EFFECTS OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR, PERCEIVED SELF EFFICACY AND STATE ANXIETY ON BURNOUT AMONG STUDENT UNION LEADERS IN NIGERIAN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS
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Keywords

Aggressive Behaviour, Perceived Self Efficacy, State Anxiety, Burnout, youth restiveness

How to Cite

Hammed T. Ayo. (2021). EFFECTS OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR, PERCEIVED SELF EFFICACY AND STATE ANXIETY ON BURNOUT AMONG STUDENT UNION LEADERS IN NIGERIAN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS. African Journal of Educational Management, 13(2). Retrieved from http://journals.ui.edu.ng/index.php/ajem/article/view/216

Abstract

The study investigated aggressive Behaviour, Perceived Self Efficacy and State Anxiety as they influence burnout among students’ union leaders in tertiary institutions in Nigeria. It was conducted using the survey research design. One hundred and fifty (150) participants (students’ union leaders) were randomly selected from three tertiary institutions in Abuja. The sample population consisted of both males and females from diverse educational and socio-cultural background and experience. Their age range was 18-25 years of age. Two research questions were answered using multiple regression analysis. The findings showed that there were combined significant effects of the independent variables on burnout of the students’ union leaders who participated in the study. Also there was significant effect of each of the independent variables on the students’ union leaders’ burnout. The implications were discussed therein.

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