Feminists in Social Work Where Have All the Leaders Gone?Affilia
AbstractThe purpose of this article is to reignite a discourse about feminist principles and their application to leadership in the social work profession that will extend beyond the theoretical to actions that are guided by these principles, leading overtime to concrete change. Mainstream theories of leadership are reviewed, as are developments in feminist approaches to leadership. Specifying principles and suggesting practices in relation to leadership result in an integrated feminist perspective of leadership. The intent is to encourage a dialogue about the challenges of social change in both processes and outcomes across multiple contexts by diverse women and men.
Citation InformationMarceline M. Lazzari, Lisa Colarossi and Kathryn S. Collins. "Feminists in Social Work Where Have All the Leaders Gone?" Affilia Vol. 24 Iss. 4 (2009) p. 348 - 359
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