publication . Thesis

Going the extra mile: what does it mean for the male and female university teachers of Pakistan?

Batool, Noshaba;
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  • Country: Mauritius
Abstract
This thesis examines the subjective perceptions of the job activities of the university teachers with an aim to understand and differentiate between what is regarded as in-role tasks (i.e. prescribed or mandatory job behaviours) and what is regarded as extra-role tasks or Organizational citizenship behaviours OCB (Organ, 1988). In the recent past, OCB has gained a wide academic and organizational interest. With an emerging role of OCB in helping organizations to achieve various objectives, many researchers have focused on understanding the relationship of OCB with different determinants and consequences. However, most of the OCB-research has been confined to the...
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SECTION 1.2 Higher Education Sector of Pakistan: An Overview of Public and Private Sector Universities ...................................................................... 6 SECTION 1.3 1.3.1. Literature Review Chapters................................................................ 13 1.3.2. Methodology and Method Chapter ................................................... 14 1.3.3. Findings and Analysis Chapters.......................................................... 15 1.3.4. Discussion and Conclusions Chapter.................................................. 16 2.1.2. Is Teaching a Position or a Role: .................................................... 21 Positioning Theory Perspective on Teaching ............................................... 21 2.1.3.

Teachers' OCB towards their Colleagues .................................... 188 5.3.2.1. Exchange of Necessary Information / Teaching and Research Assistance 188 5.3.2.2. Assistance of Colleagues in their Teaching / Administrative Tasks Completion ....................................................................................... 192 5.3.3.

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