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Scirj Volume VI, Issue III, March 2018 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

THE BURNOUT ANTECEDENT MODEL EXTENSION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES TO THE LECTURER JOB SATISFACTION LEVEL IN PRIVATE COLLEGES, AMBON

Eduard Yohannis Tamaela, Herman Surijadi

Abstract: This study aims to examine and to analyze about the effect of role conflict, work overload and intrinsic motivation against burn-out, the effect of role conflict, intrinsic motivation, work overload and burn-out against the level of job satisfaction, and whether intrinsic motivation affects directly to the role conflict or not. This research includes explanatory research conducted in six (6) private colleges (PTS) in Ambon with quantitative method (survey). Using questionnaires as instrument for data collection and probability sampling method and multistage cluster sampling technique to select samples, we obtained samples of 102 lecturers. The results of hypothesis testing through confirmatory factor analysis and path analysis showed that; intrinsic and motivation overload of work proved significant effect on burn-out while a conflict does not affect the role of burn-out. Other results showed that intrinsic motivation, conflict role and work burn-out proved significant effect on the level of job satisfaction while work overload does not affect the level of job satisfaction. Moreover, motivation intrinsic has proved significant influence to the role conflict.

Reference this Paper: THE BURNOUT ANTECEDENT MODEL EXTENSION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES TO THE LECTURER JOB SATISFACTION LEVEL IN PRIVATE COLLEGES, AMBON by Eduard Yohannis Tamaela, Herman Surijadi published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume VI, Issue III, March 2018 Edition, Page 36-60 ".

Search Terms: Role Conflict, Intrinsic Motivation, Work Overload, Burn-out, Job Satisfaction

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