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Mikropolitika školy a její vliv na práci učitele

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Title in English School Micropolitics and its impact on teacher's work


Year of publication 2010
Type Chapter of a book
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Faculty of Arts

Description The structure of the school follows the existence of groups that have great autonomy, and each with different proportions of its operation. Groups can be divided as follows: 1 hierarchical division (management versus teachers), 2 subject (first versus second degree, science versus humanities), 3 space (cabinets) and 4 age (young versus old teacher). Humanities, science and philological subjects at school for example, have the same status as art, music and physical education, which are viewed as marginal or less important. The text will be used for an interpretation theory relating to power, but also to politics. Processes occurring in the area of school can pretty well describe the analysis of political and mikropolitických context (Blase 1995). Micropolitical look at the school allows the meetings to consult teachers as strategies and tactics to lead to safeguard the interests of individuals or groups. This angle leads throughout the empirical analysis which is a central part of the next text.
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