Author(s): Onder DEMIR*
The aim of this research is to determine the effects of corporate governance perceptions of teachers working in primary education institutions on their organizational commitment.
The questionnaire form prepared in accordance with the purpose was applied to 152 teachers working in Beykoz district of Istanbul province who accepted the questionnaire application.
The survey results were analyzed in a computer environment using the SPSS 17.0 statistical package program. Frequency and percentage statistics were used to determine the descriptive characteristics of the teachers participating in the study, and mean and standard deviation statistics were used to determine corporate governance perceptions and organizational commitment levels. The relationships between teachers' perceptions of corporate governance and organizational commitment levels were examined by correlation analysis, and the dec of teachers' organizational commitment levels being affected by corporate governance perceptions was examined by regression analysis.
As a result of the research, it was determined that teachers have a high level of corporate governance perception and organizational commitment, attendance and emotional commitment levels are not affected by corporate governance perceptions, and normative commitment levels are positively affected. As teachers' perceptions of corporate governance increase, their level of normative commitment also increases.