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Ehrhardt-Madapathi, Natalie; Pretsch, Johanna; Schmitt, Manfred – Social Psychology of Education: An International Journal, 2018
What are the long-term effects of justice and injustice in school? This longitudinal study examined the bidirectional relationships of classroom justice with students' behavioral problems, well-being, and joy of learning. Using systematic observation on the single-child level, teachers and external observers made high and low inference justice…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Teaching Methods, Teacher Student Relationship, Elementary School Teachers
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Pretsch, Johanna; Ehrhardt-Madapathi, Natalie – Social Psychology of Education: An International Journal, 2018
In a democratic society, school has the goal to foster democratic attitudes in students. Besides explicit attempts to do so, justice experiences in school may be crucial to develop positive attitudes towards democracy. Therefore, we studied the relationship between different dimensions of justice experiences in school and democratic attitudes. We…
Descriptors: Justice, Democracy, Social Exchange Theory, Democratic Values
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Pretsch, Johanna; Flunger, Barbara; Heckmann, Nina; Schmitt, Manfred – Social Psychology of Education: An International Journal, 2013
Being a teacher is known to be a particularly stressful occupation and as a consequence many teachers suffer from reduced well-being. Thus, it is important to know as soon as possible which individuals are likely to experience reduced well-being in their employment. Therefore, this study investigated whether it is possible to infer teachers'…
Descriptors: Teaching (Occupation), Well Being, Teaching Conditions, Stress Variables
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Pretsch, Johanna; Flunger, Barbara; Schmitt, Manfred – Social Psychology of Education: An International Journal, 2012
The resilience concept has often been criticized as simply reflecting the absence of neuroticism (i.e. vulnerability to stress and negative affectivity). Challenging this point of view, the aim of this study was to show that resilience could predict well-being in teachers above and beyond neuroticism. By contrast, we expected that resilience would…
Descriptors: Employees, Fatigue (Biology), Job Satisfaction, Well Being