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The purpose of this paper is to investigate the relationship between organizational socialization and role outputs of novice teachers. 293 teachers in Tehran who had 0 to 5 years teaching experience were all selected as sample in 1390. To collect data, Jone's questionnaire of organizational socialization and role outputs questionnaires were used. To obtain the validity of the questionnaire, the experts' views were asked and the reliability was calculated as 0.73 using Cronbach alpha. To describe the data we used descriptive statistics (median, mean, Percentage, etc.) and to analyze the data we used inferential statistics (Pearson correlation coefficient). The SPSS software was also used for data analysis. The results showed that there was a significant relationship between role outputs of teachers and organizational socialization, a positive relationship between organizational socialization and role Orientation, and a negative relationship between role conflict and role ambiguity and organizational socialization. These results indicated the importance of socialization in educational centers. The necessity of this process is more felt when it will lead to the ultimate goal of an educational system that is students learning.
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