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Original Article 초등교사의 직무환경과 직무열의 및 심리적 소진의 관계에서 직무스트레스 대처방식의 조절효과
The Moderating Effect of Teachers' Stress Management in Relation to Work Environment with Job Engagement and Burnout Respectively
Bo Ram Kim, Young Sook Park
STRESS 2012;20(3):199-208
Published online: September 30, 2012
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이화여자대학교 교육대학원 교육학과 상담심리 전공

The Graduate School of Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea

The purpose of the study was to examine the environmental effects of teacher burnout and job engagement, and identify whether teachers' stress management plays a moderating role that affects burnout and job engagement. The subjects of the study were 178 teachers of 9 elementary schools teachers who work in Incheon. The results were summarized as follows; First, negative work environments effected burnout and job engagement. Teachers in negative work environments suffered from higher burnout rates, whereas those in positive work environments resulted in higher job engagement rates. Second, teachers with effective stress management strategies and those with aversive stress management strategies differed in burnout rates. Those that were able to effectively manage stressful situations had lower burnout rates. Also those with effective stress management strategies had higher levels of job engagement. Third, teachers with effective stress management strategies played a moderating role between work environment and burnout. It gives us the opportunity to think about the usefulness of effective stress management strategies, and the need for curriculum development for university level education programs or teachers' seminars in this area. (Korean J Str Res 2012;20:199∼208)

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