Ideální a reálná odpovědnost z pohledu zástupců ředitelů škol

Variant title
Vice-principals' perceptions of ideal and actual responsibility
Source document: Studia paedagogica. 2010, vol. 15, iss. 2, pp. [105]-125
Extent
[105]-125
  • ISSN
    1803-7437 (print)
    2336-4521 (online)
Type
Article
Language
Czech
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Abstract(s)
V textu prezentujeme některé z výsledků empirického šetření zaměřeného na kariérní aspirace zástupců ředitelů škol v Hongkongu v souvislosti s jejich pracovními povinnostmi a profesní spokojeností. Jedním z cílů výzkumu bylo z jistit, jakým způsobem může nepoměr mezi reálnými pracovními povinnostmi zástupců ředitelů hongkongských škol a jejich představami o ideální pracovní náplni ovlivnit jejich další kariérní aspirace. Výzkum jsme koncipovali jako dotazníkové šetření reprezentativního výběru zástupců ředitelů středních škol v Hongkongu. Analýza získaných dat ukázala zásadní rozdíly mezi reálným a ideálním pracovním zapojením zástupců ředitelů ve všech sledovaných oblastech. Tyto rozdíly v textu vysvětlujeme a dále diskutujeme v souvislosti s dalšími faktory.
This text presents some of the results of an empirical research aimed at career aspirations of the vice–principals of Hong Kong's schools, considering their work duties and professional satisfaction. One of the objectives was to explore the manner in which the disparity between realistic work duties and the thoughts about ideal work contents can affect career aspirations. The reasearch [i.e. research] was conceived as a questionnaire survey of a representative sample of secondary school vice-principals. The analysis of the obtained data shows large differences between real and ideal work involvement. Such differences are explained in detail and discussed in relation with other factors.
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