กระบวนการถ่ายทอดทางสังคมของครูผู้มีจิตวิญญาณความเป็นครู: กรณีศึกษาอาจารย์คณะครุศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยราชภัฏในภาคตะวันออกเฉียงเหนือ
The objectives of this research were to study the meaning spirituality in teachers at thai social context, to understand the socialization of spirituality in teachers and to study the conditions of spirituality in teachers at faculty of education in Rajabhat University in the Northeast. The method of content analysis was used, where data was obtained from in-depth interviews with 16 teachers at faculty of education in Rajabhat University in the Northeast has been selected by the students and colleagues is a teacher who has the spirituality in teacher. The results from studies have found that 1) the spirituality in teachers at thai social context meaning of a person has a feeling of thinking about the mind in a positive direction 4 ways were self-respectful, faithful in teaching profession, recognizes the role of teacher and teachers’ work engagement. 2) the socialization of spirituality in teachers can be divided into 2 stages, which are Stages 1 the social prior to teacher profession and Stage 2 the social during teacher profession were socialized by contents, agents and tactics. And 3) the condition of having the spirituality in teachers as a result of the study a good attitude to the teacher profession, inspiration to be a teacher and social support.
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