DETERMINANTS OF PERCEIVED DEFICIENCY OF AUTONOMY AMONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS'
Job autonomy found to be, as an important factor in job performance and in job satisfaction. However, the question whether permitted job autonomy is related to autonomy need of the employee is less investigated. This study was designed to find out the determinates of the perceived deficiency of autonomy of school administrators, (PDA). Grounded on an Israeli sample it was found, that a combination of sex, professional orientation and students' SES are the best predictors of the PDA (as criterion). The educational policy implication is that job autonomy may have an effect upon job performance and satisfaction only if it is matched with perceived need of autonomy.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1989-01-01
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