Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
The current study investigated the relationship between supervision, job satisfaction, and burnout among live-in and live-on Housing and Residence Life professionals. The literature review consists of empirical research for each construct presented (supervision, job satisfaction, and burnout). The study sample consisted of live-in and live-on Housing and Residence Life professionals employed at colleges and universities across the United States and abroad. Multiple regression and Multivariate analyses were used to answer specific research questions. Results confirmed that there was a statistically significant relationship between supervision, job satisfaction, and burnout. Findings are thoroughly reviewed and compared to previous research in the field. Lastly, implications are presented along with ideas for future research directions.
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Reed, Tracy Latonya, "The Relationship between Supervision, Job Satisfaction, and Burnout among Live-In and Live-On Housing and Residence Life Professionals" (2015). LSU Doctoral Dissertations. 1036.