عنوان مقاله [English]
Considering the necessity of formulating a specific perceptual framework for the behavioral requirements of the university professors’ roles in Iran’s higher education system, the present study seeks to develop a contextualized model of the requirements of the Islamic university professors’ extra-teaching roles. In this study, a phenomenological research method was used to help understand the participant’s lived experience. The study population consisted of the faculty members at Ferdowsi University, Mashad, who had at the minimum an associate professor degree and 10 years of work experience. The purposeful sampling method was followed by a semi-structured interview, and finally the adequacy of the sample with 13 samples was confirmed after data saturation and replication of the findings. The findings of the analyzed data through conventional content analysis method showed that the model of extra-teaching role behaviors consisted of 3 dimensions and 10 components. The dimensions included the role of moral authority, the role of social work advisory, and the role of empowerment. It is worth mentioning that the model clustering was confirmed according to statistical analysis by two-sentence test.
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