Location and Gender Differences in Deviant Behavior among Primary School Teachers

Muhamamd Sarwar, Riffat-un-Nisa Awan, Muhammad Alam, Muhammad Nadeem Anwar

Abstract


Any behavior that does not conform to social organizational norms is considered deviant. Observing school
timings, teaching classes regularly and behaving properly with students and colleagues are basic school norms.
This study was conducted to test whether there is any deviation in organizational, interpersonal, behavior, among
rural-urban male-female primary school teachers. The results revealed higher organizational deviations among
primary school teachers as compared to interpersonal deviation. Male teachers show greater degree of deviation.
The remedial measures demand incentives (performance based promotion), motivation, appreciation, proper
monitoring system and training facilities.


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