Micropolitics describes the ways in which individuals attempt to influence others in order to attain desired goals. This qualitative, micropolitical case study examines: (1) the micropolitical strategies of resistance that second grade students used to influence their teacher, (2) the students' goals for engaging in these micropolitical strategies, and (3) the consequences of the students' micropolitical influence on their teacher.
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Spaulding, A. (2000). Micropolitical Behavior of Second Graders: A Qualitative Study of Student Resistance in the Classroom . The Qualitative Report, 4(1), 1-35. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol4/iss1/4