The Relationship between Religiousness and Organizational Citizenship Behavior among the Teachers of Abeyek City (IRAN)
Mohmmad Hossein Khani1, Mohammad Yekke Fallah2, Hasan Ghasemi3
1 PHD student of Science Academy of Tajikistan
2 Master of General Psychology Assistant professors Faculty of psychology Islamic Azad University of Karaj (Iran)
3 Bachelor of Clinical Psychology
Abstract: Religion is a concept interwoven in human society and is present is most aspects of life. The purpose here is to examine this issue of whether religious teachings can potentially explain numerous organizational behavior outcome factors or not. Disregarding obligations set in job description, a pious individual considers philanthropy, helping people, and fulfilling the affairs of clients as his/her religious and humanitarian responsibilities. Organizational citizenship behavior is a set of voluntary and spontaneous behaviors not included in one’s job description, yet they are undertaken by the individual and improve work procedures and organizational roles. In this paper, after collecting the data from the samples under study, research’s findings were analyzed based on various descriptive and inferential statistical methods in the form of analytical tables and using SPSS software. Finally, considering the results from statistical tests, the content is summarized and conclusions are made.
[Mohmmad Hossein Khani, Mohammad Yekke Fallah, Hasan Ghasemi. The Relationship between Religiousness and Organizational Citizenship Behavior among the Teachers of Abeyek City (IRAN). J Am Sci 2013;9(3):304-310]. (ISSN: 1545-1003). http://www.jofamericanscience.org. 42
Keywords: religiousness-organizational citizenship behavior-spirituality-Islamic work ethics. Full Text 42