Teachers' Perceptions of Mobbing, Organizational Justice, and Organizational Silence and Interrelatedness


Kiranli Gungor S., Potuk A.

HACETTEPE UNIVERSITESI EGITIM FAKULTESI DERGISI-HACETTEPE UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF EDUCATION, vol.33, no.3, pp.723-742, 2018 (Journal Indexed in ESCI) identifier identifier

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 33 Issue: 3
  • Publication Date: 2018
  • Doi Number: 10.16986/huje.2018036553
  • Title of Journal : HACETTEPE UNIVERSITESI EGITIM FAKULTESI DERGISI-HACETTEPE UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF EDUCATION
  • Page Numbers: pp.723-742

Abstract

The aim of this study states that interrelatedness of teachers' perceptions of mobbing, organizational justice, and organizational silence and that variable regression analysis each other. In the study, the form of demographic information, Ehi (2011) mobbing scale, Gurpinar (2006) organizational justice scale and Erdogan (2011) organizational silence scale have been used. In 2016-2017 educational years, 842 teachers have taken part in the study. It has been found that teachers in the study have low-level mobbing perception in all dimensions and they have high level organizational justice perception in all dimensions. Also, they have low level defensive soundness, silence and accepted silence level; they have high level soundness and silence for the organization weal; they have midlevel accepted silence and general organizational silence level. In the study, it has been obtained that mobbing has meaningful effect on organizational justice and organizational silence level and organizational justice has meaningful effect on organizational silence level. It has been concluded that increasing of the teachers' mobbing perception reduce organizational justice perception; increases organizational silence level. Also, decreasing organizational justice perception causes to increase organizational silence level. Suggestions have been made for preserving and improving the positive results of the teachers' current mobbing, organizational justice and organizational silence levels.