publication . Doctoral thesis . 2014

Pre-tenured Faculty Job Satisfaction: An Examination of Personal Fit, Institutional Fit and Faculty Work-life

Awando, Maxwell Omondi;
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  • Published: 02 May 2014
  • Publisher: Virginia Tech
  • Country: United States
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to explore job satisfaction among pre-tenured faculty. More specifically I was interested in examining demographic and personal fit factors, fit with the norms and values of the institution among pre-tenured faculty in different institutional types. The sample for the study included all pre-tenured faculty members who completed the COACHE 2009- 2010 job satisfaction survey. The COACHE survey was administered to pre-tenured faculty at 149 four-year colleges and universities in 2009-2010. The conceptual framework for this study is grounded in a modified version of the structural model of job satisfaction by Olsen et al., (1995). The ap...
Subjects
free text keywords: Job Satisfaction, Pre-tenured Faculty Members, Institutional Fit, Personal Fit, Work-life Balance, Multiple-regression
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