Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10419/119311
Authors: 
Eulenberger, Jörg
Year of Publication: 
2015
Series/Report no.: 
SOEPpapers on Multidisciplinary Panel Data Research 788
Abstract: 
Im Rahmen der Studie "Verbleib und berufliche Orientierung von sächsischen Lehramtsabsolvent_innen in Sachsen (VEBOLAS)" wurde anhand der SOEP-Daten geprüft, inwiefern die nicht repräsentative Stichprobe von VEBOLAS bezüglich der Persönlichkeitsmerkmale (Big-Five) verzerrt ist. Dies wurde nötig, weil die Befundlage zu den Persönlichkeitsdimensionen Neurotizismus, Extraversion, Offenheit, Verträglichkeit und Gewissenhaftigkeit im Kontext der Forschung zum Lehrer_innenberuf als sehr uneinheitlich einzuschätzen war. Neben der Erkenntnis, dass die VEBOLAS-Daten keiner prinzipiellen Verzerrung bezüglich der Persönlichkeitsmerkmale unterliegen, konnten die Befunde von Mayr und Eder, welche die größten Unterschiede zwischen Personen im Lehrer_innenkontext bei der Dimension Offenheit konstatierten, anhand einer repräsentativen Stichprobe repliziert werden.
Abstract (Translated): 
Based on SOEP- data the survey results of "Career and Occupational Orientation of Teacher Graduates in Saxony" have been rechecked regarding validation concerns. Paraphrased: a non-representative sample of traits (Big Five) has been examined to eliminate possible bias. This step has become necessary due to a variety of different results concerning the traits neuroticism, extraversion, openness, agreeableness and conscientiousness in the research field of teaching profession. As a major finding, there is no evidence of any relevant bias within the study's data. In addition results of Eder (2008) and Mayr (2009) have been confirmed, who found the most relevant distinction within the trait openness, when matching a group teachers to a reference sample.Based on SOEP- data the survey results of "Career and Occupational Orientation of Teacher Graduates in Saxony" have been rechecked regarding validation concerns. Paraphrased: a non-representative sample of traits (Big Five) has been examined to eliminate possible bias. This step has become necessary due to a variety of different results concerning the traits neuroticism, extraversion, openness, agreeableness and conscientiousness in the research field of teaching profession. As a major finding, there is no evidence of any relevant bias within the study's data. In addition results of Eder (2008) and Mayr (2009) have been confirmed, who found the most relevant distinction within the trait openness, when matching a group teachers to a reference sample.
Subjects: 
research on teaching profession
transition research
transition from education to work
Research on traits in personality
Forschung zum Lehrer_innenberuf
Übergangsforschung
Übergang Studium - Beruf
Forschung zu Persönlichkeitsmerkmalen
Document Type: 
Working Paper

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