On Teachers’ Social Culture

Shiyuan ZHANG, Yi XIE


Teachers’ social culture refers to the integration of social concepts, rules, behaviors and thinking systems constituted and shared by the group of teachers during their communicative practices in the domain of school. As a subculture of school cultures, it’s not only influenced by school cultures but also reconstructs school cultures, and constructs the assumptions, beliefs and values of teachers’ culture.


Teacher; Social culture; Teachers’ culture

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x


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