Mobbing in educational institutions

Mobbing is a factor which causes stress at work. Difference from other
stress factors is that side effects of mobbing are long-lasting. The
article gives a general explanation of mobbing, which is more common
in the modern business world, its scope, results, the characteristics of
those who use mobbing in educational institutions and those who use
it. At the same time, an attempt was made to determine how mobbing
affects educational institutions and why it is used. The method of
document analysis, which is a qualitative research, was used and it
was concluded that in educational institutions where mobbing is used,
teachers are not interested in lessons, the principle of loyalty to work
is violated, depression develops, and these negative situations are
reflected in the quality of education.

Keywords: Mobbing, education, teacher, principal, student

Azerbaijan Journal of Educational Studies is an academic journal founded by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan. The journal publishes original articles in the following areas of research: education management; educational philosophy and educational theory; education policy; curriculum; educational technologies; pedagogy; sociology of education; history of education; special education; teacher training; assessment, etc. The journal also includes reviews of books on education published in local and foreign publications.
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