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The Relationship Between Psychological Type and Professional Orientation Among Technology Education Teachers

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Robert C. Wicklein ,

University of Georgia, US
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An Assistant Professor in the Technological Studies Program, Department of Occupational Studies at the University of Georgia, Athens, GA.

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Jay W. Rojewski

University of Georgia, US
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An Associate Professor in the Department of Occupational Studies, University of Georgia, Athens, GA.
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Abstract

Technological change in the work force is a critical problem in business and industry, precipitating the quick obsolescence and emergence of job skills and training (Fairhurst, 1990). Cornish (1977) describes the tremendous change that has occurred within our society as convulsive. Change is also per- haps, the most appropriate term to describe the reformation that is currently taking place in the field of technology education. Changes in the goals, activi- ties, instructional methodologies, and types of instructional programs within technology education has caused considerable debate within the profession.

How to Cite: Wicklein, R. C., & Rojewski, J. W. (1995). The Relationship Between Psychological Type and Professional Orientation Among Technology Education Teachers. Journal of Technology Education, 7(1), 57–74. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v7i1.a.5
Published on 22 Sep 1995.
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