Teacher Burnout and Self Esteem in Tangerang’s Junior High School Teachers

Rilla Sovitriana, Agus Djoko Santosa, Febi Hendrayani

Abstract


This study aims to test the theoretical model of social support, job satisfaction and interpersonal communication’s influence to burnout, with self-esteem as the mediator in junior high school teachers in South Tangerang. The total respondents were 287 teachers in South Tangerang area. The study is using purposive sample, with non-probability sampling. Data analysis is using SEM (Structural Equation Model) Lisrel (Linear Structural Relationship) program 8.72. The hypothesis concludes "theoretical model of social support, job satisfaction and interpersonal communication’s influence to burnout with self-esteem as mediator, fit with empirical data. Practical suggestion is, teachers should obtain social support, job satisfaction and interpersonal communication to avoid the burnout.

Keywords: Teacher Burnout, Social Support, Job Satisfaction, Interpersonal Communication and Self-esteem

JEL Classifications: A21, I21, I25

DOI: https://doi.org/10.32479/irmm.7641


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