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The Relationship Between Cross-Cultural Competence and Emotional Burnout Syndrome of Teachers Working with Migrants
Abstract.This article is devoted to the description of the results of the author's research andn reveals particularities of the relationship between cross-cultural competence and emotional burnout syndrome of teachers working with migrants. The article contains a description of the phenomenon of burnout and cross-cultural competence of teachers. In his research Larin describes the results of his research that prove the relationship between the affective motivational component of cross-cultural competence of a teacher and the level of depersonalisation as well as the overall level of burnout. Within the framework of this research, the author carried out a survey that involved 64 teachers from 6 secondary schools. To analyze the level of emotional burnout, the author has used the MBI method. To analyze cross-cultural competence, the author has used an quick cross-cultural competence questionnaire offered by M. Chibisov, T. Ivanov, and M. Kornilov. At first sight, emotional burnout and cross-cultural competence of school teachers are two absolutely unrelated phenomena. However, a school teacher may have to work with migrant children which creates additional emotional stress. In its turn, this may affect the emotional state of a teacher and, as a consequence, the level of emotional burnout.
Keywords: educator, students, human migration, intercultural competence, cross-cultural communication, déformation professionnelle, burnout, school teacher, stress, depersonalization
Article was received:20-03-2018
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .