Pomluvy jako mikropolitická strategie učitelů základní školy

Variant title
Gossip as basic school teachers' micro-political strategy
Source document: Studia paedagogica. 2009, vol. 14, iss. 1, pp. [87]-108
Extent
[87]-108
  • ISSN
    1803-7437 (print)
    2336-4521 (online)
Type
Article
Language
Czech
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Abstract(s)
Text se zabývá pomluvami v prostředí základní školy. V první části textu je vymezen problém pomluv a fám, ve druhé jsou popsány výsledky empirického zkoumání učitelů expertů. Závěry jsou podloženy empirickým zkoumáním zkušených učitelů, expertů, s použitím kvalitativního přístupu, narativního a biografického designu. Především je řešena otázka, jak pomluvy ovlivňují práci učitele experta, jeho identitu a pozici ve škole. Pomluvy ve škole nejsou vnímány jako nahodilé jevy, ale jako mikropolitická strategie používaná učiteli k získání vlivu a ochrany.
This text deals with gossip in basic schools. Once clarified various forms of gossip and rumours, the author describes the outcome of an empirical research with expert teachers. The results are based on a research of experienced teachers, using the qualitative approach and the narrative and biographical designs. The study primarily comments on how gossip can influence the expert teacher's work and his/her identity and position within the school. As such, school gossip is not considered as a random phenomenon but rather a micro-political strategy used by teachers to gain influence and protection.
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