International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies

Volume 8 - Issue 1 (2) | PP: 27 - 40 Language : العربية
DOI : https://doi.org/DOI:10.31559/EPS2020.8.1.2
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Levels of burnout and their relationship to the levels of academic advising size among the female Faculty members

Nawal Hamid Mohammed Hamid
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
15/2/2020 4/3/2020 23/3/2020 11/8/2020
Abstract
This research aims to identify the levels of burnout in its various dimensions among female Faculty members in the Faculty of Science and Arts in Rafha at Northern Border University, and identify the significance of the correlation between the levels of each burnout dimension and the size of academic advising. The study also intends to identify the predictive ability of academic advising size levels in relation to the levels of burnout dimensions among female faculty members. The research sample consisted of (57) female faculty members, at a rate of (75%) of the research population. The researcher used a descriptive method and prepared a preliminary data form. To achieve the research objectives, Maslach (1986) scale (which translated by Al-Battal, 2000) was used and applied to the sample in its final form, and the psychometric properties were confirmed in the current research population. The research reached the following results:1- Burnout prevails in its various dimensions, at medium and high levels among female faculty members. 2- The presence of a statistically significant correlation between the levels of burnout in its various dimensions among female faculty members and the size of academic advising. 3- The higher levels of academic advising have statistically significant predictive ability at the different dimension’s levels of burnout.


How To Cite This Article
Hamid , N. H. M. (2020). Levels of burnout and their relationship to the levels of academic advising size among the female Faculty members . International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies, 8 (1), 27-40, https://doi.org/DOI:10.31559/EPS2020.8.1.2

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