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should I use "the" before "teachers"? this is the title of an article and I am not sure whether to put it or not. I will appreciate your comments on the use of definitive articles in the bolded sections.

A phenomenological analysis of the Teachers’ Perceptions of Ethical Factors Affecting the Teacher-Student Relationships

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A phenomenological analysis of a Teacher's Perceptions of Ethical Factors Affecting Teacher-Student Relationships if you do not name/know the name of the teacher that you are referring to.

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A phenomenological analysis of a Group of Teachers Perceptions of Ethical Factors Affecting Teacher-Student Relationships. If you do not name/know the names of the teachers that you are referring to


A phenomenological analysis of The Perceptions of Ethical Factors Affecting the Teacher-Student Relationship if you know the name of the teacher that you are referring to and you intend to name that teacher in your paper.

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A phenomenological analysis of The study Group of Teachers Perceptions of Ethical Factors Affecting Teacher-Student Relationships. If you name/know the names of the teachers that you are referring to.


A phenomenological analysis of the Teachers’ Perceptions of Ethical Factors Affecting the Teacher-Student Relationships is not correct in any case.

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  • DEear Brad, of course, I don't know the names and I think the best case is to remove the not to put "a" in your first instance which is incorrect because it is plural. Jun 6 '21 at 8:53
  • I stand corrected on the plural.
    – Brad
    Jun 6 '21 at 8:55
  • Answer corrected accordingly.
    – Brad
    Jun 6 '21 at 9:04

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