Relationships Of High School Sdutent’ Subjective Well-being And School Burnout
The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship of school burnout and subjective well-being for high school students. The study group included a total of 373 high school students [188 female (50.4 %) and 185 male (49.6 %)] aged from 14-17 in the 2010-2011 academic year in three regions of Ankara (Cebeci, Keçiören and Pursaklar). Secondary School Burnout Scale and Life Satisfaction Scale were used in the study. In addition to descriptive statistics, data analyzed with regressions. Findings indicated that as students’ loss of interest to school and burnout emanated from family increased, their subjective well-being levels were decreased. Regression results pointed out that the following variables were significantly related to motivation to class engagement: Loss of interest to school and burnout emanated from family.