عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of teacher's violence on positive and negative academic emotions and school anxiety. It was a descriptive-correlation research. The research population included all second cycle high school students in Sarbāz city (Sistān and Baluchestān province) in the academic year 2021-2022 (N=1910). The research sample consisted of 320 students who were selected through random stratified sampling (by gender and field of study). Also, the research instruments consisted of teacher violence scale (Piskin et al., 2014), class- related emotion scales (Pekrun, 2005) and school anxiety scale (Phillips,1978). Kolmogorov-Smirnov tests, Pearson correlation coefficient, Durbin-Watson and path analysis were used to analyze the data, using SPSS (Version 16) and Smart PLS (version 2) softwares. Findings showed that teacher's violence has a negative effect on positive academic emotions (pride, pleasure and hope) and has a positive effect on negative academic emotions (shame, anxiety, hopelessness, boredom, anger) and school anxiety (test anxiety, fear of assertiveness, lack of confidence). Considering the results, holding in-service training workshops for teachers in the areas of familiarity with children's natural rights, anger management, compassion and forgiveness towards others is recommended.