Reconsidering feminist research in educational leadershipBenerd School of Education Faculty Books and Book Chapters
Editor(s)Michelle D. Young & Linda Skrla
DescriptionTen prominent feminist researchers from diverse backgrounds examine educational leadership by focusing on critical questions about the theories, methods, and epistemologies feminist researchers use. The contributors analyze the impact of research on participants and assess the ethical and political implications of researching across groups. They explore the types of strategies feminist researchers have developed to address the problems of the field and propose alternative epistemologies that provide for more sensitive research methods and more complex research results. The book provides a timely examination of how gender inequalities were created and structured within U.S. systems of school administration, how they are maintained and perpetuated, and how they might best be understood and dismantled.
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PublisherState University of New York Press
Citation InformationMichelle D. Young and Linda E. Skrla. Reconsidering feminist research in educational leadership. Albany, NY(2003) p. 1 - 316
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/linda-skrla/175/