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Andy Hargreaves (Canada) A biographical note about the author appears on page 167.
This paper draws on three of the author’s studies—The emotions of teaching and educational change, funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada;The changing wourld of teachers’ work, funded by the Canadian Teachers' Federation; andChange frames, funded by the OISE/UT Ministry of Education and Training Transfer Grant.
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Hargreaves, A. Professionals and parents: personal adversaries or public allies?. Prospects 30, 201–213 (2000). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02754066
- Social Movement
- Educational Change
- Confucian Tradition
- Classical Professionalism
- Public Ally