Student As Socializing Agent

Templin, Thomas J.
April 1981
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Spring1981 Introductory, Vol. 1, p71
Academic Journal
The article presents a study focusing upon the secondary school student as a socialization agent. It provides qualitative data revealing the student's impact upon the student teacher's disposition towards the control or discipline of the students. It aims to assess the physical education student teacher's Pupil Control Ideology prior to and after student teaching and to identify his role as a socialization agent. The methodology, results, interview data, and the discussion about the study are presented.


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