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Gökçe, Asiye Toker
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Toker Gökçe, Asiye, Mobbing at Workplace: A Study on Public And PrivateSchool Teachers and School Administrators, Ph. D. Thesis, Adviser: Prof. Dr.Ali Balcı. IX- 256 p.The aim of the present study was to determine mobbing, its frequency,perceived reasons and coping strategies to be used by teachers and schooladministrators in public and private elementary schools.The target population of the research which is screening modelcomprised of 35.502 public elementary schools, school administrators and367.895 teachers, and 614 private elementary schools, school administratorsand 16.109 teachers who worked there. The sample of this study consisted ofthe teachers (n=596) and school administrators (n=381) from public elementaryschools and the teachers (n=593) and school administrators (n=272) fromprivate elementary schools. The data were gathered through a questionnairedeveloped by the researcher. In addition to the questionnaires the researcherinterviewed with some of the mobbed teachers and the school administrators.The obtained data were analyzed using SPSS (Statistical Package forSocial Sciences). Means and standart deviations were used to analyze theitems involved in the mobbing behaviors, its reasons and the coping strategiesscales. T-test was utilized to analyze the data differences by school type, roleof victim, gender and branch factors. In additon, variance analysis (ANOVA)was used to analyze the data differences by age, professional experience, androle of perpetrator factors.The results of data analysis revealed that both the teachers and theschool administrators seem to be mobbed at times. There was not anydifference about the most encountered mobbing behaviors by school type.Interrupting him/her, and judging his/her job performance wrongly or in anoffending manner were the most encountered mobbing behaviors amongteachers and the school administrators. There was difference among mobbingbehaviors the teachers encountered by gender. Female teachers were mobbedby behaviors related to social relations and professional characters. On theother hand, male teachers were mobbed by more personal and violenceoriented behaviors. There was no difference among mobbing behaviors theteachers and the school administrators encountered by age. There was littledifference among mobbing behaviors the sample encountered by professionalexperience. Both the teachers and the school administrators were mobbed bythe school administrators. There was not any difference about the mobbingbehaviors the teachers encountered by branch. Both the teachers and theschool administrators believe in that victim?s personalty was the mostimportant reason for mobbing. While ?loyalty? was utilized frequently,?neglecting? was the very least used by the sample as coping strategy againstmobbing.