The Relationship between Five Factor Personalities and Alienation to Work of Nurses in Teaching and Research Hospitals
Esinderya Alomeroglu 1 * , Salih Guney 1, Mustafa Sundu 2, Okan Yasar 2, Salim Akyurek 3
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1 Istanbul Aydin University, TURKEY2 Beykent University, TURKEY3 Final International University, NORTH CYPRUS* Corresponding Author

This article has been presented in ICES 2017 - International Conference on Environmental Sciences & Educational Studies.
This article belongs to the special issue "Interdisciplinary Research on the Environmental Education, Educational Studies in Sustainability & Instructional Technologies and Designs".


The aim of this research is to analyze the relations between personality traits and work alienation. This cross-sectional was carried out among nurses who work in teaching and research hospitals. A total of 600 (547 women/53 men) people participated in the study. The “Personal Information Form” was developed by the researcher, the “Work Alienation Scale” developed by Mottaz (1981), The “Five Factor Personality Features Scale” developed by John et al (1991), were also used. These are applied to the nurses which form the sample of the research. In the evaluation of the data; frequency analysis, correlation analysis, structural regression and path analysis were used. In the neurotic personality of personality traits of nurses had an influence on dimension of meaninglessness of work alienation and five other personality traits were found to have no significant effect on work alienation.


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Article Type: Research Article

EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, 2018, Volume 14, Issue 1, 117-122

Publication date: 01 Nov 2017

Online publication date: 27 Sep 2017

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