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|Other Titles:||The Transformation of Childhood: A Study of Preschool Teachers' Professional Role Formation from a Biographical Perspective|
Department od Education, NTNU
This research project's purpose was to characterize the professional disposition of preschool teachers. It examined the oral biographies of preschool teachers in order to analyze the relationship between their childhood experiences and their professional role formation. The method of data collection was the narrative interview; the method of data analysis was based on the theory of construction analysis. Thus far the findings indicate that these teachers have undergone four different modes of occupational socialization. They were motivated and have learned to become a preschool teacher: (1)as a result of their father's love and care in early childhood; (2)due to the effects of receiving little love from their parents in early childhood; (3)after coming to accept the limitations in their own abilities and early environment; (4)through their natural inclination to enact the role of teacher-as-mother.
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