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Original Research Article

Administrative empowerment and its relationship to job satisfaction for workers in sports clubs in the State of Palestine

1Omar Nasrallah Qashta


1Al-Aqsa University, Department of Physical and Sports Education, Palestine.

Author’s Email:omar.qshta(at)yahoo.com

Omar Nasrallah Qashta


Article Number: IJEPRR.20.023  |   Pages: 215-227  |   Vol. 7 (6), December 2020   |   DOI: https://doi.org/10.15739/IJEPRR.20.023

 Received: November 12, 2020  Accepted: December 10, 2020  Published: December 23, 2020

Abstract

The study aimed to identify the relationship of administrative empowerment with job satisfaction of a sample of workers in sports clubs in the State of Palestine, in addition to identifying the difference in administrative empowerment and job satisfaction according to the gender and administrative level variables. To achieve this, the researcher used a questionnaire of (administrative empowerment) and (job satisfaction) from the researcher’s numbers, as a tool for collecting data and information. The study sample consisted of (397) workers in sports clubs in the State of Palestine. The results of the study showed that the calculated (Ca2) value is greater than the tabular value (9.49). For all statements related to the two questionnaires, where the calculated value of (Ca2) ranged between (20.92: 266.11). Which shows a lack of agreement in the opinions of the study sample on all the statements, and as the results indicated that there is a positive statistically significant correlation at the level (0.01) between administrative empowerment and job satisfaction, and the responses of the study sample are similar in the questionnaire of job satisfaction and gender, as well as the administrative level of sports clubs in the research sample, The opinions of the research sample do not differ in the administrative empowerment questionnaire or the job satisfaction questionnaire, depending on the administrative level within the sports clubs of the research sample.

Keywords:

Administrative Empowerment, job satisfaction.

How to Cite this Article

Qashta ON (2020). Administrative empowerment and its relationship to job satisfaction for workers in sports clubs in the State of Palestine.Int. J. Educ. Pol. Res. Rev. 7 (6):215-227.

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