Sosyal Adalet Liderliği ve Okul İklimi Arasındaki İlişkiye Yönelik Öğrenci Görüşleri
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The purpose of this research is to examine the relationship between social justice leadership (SJL) and school climate according to the views of students studying in 9th grade at Anatolian High Schools, Anatolian Religious High Schools and Technical and Vocational Anatolian High Schools. In this context 396 students in total answered the questions on Social Justice Leadership Scale developed by Özdemir and Kütküt (2015) and School Climate Scale developed by Çalık and Kurt (2010). Before handing out the scales to the students, four demographical questions such as gender, school district, school type and family monthly income had been placed. The independent variable of the study is determined as social justice leadership and the dependent one is school climate. The relation between variables and demographical questions were analyzed through t-test and one-way ANOVA. To determine the students’ perceptions about the variables, mean and standard deviation techniques were used. Also, the correlation between the variables was analyzed through Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient. Multiple Regression Analysis was the technique used to define the impact of social justice leadership on school climate. The results have shown that the perceptions of students’ social justice leadership of school principals and school climate are midlevel. Perceived SJL and school climate differed according to demographic variables. Also, a positive, high, and statistically correlation is found between SJL and school climate. In addition to these, SJL is statistically found as a significant predictor of school climate in secondary schools.