Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Educational Theory, Policy, and Practice
The current study investigated the relationship between burnout, wellness, and altruistic motivation of entry level, live in and live on residence life staff. The literature review consists of empirical research for each construct presented (burnout, wellness, and altruism). The study sampled utilized were live-in and live on full time, entry level residence life personnel employed at predominately white public and private institutions in the southeastern part of the United States. Multiple regression analysis was used answer specific research questions. Results confirmed that there was no relationship existed between constructs; however findings do suggest burnout of residence life staff. Results are thoroughly reviewed and compared to other research. Lastly implications are presented.
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Vaughn, Erin Coquese, "Assessing Altruistic Behavior, Burnout, and Wellness Outcomes of Entry Level, Live-in and Live on Residence Life Professionals" (2013). LSU Doctoral Dissertations. 1866.