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Bogotch, Ira

International Handbook of Educational Leadership and Social (In)Justice

Bogotch, Ira - International Handbook of Educational Leadership and Social (In)Justice, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Do Promises of Social Justice Trump Paradigms of Educational Leadership?
Ira Bogotch, Carolyn M. Shields

Part I. Conceptualizing Social Justice: More than a Definition

2. The Place of “Social Justice” in the Field of Educational Administration: A Journals-Based Historical Overview of Emergent Area of Study
Izhar Oplatka

3. “Creating Smooth Spaces in Striated Places”: Toward a Global Theory for Examining Social Justice Leadership in Schools
Katherine Cumings Mansfield

4. Educational Theory: The Specific Case of Social Justice as an Educational Leadership Construct
Ira Bogotch

5. Ethics and Social Justice: Strangers Passing in the Night?
Robert J. Starratt

6. Social and Cognitive Justice: The Social Relevance of the Higher Education in Latin America
Alejandra Montané López, Judith Naidorf, António Teodoro

7. A Grid and Group Explanation of Social Justice: An Example of Why Frameworks Are Helpful in Social Justice Discourse
Edward L. Harris

8. Who Among Us May Be Literate? Closing the Gap Between Literacy and Diversity
Charles Dukes, Kavin Ming

Part II. Approaches to Knowing/Studying Social Justice

9. Researching Leadership for Social Justice: Are Some Methods Better than Others?
Robert Donmoyer

10. Transforming (Un)Just Institutions: A Reflection on Methodology
Colleen L. Larson

11. Narrative Inquiry (NI) as an Exemplary Method for Social Justice Leadership
Alexandre Ibongya-Ilungu Muzaliwa, Mary E. Gardiner

12. A Bricolage of Voices: Lessons Learned from Feminist Analyses in Educational Leadership
Whitney Sherman-Newcomb

13. How Should Researchers Act in the Context of Social Injustice? Reflections on the Role of the Researcher as a Social Justice Leader
Dilys Schoorman

14. Social Justice in Education: Joy in Education and Education for Joy
Morwenna Griffiths

15. Critical Evocative Portraiture: Feminist Pathways to Social Justice
Linda L. Lyman, Angeliki Lazaridou, Jane Strachan

16. LeaderPAR: A Participatory Action Research Framework for School and Community Leadership
Gary L. Anderson, Erika Bernabei Middleton

17. Critical Reflective Practices: Connecting to Social Justice
Christa Boske

18. Projects from the Heart: For Educational Leaders
Lourdes Diaz Soto

Part III. Leadership for Social Justice

19. Leadership for Social Justice Education: A Critical Transformative Approach
Carolyn M. Shields

20. The Spatial Nature of Justice: A Scholar–Practitioner Perspective
Patrick M. Jenlink

21. Promoting Inclusive Leadership in Diverse Schools
James Ryan

22. Toward a Framework of Research and Practice for Social Justice Leadership: The Case of Cyprus
Michalinos Zembylas, Sotiroula Iasonos

23. Challenging Dominant Discourses of Home–School Partnerships in Indigenous Communities
Greer Johnson, Neil Dempster

24. Socially Just, Inclusive School Environments in the United States: Creating Spaces for Dialogue
Courtney L. Orzel

25. Narrative Dialogue and Teacher Leadership for Social Justice: Re-Storying to Understand
Lindsayanne Insana, Daniel Johnson Mardones, Hilarie Welsh, Marilyn Johnston-Parsons

26. Re-conceptualising Teacher Leadership Through Curriculum Inquiry in Pursuit of Social Justice: Case Study from the Canadian Context
Ann E. Lopez

27. Disrupting the Hegemonic Construction of Student Achievement: Diasporic Spaces
Marva McClean

28. School Leadership, Literacy and Social Justice: The Place of Local School Curriculum Planning and Reform
Annette Woods, Karen Dooley, Allan Luke, Beryl Exley

29. Leading for Social Justice in South African Schools: Where Have All the Activists Gone?
Carolyn (Callie) Grant

Part IV. Advocacy/Advocates for Social Justice

30. Community Leadership: Seeking Social Justice While Re-creating Public Schools in Post-Katrina New Orleans
Brian R. Beabout

31. Making a Difference: The Balance of Stance and Strategy for Social Justice Advocacy
Phil Hunsberger, Phyllis Balcerzak

32. Confronting Social Injustices in the Praxis Wetlands Where Research, Policy, and Activism Integrate
Louise Gonsalvez

33. Schools for Capitalism, Corporativism, and Corruption: Examples from Turkey and the USA
Duncan Waite, Selahattin Turan, Juan Manuel Niño

34. The Courageous Conversations Project: Interrogating Perspectives and Perceptions of Race, Poverty, and Schooling in South Africa and the United States
Arnold Dodge, Berte Wyk

35. Schools for Justice in the United States
Ivan Greenberg

Part V. Socio-cultural Representations of Social Injustices

36. Moving Beyond the Injustices of the Schooled Healthy Body
Erin Cameron, Jan Oakley, Gerald Walton, Constance Russell, Lori Chambers, Teresa Socha

37. Social [In]Justices of Women as School Principals in Lebanon
Bassel Akar, Maha Mouchantaf

38. Searching for Social Justice: An Examination of the Views of Alternative School Educators in the San Joaquin Valley of California
Monty J. Thornburg

39. Living with the Legacy of Conquest and Culture: Social Justice Leadership in Education and the Indigenous Peoples of Australia and America
Bronwyn Fredericks, Priscilla Maynor, Nereda White, Fenwick W. English, Lisa Catherine Ehrich

40. Corrupting Children: The Regulation of Children’s Gender Presentations and Identities and Implications for Educators and School Administrators
Gerald Walton

41. Zimbabwean Women Primary School Heads
Irene Muzvidziwa

42. Leadership, Educational Development, and Social Development
Joaquín Gairín, David Rodríguez-Gómez

43. Dominance Without Hegemony: Unmasking Social Injustice Leadership in University Education in Zimbabwe
Munyaradzi Hwami

Part VI. Glocal Policy Interventions

44. Inclusive Education for Children with Special Needs: The Case of Lebanon
Ahmad Oweini, Heyam Lutfi El Zein

45. Education Policy in Cyprus: From Decision-Making to Implementation
Christina Hajisoteriou, Panayiotis Angelides

46. The Role of Academicians’ Networks in Latin America: The Fight Against Social Injustices. An Institutional Challenge
José Antonio Ramírez-Diaz, Jesús Ruiz-Flores, Antonio Teodoro

47. Dilemmas and Challenges in Forging Social Cohesion Through Education: Emerging Struggles in Social Justice in Post-conflict Education in Sri Lanka
Damaris Wikramanayake

48. A Glimpse into Homelessness in the United States
Amy L. Warke

49. Reducing Socioeconomic Inequity by Improving the Equity of Education
Ned Steenwyk

50. The Overpowering Role of Policies in Constructing Social Identities of Children with Disabilities
Maha Damaj

51. Leadership for Social Justice Throughout Fifteen Years of Intervention in a Disadvantaged and Multicultural Canadian Urban Area: The Supporting Montréal Schools Program

Jean Archambault, Chantale Richer

52. Research for Social Justice in Contexts of Student and Family Homelessness
Peter M. Miller

53. Towards an Understanding of Social Justice in Our Schools: Globalization, Inclusive Leadership and the Transformation of Schooling
Robert E. White, Karyn Cooper

54. The State’s Responsibility to Fund Basic Education in Public Schools
Raj Mestry

Part VII. Leadership Preparation as Intervention

55. Clarifying Conceptual Foundations for Social Justice in Education
Susan B. Feldman, Kersti Tyson

56. Issues of Social Justice and Fairness in the Development of Aspiring Head Teachers: I Had Not Really Thought About My Values Before…
Christine Forde

57. Cultural Dialogue as Social Justice Advocacy Within and Beyond University Classrooms
Carol A. Mullen, J. Kenneth Young, Sandra Harris

58. Beyond the Colorblind Perspective: Centering Issues of Race and Culture in Leadership Preparation Programs in Britain and the United States
Lauri Johnson, Rosemary Campbell-Stephens

59. Modeling Social Justice Educational Leadership: Self-Assessment for Equity (SAFE)
Zorka Karanxha, Vonzell Agosto, Aarti Bellara

60. Inserting Inclusivity and Social Justice into Conceptualizations of Leadership for Early Childhood: Theoretical Anchors and Postfoundational Pedagogies for Inspiring Provocations in the Field
Julie Nicholson

61. At the Intersections of Black and White: Defining Social Justice from Different Perspectives
Gretchen Givens Generett, Jill A. Perry, James E. Henderson

Part VIII. Afterword

62. The Way Forward
Carolyn M. Shields, Ira Bogotch

Keywords: Education, Administration, Organization and Leadership, Educational Policy and Politics, International and Comparative Education, Sociology of Education, Educational Philosophy

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
2014
Series
Springer International Handbooks of Education
Page amount
49 pages
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789400765559

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