عنوان مقاله [English]
One form of violence found in the educational institutions is the one directed at student by their teachers. Finding the extent to which such violence is widespread, this study investigates the different categories and the related causes of such violence. It is hypothesized that there is a correlation between teacher violence at school and job satisfaction, their tolerance, teaching skills, and legitimacy of violence in teachers' views. The sample population in this study consists of male and female first grade high school teachers in Marvdasht in 2013-2014, out of whom a hundred were randomly chosen. The criterion for categorization of teachers' violence is students' judgments. Out of a total of 858 questionnaires distributed, 431 were answered by boys and 427 by girls. The instruments were job satisfaction questionnaire, J.D.I, tolerance questionnaire, C.P.I, and other questionnaires related to teachers' beliefs in the legitimacy of violence and teaching skills. The result shows that there is a significant relationship between the degree of violence shown by teachers and their job satisfaction, tolerance and teaching skills with a correlation coefficient of (-0.01) on the other hand, the correlation between the degree of the violence and the legitimacy of violence in teachers' views and the degree of violence shown by them is positive with a correlation coefficient of (0.01).
Key words: violence, school. teacher, student