A Comparative Analysis of Pre-Service Turkish and Canadian Teachers’ Values
Our investigation of values unfolded via a survey in two countries, namely Turkey and Canada. A total of 178 education students from Turkey and 306 from Canada (Ontario) were surveyed using the Rokeach Values Survey. Resultant survey data was examined for differences in terms of gender and country of origin. Similarities were found in terminal values rankings or the end goals, while differences were found in instrumental values or the means to attain end states. A comparison of the top values for each group and a discussion of the results are discussed.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2014
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