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|Title:||Maltese primary school teachers' perception of the seriousness of stealing, cruelty, and lying in schoolchildren|
|Authors:||Borg, Mark G.|
Falzon, Joseph M.
|Keywords:||School children -- Malta|
School children -- Psychology
Truthfulness and falsehood in children -- Malta
|Publisher:||University of Malta. Faculty of Theology|
|Citation:||Borg, M. G., & Falzon, J. M. (1989). Maltese primary school teachers' perception of the seriousness of stealing, cruelty, and lying in schoolchildren. Melita Theologica, 40(2), 111-142.|
|Abstract:||In April 1988 the present authors conducted a questionnaire survey among all primary school teachers in state schools in Malta and Gozo on various aspects of occupational stress in teaching (cf Borg and Falzonl. 2. 3). The study also delved in some detail into the type of pupil problem behaviour which normally constitutes one of the major sources of stress for the teacher.|
|Appears in Collections:||MT - Volume 40, Issue 2 - 1989|
MT - Volume 40, Issue 2 - 1989
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