Indonesian teachers’ emotional exhaustion and commitment to teaching: A correlational study

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Basilius Redan Werang
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2675-2887
Seli Marlina Radja Leba
Anak Agung Gede Agung
Mozes Markus Wullur
Berlinda Setyo Yunarti
Sandra Ingried Asaloei

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This study intends to explain whether or not emotional exhaustion and organisational commitment of Catholic primary school teachers in Merauke regency correlate prospectively. This study was guided by one research question: ‘Does the Catholic primary school teachers’ emotional exhaustion and organisational commitment correlate significantly negatively?’ To answer the research question, two survey questionnaires were disseminated to 157 teachers. Employing the SPSS programme version 21, the study shown a significant negative correlation among the surveyed research variables. The findings may be authoritative for the Catholic primary school leaders and the Chief of the Catholic Foundation for Education in Merauke regency, Indonesia, to take major efforts to eliminate emotional exhaustion of teachers in order to foster the organisational commitment of teachers at the Catholic primary schools to teaching the youth.


Keywords: emotional exhaustion, primary school, organisational commitment, teacher

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Werang, B. R., Leba , S. M. R., Agung , A. A. G. ., Wullur , M. M. ., Yunarti , B. S., & Asaloei , S. I. (2021). Indonesian teachers’ emotional exhaustion and commitment to teaching: A correlational study. Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences, 16(2), 522–531. https://doi.org/10.18844/cjes.v16i2.5631
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