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Chinese Teachers' Social Status and Authority in· the Classroom: A historical perspective

  title={Chinese Teachers' Social Status and Authority in· the Classroom: A historical perspective},
  author={Jing Lin},
This paper examines the changes in Chinese teachers' social status and their authority in the classroom, tracing the political ups and downs they experienced since 1949 when the Chinese communist party took over. The paper points out that under the communist government which upholds the dictatorship of the proletariat, Chinese teachers have suffered discriminatory treatment and that great damage has been done to their social status and their authority in the classroom. The paper argues that… 
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