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Title: Burnout among esl universiti teknologi Malaysia educators
Authors: Syazwa Nabila Mohd Raidzuan
Farah Idayu Mohd Salleh
Rohaizan Ahmad
Zirawani Baharum
Keywords: Depersonalization (DP)
Emotional Exhaustion (EE)
Maslach Burnout Inventory-Education Survey (MBI-ES)
Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire (MSQ) and Reduced Personal Accomplishment (PA)
Issue Date: 1-Jun-2020
Publisher: Advance Scientific Research
Citation: Burnout Among Esl Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Educators. (2020). Journal of Critical Reviews, 7(08). doi:10.31838/jcr.07.08.11
Abstract: This purpose of this research is to investigate the issue of burnout among ESL educators in Universiti Teknologi Malaysia in terms of the three dimensions of burnout and its relationship with four selected demographic characteristics. Apart from that, the level of job satisfaction which is related to burnout was also examined with its relationship (general satisfaction) to all three levels of burnouts. The four selected demographic factors are age, marital status, health condition and academic rank were used as the variables. The three dimensions of burnout as cited in Maslach (1996, 2001) are emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and personal accomplishment. The respondents of this research consisted of total 17 ESL UTM practitioners who answered the questionnaire from Language Academy. The research is survey-correlational study with questionnaire is used as instrument. A number of statistical analyses were employed in order to analyze the data including descriptive statistics and Pearson Correlation. The results indicated that majority of the respondents experienced moderate level of burnout in all three Maslach's burnout dimensions (EE, DP and PA) with no significant relationship between all three dimensions with marital status, health condition and academic rank except for significant relationship between age and depersonalization dimension. Besides that, majority of ESL UTM practitioners experienced moderate level of job satisfaction and no significant relationship were found between general satisfaction sub-scale and all three burnout dimensions (EE, DP and PA).
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ISSN: 2394-5125
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