volume 86, issue 3_part_2, P1229-1233 2000
DOI: 10.1177/003329410008600328.2
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Mzobanzi M. Mboya

Abstract: This study investigated rural-urban differences in teachers’ perceived behaviors among African adolescent, boys and girls. On the Perceived Teacher Behavior Inventory administered to 354 boys and 530 girls from four rural and urban high schools in South Africa no significant sex differences were found on the subscales of Generalized Support, Positive Expectations, and Participation. Rural boys and girls scored significantly higher, however, than their urban peers on the Generalized Support and Participation.