Examining teachers' motivation level according to school principals' humor styles

  title={Examining teachers' motivation level according to school principals' humor styles},
  author={Erg{\"u}n Recepoğlu and Ali Çağatay Kılınç and Osman Çepni},
  journal={Educational Research Review},
The purpose of this research is to examine the motivation level of teachers according to school principals' humor styles. The humor styles survey and job motivation scale were used to gather data from 305 randomly selected teachers employed in primary schools in Karabuk. Results indicated that 141 of the teachers claimed school principal had producer style of humor, 76 of them said that the principal had appreciator style of humor and 18 of them reported that school principal had reproducer… 
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