Attitudes of owner-managers within the framework of need for achievement and need for power

Aşçıgil, Semra Feriha


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This study aims to explore the attitudes prospective English language teachers have towards gender sensitive learning materials, and their attitudes towards using such materials in their own teaching. Sixty four senior students studying at a public university in Turkey participated in this qualitative case study. Data were gathered through a written questionnaire, audio-recordings of group discussions, and semi-structured interviews. Categorized for being positive, neutral, or negative, the results indicate...
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Citation Formats
S. F. Aşçıgil, “Attitudes of owner-managers within the framework of need for achievement and need for power,” Middle East Technical University, 1987.