Undesired Behaviors among the Heads of Academic Departments in the Southern Region Universities of Jordan from the Faculties View

Abstract

The study aimed at recognizing the level of undesired behaviors among the Heads of academic Departments in the southern region universities of Jordan from the faculties view. The sample consisted of (332) faculties chosen by stratified random method according to the two variables of university and college. The two researchers prepared a questionnaire for the purposes of the study validity and reliability were computed and the results were appropriate for the purpose of this study. Means, Standard deviations, ANOVA, and MANOVA were used for answering the questions. the results indicated that the level of   Undesired Behaviors Among the Heads of academic Departments in the Southern Region Universities of Jordan from the Faculties View was mid in general. All the domains also came mid. The administrative efficiency domain came in the first rank; whereas, the personal characteristics domain came in the last rank. The results indicated that there are no statistically significant differences for the level of  undesired Behaviors among the Heads of academic Departments in the universities attributed to the variables of university and college and to the interaction between them.

Keywords: Academic Departments, Jordan, Southern Universities, Undesired Behaviors


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