Teachers' Use of Leisure

by Perry London & Donald E. Larsen - 1964

Although the inference is risky, there is plausibility in the argument that the style—enthusiastic or passive, committed or uninvolved—in which a man spends his free time reflects aspects of his personhood that are likely to influence all he does, including his productive labor and his functioning as a citizen. In this empirical survey of how teachers use their leisure, the authors find a tendency, the more ominous by virtue of its balanced presentation, for teachers to invest their hours away from the classroom passively, listlessly, dully.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 65 Number 6, 1964, p. 538-545
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 2670, Date Accessed: 7/8/2020 1:49:55 AM

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