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Researching the Characteristics of Effective Primary School Principals in Cyprus. A Qualitative Approach.
Pashiardis, Petros
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 26 Number 2 April 1998 página 117 - 130
PRESENTATION OF RESULTSRESEARCH METHODOLOGY
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This article reports on a study which sought to identify the characteristics and behaviour of effective primary school principals in Cyprus. Forty - nine principals were identified by a panel of inspectors from the Ministry as excellent in their jobs. The researcher spent between 10 and 15 hours with each of these principals. Preliminary findings from the interview data he collected indicate that effective principals in Cyprus: (1) have a great love and ambition for their profession; (2) have pride in the national heritage and traditions of their country; (3) are deep thinkers and constant learners; (4) are good administrators; (5) will often take risks by opposing the will of the Ministry; and, (6) are good managers of time.

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The Role Perceptions of Government and Non - Goverment Headteachers in Pakistan.
Simkins, Tim
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 26 Number 2 April 1998 página 131 - 146
THE CONTEXT OF CHOICECONCEPTUALIZING THE HEADTEACHERS ROLEGOVERMENT AND NON - GOVERMENT SCHOOLS: SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCESMETHODOLOGY
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Relatively litle systematic research has been udertaken on the role of the principal/headteacher in developing countries. In this study six headteachers of goverment and non - goverment secondary schools in Karachi were interviewed in depth and five completed diaries of their activities for one week. The study drew upon Rosemary Stewarts analysis of management roles in terms of the demands and constraints which are placed upon manager and the ways in which available choices are exercised by them. Significant differences were found both between and within government and non - government sectors. This paper describes these findings and explores their implications for educational change.

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Principals Leader Power, Teacher Empowerment, Teacher Compliance and Conflict.
Johnson, Patsy E
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 26 Number 2 April 1998 página 147 - 159
ANALYSISMETHODTEACHERS PSYCHO - SOCIAL REACTIONS TO LEADER POWER BASES
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This paper reports on a study which investigated the relationship among the principals base of leader power, teacher empowerment, teacher compliance, and the amount of conflict within self, with peers and with the principal. Factor analysis and regression analysis revealed a strong association for expert power and referent power with each conflict dimension and teacher empowerment. Teacher compliance and teacher empowerment were strongly associated with all three conflict dimensions. Implications were derive for the preservice and inservice education of shool principals and their evaluation.

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Preparing a Profile. Likely Applicants for Primary School Headship.
Draper, Janet
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 26 Number 2 April 1998 página 161 - 172
RESULTSRESEARCH METHODS
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In response to complaints of a lack of applicants for primary headship an inquiry was initiated into 87 deputies perceptions of headship and their likely application for such posts. This paper reports on the deputies familiarity with the headteacher role and their views on its attractions and disadvantages. It examines (1) whether these perceptions significantly affected the likelihood of application for headships, and (2) to what extent career decisions were influenced by age, gender and time in the deputys post and overall career planning. The use of application likelihood as a discriminator enable the construction of a profile of those most likely to apply. It is siggested that the profile and its constituents would be of value in the training, selection and induction of future heads as well as to attempts to widen the pool from which they are drawn.

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Approaches to Leadership. What Comes with Experience?.
Macmillan, Robert B
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 26 Number 2 April 1998 página 173 - 184
IMPLICTIONS AND QUESTIONS FOR FURTHER STUDYTHE PRINCIPALS
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Day and Bakioglu have suggested that career life cycles for headteacher follow patterns similar to those found teachers by Huberman. Taking this work as a basis, five principals were interviewed. In the analysis of their perceptions of their leadership, differences in their beliefs about their roles emerged and appeared to be influenced by the lenth of their experience in the role. In trying to understand the nature of these differences, Senges notion of creative tension between current reality and vision seems to be one means for explaining such differences. In effect, experience may lead to the lessening of creative tension by the intrusion of current reality into principals vision of schools and of what is achievable.

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Development Planning in Primary Schools. A Positive Influence on Management and Culture.
Cuckle, Pat
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 26 Number 2 April 1998 página 185 - 195
METHODS AND ANALYSIS FOR PHASE IIITHE BENEFITS OF DEVELOPMENT PLANNINGPATTERNS OF INVOLVEMENT IN DEVELOPMENT PLANNING
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Development planning has been advocated as a means of manaping the innovations which primary schools have faced in recent years. Interviews with a range of heads, staff and governors in 18 primary schools revealed development planning was valued for its contribution to management and a shared culture despite the difficulties schools have experienced with limited resources and new initiatives. Consultation of teaching staff in the process of designing the development plan was well established but involvement of the governors and ancillary staff was not. Systematic ways of recognizing the achievement of SDP targets and the relationship between development planning and improvements in pupil learninng and classroom practice were also not well established.

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Schools and Marketization. Cultural Challenges and Responses.
Foskett, Nicholas H
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 26 Number 2 April 1998 página 197 - 210
MEASURING MARKET ACCULTURIZATION: AN ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORKMARKET ORIENTATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTUREMARKETS, MARKETIZATION AND SCHOOLSSCHOOL RESPONSES TO MARKETIZATION
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The development of a social market in education in England and Wales since 1998 has required schools to develop strategies to competition for pupils. They have done so within a context in which such concepts as the market and marketing have been alien. This paper develops an analytical methodology based on Conwells interpretation within service organizations, through the examination of our key cultural and managerial developments the range of understanding of markets and marketing held within the school; their organizational response to the market; their use of market analytical tools; and their development of appropriate marketing strategies. By applying this methodology to a sample of schools, the paper shows the variation in the development of a market culture between them, and derives an Index for Marketing Cultural Development. From this, a simple typology of cultural responses to marketization is derived.

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