Early Childhood Teachers’ Emotional Labour

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Early childhood teachers’ emotional labour – Original Research Paper. Abstract The purpose of the research was to understand how early childhood education (ECE) teachers experience emotional labour in their work in New Zealand. Based on qualitative research methodology in-depth interviews […]

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