Bu çalışmanın amacı, deneyim, hizmet öncesi ve hizmet içi eğitim, mentörlük, tazminat ve ek ödemeler ve sosyal hizmetlerden duyulan memnuniyetin örgüte yönelik toplumsallaşma ile göreve yönelik toplumsallaşmayı ne düzeyde yordadığını ortaya koymaktır. Bu amaca yönelik olarak çalışma ilişkisel bir çalışma olarak desenlenmiş ve uyarlanan bir ölçek Ankara’da bulunan dört devlet üniversitesinin İngilizce hazırlık okullarında çalışan toplam 228 öğretim elemanına uygulanmıştır. Elde edilen verilerle yapılan doğrusal regresyon analizi sonuçları hizmet öncesi eğitim, tazminat ve ek ödemelerden duyulan memnuniyet ve sosyal hizmetlerden duyulan memnuniyetin hem örgüte hem de göreve yönelik toplumsallaşma için anlamlı bir yordayıcılar olduğunu göstermiştir. Elde edilen bulgular yükseköğretimin genel özellikleri ile Türkiye’de yükseköğretimin yapılandırılması ve işleyişi bağlamında tartışılmıştır.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the predictive value of experience, satisfaction from preservice and in-service training, satisfaction from mentoring, satisfaction from compensations and social benefits for both organizational and task socialization. For this purpose, the study was designed as a correlational study and an adapted scale was administered to 228 instructors working in English preparatory schools of four public universities in Ankara. The results of study showed that satisfaction from pre-service training, compensations and social services are significant predictors for both organizational and task socialization. The results were interpreted according to the general qualities of higher education and specific structural and functional characteristics of higher education in Turkey.
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