High diploma students’ perceptions of justice and its correlation with organisational commitment

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Fathi Mohsen Shamma
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8999-6083
Reem Al-Zu’bi
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7464-0815

Abstract

This study reveals the correlations between high diploma student’s perceptions of the level of organisational justice exhibited by Jordanian school principals and their own level of organisational commitment. To achieve these objectives, the researchers employed a descriptive correlation design. A 44-item questionnaire comprising four fields was administered to a sample of (354) high diploma students working as teachers in (15) public schools. The results show there is evidence of perceived justice and a high level of commitment among teachers; additionally, it identified a strong connection between teachers’ commitment and all aspects of organisational justice. These findings have implications for Jordanian school administration; accordingly, the researchers propose relevant recommendations for further investigation.


 


Keywords: organisational justice (OJ); organisational commitment (OC); high diploma.

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Shamma, F., & Al-Zu’bi, R. (2020). High diploma students’ perceptions of justice and its correlation with organisational commitment. Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences, 15(4), 854 - 869. https://doi.org/10.18844/cjes.v15i4.5064
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