Organizational Commitment of Female Lecturers in higher institutions of learning in Uganda: Its nature and determinant factors 1975-1993
"The study is intended to achieve the following objectives: (a)To find out whether personal variables influence organizational commitment of female academic staff in higher institutions of learning in Uganda. (b) To find out whether job satisfaction and Protestant work ethics could influence organizational commitment of females, at the tertiary level of the teaching service. (c) To find out whether situation variables will influence the organizational commitment of females in the higher echelons of the teaching service. (d) To find out whether role variables of professionalism and volume of work could influence organizational commitment among the female academic staff in the higher institutions of learning. (e) And to assess levels of organizational commitment among the female and male lecturers in general in Uganda’s higher educational institutions and suggest programs that could improve organizational commitment and hence reduce turnover and brain drain."