THE EFFECT OF COMMUNICATION AND DYSFUNCTIONAL CONFLICT ON TEACHER JOB SATISFACTION OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS IN WANEA DISTRICT MANADO

Authors

  • Jeane Marie Tulung
  • Olivia Wuwung
  • Alrik Lapian
  • Heldy Rogahang
  • Subaedah Luma
  • Jhoni Lagun Siang

Abstract

The objective of this research is to obtain information concerning to the effect of
communication and dysfunctional conflict toward job satisfaction of the teachers in Junior
High School in Wanea District Manado. The research was conducted by using survey method
with path analysis in testing hyphotesis. In this research, 106 from 208 teacher of schools
selected random sampling. The research was focused on three aspect; communication and
dysfunctional conflict toward teachers job satisfaction. The data were collected with
questionnaire and analyzed with path analysis. Result on the analysis it is concluded that (1)
there the positive direct effect of communication toward job satisfaction, (2) there is negative
direct effect of dysfunctional conflict toward job satisfaction and (3) there is negative direct
effect of communication toward dysfunctional conflict.

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Published

2020-11-14

How to Cite

Jeane Marie Tulung, Olivia Wuwung, Alrik Lapian, Heldy Rogahang, Subaedah Luma, & Jhoni Lagun Siang. (2020). THE EFFECT OF COMMUNICATION AND DYSFUNCTIONAL CONFLICT ON TEACHER JOB SATISFACTION OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS IN WANEA DISTRICT MANADO. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(4), 290-305. Retrieved from http://palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/291