Ankara'daki Üniversite Ve Halk Kütüphanelerinde Çalışan Kütüphanecilerin İş Doyumları Üzerine Bir Araştırma
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Job satisfaction, which signifi es an individual’s happiness in his/her occupation, is a multidimensional case that aff ects success and productivity at work, in general terms and in the fi eld of librarianship. This article off ers primarily general information on job satisfaction and librarianship-based theoretical information. It also evaluates the conclusions of a questionnaire and off ers related suggestions The research focused on the librarians employed at university and public libraries in Ankara. A questionnaire was administered in May 2009 to 69 university librarians and 20 others employed by public libraries, bringing the total to 89 professional men and women. The questionnaire has been based on the Spector’s “Job Satisfaction Survey”. According to the conclusions that may be derived from the research, no meaningful diff erence can be discerned, in statistical terms, within the frame of work satisfaction between those working in the university and public libraries. However, due to certain factors within the scope of job satisfaction, signifi cant dissimilarities have been detected among librarians.