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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of the participants

From: Professional self-understanding of teachers in different career stages: a phenomenological analysis

Participants Gender Educational status Age Seniority
P1 Male Master’s Degree 51+ 21+
P2 Female Undergraduate 31–40 16–20
P 3 Male Undergraduate 51+ 21+
P 4 Female Master’s Degree 41–50 21+
P 5 Male Undergraduate 51+ 21+
P 6 Male Undergraduate 41–50 21+
P 7 Male Undergraduate 41–50 16–20
P 8 Female Undergraduate 41–50 21+
P 9 Female Undergraduate 31–40 11–15
P 10 Female Undergraduate 31–40 11–15
P 11 Female Undergraduate − 30 − 5
P 12 Male Undergraduate 41–50 21+
P 13 Female Undergraduate 41–50 21+
P 14 Male Master’s Degree 41–50 16–20
P 15 Male Master’s Degree 41–50 16–20
P 16 Male Master’s Degree 31–40 6–10
P 17 Female Undergraduate 51+ 21+
P 18 Female Undergraduate 41–50 16–20
P 19 Female Undergraduate − 30 6–10
P 20 Female Undergraduate 31–40 − 5
P 21 Female Undergraduate 31–40 6–10
P 22 Female Undergraduate 41–50 16–20
P 23 Female Undergraduate 41–50 16–20
P 24 Male Master’s Degree 31–40 6–10
P 25 Male Undergraduate 31–40 6–10
P 26 Male Undergraduate − 30 − 5
P 27 Male Undergraduate 41–50 16–20
P 28 Female Master’s Degree 41–50 16–20
P 29 Female Undergraduate 31–40 11–15
P 30 Female Master’s Degree − 30 − 5
P 31 Male Undergraduate 41–50 21+
P 32 Female Master’s Degree 31–40 11–15
P 33 Female Undergraduate 41–50 − 5
P 34 Male Undergraduate 31–40 6–10
P 35 Male Master’s Degree 31–40 − 5
P 36 Female Undergraduate 41–50 21+
P 37 Female Undergraduate 41–50 21+
P 38 Male Undergraduate 31–40 11–15
P 39 Female Undergraduate 31–40 6–10
P 40 Female Master’s Degree 41–50 21+
P 41 Male Master’s Degree 31–40 16–20
P 42 Male Undergraduate 31–40 11–15
P 43 Female Undergraduate 51 +  21+
P 44 Male Undergraduate 41–50 16–20