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Title: Sources of teacher stress in Maltese primary schools
Authors: Borg, Mark G.
Falzon, Joseph M.
Keywords: Primary school teachers -- Malta
Primary school teachers -- Job stress -- Malta
Primary school teachers -- Job satisfaction -- Malta
Primary school teachers -- Mental health -- Malta
Issue Date: 1991
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Citation: Borg, M. G., & Falzon, J. M. (1991). Sources of teacher stress in Maltese primary schools. Research in Education, 46, 1-15.
Abstract: This study identifies the major sources of stress in Maltese state primary schools. The relationships between the sources of stress and self-reported teacher stress are investigated. Attention has been drawn in several studies to the sources of stress and job dissatisfaction among teachers at all levels of education. Although, as Kyriacou and Sutcliffe (1977) point out (in reporting Gross [1970] and Warr and Wall [1975]), there is a close association between sources of stress and sources of job dissatisfaction, this review will be restricted to studies which have focused on the sources of teacher stress. [excerpt]
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