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The research aimed to investigate ethical leadership level which affects to career advancement and academic performance of instructors of the Western group of Ratjabhat Universities in the quantitative approach. The samples were 233 instructors of Ratjabhat Universities. Simple Sampling was used to select the samples. The statistical techniques including descriptive statistics and the structural equation model were used to test the hypothesis and analyze path analysis.
According to the result, ethical leadership affecting to career advancement and academic performance of the instructors in the Western group of Ratjabhat Universities found that ethical leadership directly affecting to academic performance of the instructors had statistical significance as the hypothesis mentioned. Ethical leadership directly affecting to career advancement of the instructors had statistical significance as the hypothesis mentioned. Moreover, ethical leadership indirectly affecting to academic performance through career advancement of the instructors had statistical significance as hypothesis mentioned. The analysis of coefficient prediction (R2) of structural equation model was found that both ethical leadership and career advancement could describe that the variance of academic performance was 41 percent.
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