Comparison between Kuwaiti and Egyptian teachers in Type A behavior and job satisfaction: A cross-cultural study

Owied S. Al-Mashaan1
1Kuwait University, Kuwait
Cite this article:  Al-Mashaan, O. (2003). Comparison between Kuwaiti and Egyptian teachers in Type A behavior and job satisfaction: A cross-cultural study. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 31, 523-534.

Volume 31 Issue 5 | e1268 | Published: August 2003 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.2003.31.5.523

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This study investigates the differences between males and females on the one hand, and between Egyptian and Kuwaiti teachers on the other. It also aims to examine the correlation between Type A behavior and job satisfaction. The sample consists of 406 teachers (109 females and 279 males; 253 Kuwaiti, 153 Egyptian). Tools used in this study are: Scales of Type A behavior (Abdel-Khalek & Chukry, 1991), job satisfaction (Cooper, Sloan, & Williams, 1998). Results reveal that there are no significant differences between males and females in Type A behavior, however there are significant differences between males and females in job satisfaction, organization structure, and satisfaction of organizational process. Results also reveal a significant difference between Kuwaiti and Egyptian teachers in the research variables. In addition to the above, results indicate significant positive correlations between Type A behavior and job satisfaction.
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