Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict (Print ISSN: 1544-0508; Online ISSN: 1939-4691 )


Is the Psychological well-being outcome of Happiness and Self Esteem?

Author(s): Richa Banerjee, Subeer Banerjee, Shaifali Chauhan

Background: Many studies have been done to find out the factors of the psychological well being of teachers. The studies have been done to allying self-esteem and happiness, in the investigation we attempted to investigate the two factors self-esteem and happiness corresponding to the psychological well-being of educators. Aims: The study is a primary study that aims to analyze the psychological well being of the academicians. The study considered self-esteem and happiness which are predicting psychological wellbeing. Method: 113 female academicians and 127 male academicians were part of the study. The study used standardized questionnaires to measure the various construct of the study. The gathered data was subjected to internal consistency using Cronbach's alpha reliability measure. The three variables were checked against relationships between the variables with the help of SEM. Structural equation modeling was done with the help of Amos18 to analyse the relationship. Result: The results indicated that happiness, self-esteem affects psychological well being. Simultaneously self-esteem is not influencing happiness of academicians.

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