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Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Dwyer, Sharon K.
URN etd-09082012-040050
Title The home satisfaction and work satisfaction of home economics teachers in Virginia
Degree Master of Science
Department Vocational and Technical Education
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Burge, Penny L. Committee Chair
Crunkilton, John R. Committee Member
Stewart, Daisy L. Committee Member
Keywords
  • Families
Date of Defense 1989-05-05
Availability restricted
Abstract

Home satisfaction, work satisfaction and the presence or absence of children were quantitatively assessed using responses from 132 Virginia vocational home economics teachers. Analysis of variance was used to examine whether home satisfaction and the presence or absence of children made a significant difference in work satisfaction. Those items which teachers found most and least satisfying in both their work and home situations were also identified. The analysis of variance found that mean home satisfaction scores made a significant difference upon work satisfaction, while the presence or absence of children did not. The interaction of home satisfaction and children made no significant difference. Home and family items teachers identified as being most satisfying were personal habits, housing, health of family members, and personal health. Those least satisfying were amount of time for self! division of household duties, time together as a family, and family schedule. Aspects which were the most satisfying at work were amount of commuting time, amount of control over job, opportunity to work independently, and friendships at work. Those which were least satisfying were flexibility of work schedule, opportunities for advancement, salary, and meal and break times. Overall, this group of vocational home economics teachers indicated a high level of satisfaction with work and home life.

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