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Shabani Bahar G R, Talkhabi A. The Study of the Relationship between the Workaholism and the Work Life Quality of Physical Education Instructor of Universities in Iran. JRSM 2011; 1 (2) :57-67
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The main aim of this study was to find out the relationship between the workholism and the quality of work life among the physical education instructor throughout the country. This research included 264 physical education instructor in the universities belong   to Ministry of Sciences, Research and Technology of Iran. Of them, 163 persons have been chosen by simple random sample method based on kerjesy and Morgan table (1970). In order to collect the data, the work holism  questionnaire of Spence and Robbins(1992) with 0.82 reliability and the work life quality questionnaire of Walton with 0.80 reliability have been evaluated. In order to analyze the data,  in addition, workholism descriptive statistics, also the inferential statistics such as the Pearson correlation has been used. The results showed that %71 of masters had the work holism in the high rate, and %92 of them had the work life quality in the middle and good rate. Also, the results indicated that there was a significant relationship between the work holism and work life quality among the masters (r=0/535, p<0/01). Therefore, there is a direct relationship between the work addition and their social dependency and their total living atmosphere. In other words, one can say that the work holism can improve the workholism of masters in the university,  but it can create problems in their social dependency and their personal life.
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