Analysis of Music Teachers’ Job Satisfaction and COVID-19 Anxiety Levels

Volkan Burak Kibici
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Abstract


It is aimed in this study to examine the job satisfaction and virus contagion concerns of music teachers in terms of certain variables during the COVID-19 process. Based on the correlational and causal comparison method in the research, music teachers' job satisfaction and contagion concerns during the COVID-19 process were compared according to the variables of gender, age and type of school they work. Besides, the relationship between music teachers' job satisfaction and contagion anxiety was explained with relational screening method. The sample of the study consists of 236 music teachers working in Konya, Karaman and Aksaray and determined by random sampling method. Minnesota Job Satisfaction and COVID-19 Anxiety scales were used to collect the research data. According to the research findings, job satisfaction of music teachers during the COVID-19 process differs according to gender, age and school type. Also, a negative relationship was found between COVID-19 anxiety and job satisfaction. Based on the results of the research, suggestions were made to increase the job satisfaction of music teachers and reduce their anxiety during the COVID-19 process.

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COVID-19, Music teacher, Job satisfaction, COVID anxiety, Demographic factors

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Kibici, V. B. (2021). Analysis of music teachers’ job satisfaction and COVID-19 anxiety levels. International Journal on Social and Education Sciences (IJonSES), 3(4), 752-767. https://doi.org/10.46328/ijonses.275




DOI: https://doi.org/10.46328/ijonses.275

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