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|Other Titles:||The Study on the Correlation between the Literacy of Human Rights Education and the Type of Power for Junior High School Teachers|
Department of Civil Education and Leadership, NTNU
The purposes of this study were aimed to examine the relationship between current literacy of human rights education and the types of power for junior high school teachers in NewTaipeiCity. The study is conducted with questionnaires based on literature review and related empirical studies, and 639 valid questionnaires. According to the answers given by the respondents, data were analyzed by chi-square test, multi-nominal logistic regression and canonical correlation. The main findings were summarized as follows: the type most frequently used by junior high school teachers in NewTaipeiCity is normative power type, followed by coercive power type, and the remunerative power type is the least. Multi-nominal logistic regression model analysis indicates that the teachers’ human rights education literacy has ample explanation to the type of teachers’ power. Teachers’ human rights education cognition can differentiate remunerative power type from normative power type, and their human rights education skills can differentiate remunerative power type from normative power type. The canonical loading reflect that teachers’ attitude on human rights education are the good predictors of their normative power type, teachers with lower human rights education cognition tend to have remunerative power type.
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