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Teachers on the Waves of Transformation: School Culture Before and After 1989
by Dana Moree
translated by Daniel Morgan
Karolinum Press, 2020
eISBN: 978-80-246-4419-6 | Paper: 978-80-246-4377-9

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
It is known that a society in transformation undergoes significant changes on many levels, but structural and cultural changes are arguably two of the most significant. How do such monumental changes affect the lives of individuals and small communities?
 
Teachers on the Waves of Transformation aims to answer this question through the lens of education. With careful exploratory research at two schools in a small town in central Bohemia, anthropologist Dana Moree follows the fates of two generations of teachers at the schools. Through interviews with teachers, school administrators, and the students’ parents, Moree focuses on the relationships, values, shared stories, and symbolic and ritual worlds that create the culture of the schools. Teachers on the Waves of Transformation offers a unique perspective of cultural flux as witnessed in the classroom.

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