The most important values for pedagogy and special education students
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There were two aims of this study. The first was to investigate what are the most important values for general education (pedagogy) students and special education students in terms of S. H. Schwartz Theory of Basic Human Values. The second aim of this study was to compare general education students and special education students in terms of their values. Two hypotheses were put forward: H1: Special education students are less often guided by the self-enhancement values than general education students. H2: Special education students are more often guided by self-transcendence values than general education students. Hypothesis 1 was partially confirmed. Special education students are less often guided by hedonism value. Although not significant (p = .103), the difference in power value is noticeable. Hypothesis 2 was not confirmed. There were no differences between studied groups in self-transcendence values. In both groups benevolence was the one valued the most, and power was valued the least.
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