Prediction of Arab and Jewish secondary school teachers' job satisfaction from selected teachers' demographic characteristics and principal's leadership behavior variables as perceived by teachers in Israel

Younis, Baker


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Citation Formats
B. Younis, “Prediction of Arab and Jewish secondary school teachers’ job satisfaction from selected teachers’ demographic characteristics and principal’s leadership behavior variables as perceived by teachers in Israel,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1989.