Influence of demograpgic profiles on teacher stress: a study on high school teachers
Sheeraz Ayoub Kuchy, Dr. T Thilagavathy
In the present study the investigator attempted to measure the level of teacher stress experienced by high school teachers and to find out whether there is any significant association between various demographic variables (Gender, Marital Status, School Management and School Locality) and the level of teacher stress among high school teachers. Normative survey method was adopted by the investigator for the present study. The sample of the study includes 324 high school teachers selected through stratified random sampling technique from various high schools located in Kulgam district of Jammu and Kashmir state. Teacher stress scale (TSS) developed by the investigator (2016) was used to collect data from the respondents. For statistical treatment of the data, the investigator applied frequency, percentage and chi-square test by keeping in view the objectives of the study. Findings of the study revealed that the majority i.e. 143 (44.13%) of the high school teachers had average level of teacher stress, 109 (33.65 %) had low level of teacher stress and the remaining 72 (22.22 %) had high level of teacher stress. Further the findings revealed that there was significant association between the level of teacher stress and the various demographic variables selected for the present study.
Sheeraz Ayoub Kuchy, Dr. T Thilagavathy. Influence of demograpgic profiles on teacher stress: a study on high school teachers. International Journal of Advanced Research and Development, Volume 3, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 574-577