THE IMPACT OF EGO STATES OF PARENT, ADULT AND CHILD ON THE PROFESSIONAL CHOICE OF TEACHERS

  • Denitsa Alipieva Faculty of Natural Sciences and Education, University of Ruse “Angel Kanchev”, 8 Studentska str., POB 7017, Ruse
Keywords: transactional analysis, Ego states, teaching

Abstract

The  article uses an empirical approach examining  the role of ego-states in the  choice of pedagogical professionals   174 students were involved in the study that aims to show the discrepancies of the states of  Parent, Child and Adolescence for choice of speciality and future work. The study subjects were provided with a Transactional Analysis Questionnaire (TAQ, 2014) and Thomas – Killman Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI, 1974).

Author Biography

Denitsa Alipieva, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Education, University of Ruse “Angel Kanchev”, 8 Studentska str., POB 7017, Ruse

Author is a Prime Assistant Prof. at University of Ruse “Angel Kunchev”, Bulgaria, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Education, Department of Pedagogy, Psychology and History. She was completed her doctorate in Pedagogical and Developmental Psychology with the thesis “Identity and Achievement in Early Adolescence”. Now she is working in the areas of giftedness and its implication in the development, psycho-pedagogical strategies for improving of learning and education, motivation and learning styles of the students.

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Published
2017-09-25
How to Cite
Alipieva, D. (2017). THE IMPACT OF EGO STATES OF PARENT, ADULT AND CHILD ON THE PROFESSIONAL CHOICE OF TEACHERS. Journal of Education Culture and Society, 8(2), 177-192. https://doi.org/10.15503/jecs20172.177.192