A STUDY OF TEACHERS' BURNOUT IN RELATION TO ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIORS AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE
This study sought to explain the relationship ofteachers 'burnout with organizational citizenship behaviors and teaching experience. The Maslash Burnout Inventožy was used to assess teachers ' burnout on the basis ofthree dimensions, which are the components ofchronic occupational stress. Oganizational citizenship behaviors was assessed in terms offive dimensions and an instrument was developed and piloted in order to measure teachers 'organizational citizenship behaviors. Results indicated thatfemale teachers scored higher than males on certain components ofburnout and also experienced more overall burnout than males. Females scored higher than males on certain dimensions of organizational citizenship behaviors than males and also engaged in more organizational citizenship behaviors than males.