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EEO. 2010; 9(3): 875-883


The Effect Of Perceived School Safety On Prospective Teachers’ Anger Level

İbrahim H. ÇANKAYA,İ.Bakır ARABACI.

Abstract
The aim of this research, which is in a descriptive relational scanning model is to evaluate the effect of perceived school safety on prospective teachers’ anger level. The study research group in Educational Faculty of Fırat University who prospective teachers in the spring semester 2008-2009. İn research according to the random sampling method, questionnairies was distributed to prospective teachers (407) in the reaearch group and 248 surveys counted eligible have been assessed. According to results of the research is a reverse relationship between prospective teachers’ school safety perceived and level of anger. Prospective teachers’ school safety perceived is found to be meaningful to anger has been determined.

Key words: School Safety, Prospective Teacher , Anger.



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