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Difficulties at Work and Coping Strategies of Two Directors of New Private Daycare Centers
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This study investigates the job responsibilities, difficulties at work, and coping strategies of two directors of new private daycare centers. In depth-interview and participant observation was made for data collection. The findings are as follows: 1. The responsibilities of the directors of private daycare centers can be divided into four categories: general administration, teaching, nursing, and public relations. The responsibilities in teaching and nursing can be very different for these two directors as a result of their different educational philosophy and organi-zation of the institution. 2. The two directors have common difficulties and dilemmas at work, which include recruiting problem, personnel issues, and problems in curriculum and teaching. The personnel issues are the most problematic. 3. The common coping strategies of the two directors are looking for support groups increasing income and decreasing expenditure, requesting and encouraging cooperation from faculty members. As to the two issues of improving the quality of teaching and in-creasing the enrollment of new students, the two directors hold different views because of their different philosophy and author-ity. Key words: new private daycare center, working difficulty, cop-ing strategy
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