Early Childhood Teachers’ Emotional Labour

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Early childhood teachers’ emotional labour. Anuja Jena-Crottet. Post-graduate student, AUT University, NZ. Full reference: Jena-Crottet, A. (2017).  Early childhood teachers’ emotional labour.  NZ International Research in Early Childhood Education Journal, Special Issue: Early Childhood Teachers and their Work, 20(2), 19-33.   […]

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