele ederek yaşamını sürdürmektedir. Devamını Oku…

 

Aydoğan İ. (2012). “The Existence of Favoritism in Organizations”, Afrıcan Journal of Busıness Management, vol.6, pp.4577-4586.

The aim of this study is to determine if favoritism exists in Turkish universities and, if so, to clarify its type and to present the views of faculty members regarding the reasons for favoritism. This is a descriptive study and its population consists of the faculty members of Turkish universities. The study was carried out by obtaining the views of 385 faculty members who were randomly chosen.  A scale was developed as a data collection tool. According to the data obtained through this study, it can be asserted that favoritism exists in the following academic areas in universities: the assignments of deans, directors, head of departments; the selection  of teaching staff for academic activities; the supplying of teaching materials to faculties and colleges; deciding on the level of course loads of faculty members; in academic promotions; lack of effective communication with some teaching staff; the opening of new departments and establishing new units; and in the forming of faculty boards. Devamını Oku…

Aydoğan İ. (2009). “An Evaluation of The Materialization of The Latent Functions of Education According To Student Perceptions”, Education, vol.129.

The problem of the study centers on determining the level to which such latent functions of education are materialized for university graduates. The study was conducted on a total of 231 graduate students undertaking a thesis or non-thesis Master’s degree at Erciyes University School of Social Sciences. Data was collected by using a questionnaire developed by the researcher. It included 24 items belonging to 5 factors effective in determining the latent functions of education. The findings of the present study show that educational institutions are partially successful in creating peaceful life conditions, providing a higher social status and eliminating negative attitudes and behaviors. However, the findings show that universities are not equally effective in forming a network of friends and social contacts and meeting future marital partners, suggesting that educational institutions are unable to meet these latent functions. Devamını Oku…

Aydoğan İ., Doğan A., Bayram N. (2009). “Burnout Among Turkish High School Teachers Working In Turkey And Abroad: A Comparative Study”, Journal of Research in Educatıonal Psychology, vol.7.

The purpose of this study was to examine perceived levels of burnout among Turkish high school teachers working in Turkey and abroad.  A total of 255 Turkish teachers working at public schools in Germany (n=78), Cy-prus (n=94) and Turkey (n=83) comprised our study group. In Germany and Cyprus, the par-ticipants were selected from different public high schools in different cities where Turkish teachers taught the Turkish language. In Turkey, the participants were all teachers in one pub-lic high school. Participation was voluntary. Participants filled out questionnaires anony-mously. Burnout was measured using the Shirom-Melamed Burnout Measure. Devamını Oku…

Aydoğan İ. (2008). “Favoritism In The Classroom: A Study On Turkish Schools “, Journal of Instructional Psychology, vol.35.

Favoritism is among the most popular topics in educational institutions. Teachers are said to favor certain students över others at school and especially in their classes. Despite this popularity, there are very few studies on this topic. In Turkey, discussion of the topic does not go beyond newspaper articles. This study was therefore undertaken to establish the perceptions of Turkish high school students as to vvhether their teachers vvere engaged in favoritism. A total of 896 high school students vvere contacted for their opinions. Data was collected through questionnaires and analyzed with respect to students’ gender, economic status and academic success. Devamını Oku…

Aydoğan İ. (2009). Favoritism in The Turkish Educational System: Nepotism, Cronyism And Patronage, Educational Policy Analysis and Strategic Research, vol.4.

In almost all systems there have been unethical behaviors that take place in written and visual media. Of all these unethical behaviors, favoritism takes precedence. This study was conducted to investigate whether or not the administrators favor some people in the Turkish national education system and also to reveal the teachers’ thoughts on whether or not the administrators (central, provincial, and school administrators) show favoritism in their decisions and practices. In the study, a scale was constructed to collect data, and its validity and reliability were checked. After a group of teachers tested the scale, the results indicated that the teachers tend to believe that central, provincial and school administrators are partial in favor of some people in the Turkish national education system. Devamını Oku…

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