The Dark Side of Instruction: Teacher Anger as Classroom Norm Violations

@article{McPherson2003TheDS,
  title={The Dark Side of Instruction: Teacher Anger as Classroom Norm Violations},
  author={M. B. McPherson and P. Kearney and T. G. Plax},
  journal={Journal of Applied Communication Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={31},
  pages={76 - 90}
}
Based on norm violation theory, we examined students' reactions to teachers' normative and nonnormative expressions of anger. College students ( N = 301 ) judged the appropriateness and intensity of teachers' anger in the classroom for four modes of expression: Distributive Aggression, Passive Aggression, Integrative Assertion, and Nonassertive Denial. Students rated both types of aggressive expressions as highly intense and inappropriate (or nonnormative), but assertive displays as appropriate… Expand
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