Research on the Dispositional Optimism and Mental Resilience of Rural Primary School Teachers in the Naxi Area
Available Online May 2019.
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- Rural teachers; Dispositional optimism; Mental resilience; Naxi Area
- To do research on the dispositional optimism category and mental resilience of rural primary school teachers in the Naxi Area, a questionnaire survey was conducted against 4,193 rural primary school teachers by the means of dispositional optimism scale and mental resilience scale. For rural primary school teachers, an overall average score of the dispositional optimism was 21.03±2.92, while the total score of the mental resilience was 62.87±13.96. The total scores of the rural primary school teachers with various dispositional optimism were, with respect to the mental resilience: 67.29±12.50 for Typical Optimism Category, 55.20±13.48 for Typical Pessimism Category, 59.53±11.72 for Undefined Category, and 65.18±13.97 for Double Category. The dispositional optimism of the rural primary school teachers in the Naxi Area was slightly higher than the medium level, and there were four kinds of connection: Typical Optimism Category, Typical Pessimism Category, Undefined Category and Double Category. The mental resilience was close to be medium. There was a significant positive correlation between optimistic tendency and mental resilience, and the subscale. The rural primary school teachers with various dispositional optimistic categories have shown various mental resilience. The mental resilience level of the rural primary school teachers in Typical Optimism Category was the highest.
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TY - CONF AU - Changqing Li PY - 2019/05 DA - 2019/05 TI - Research on the Dispositional Optimism and Mental Resilience of Rural Primary School Teachers in the Naxi Area PB - Atlantis Press SP - 19 EP - 22 SN - 2352-5428 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icmete-19.2019.5 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icmete-19.2019.5 ID - Li2019/05 ER -