2014, XLIX, 1256 p. 26 illus., 17 illus. in color. In 2 volumes, not available separately.
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Mainstream topics are reframed as educational interventions to ameliorate and combat social injustices
Localized contexts from around the world are highlighted
Educational leadership is reconceptualised as inclusive of all fields of education
Original theories of social justice and exemplary research methods are described in detail
Educational leadership is conceptualized as incomplete and inadequate without a focus on social (in)justice
The International Handbook on Educational Leadership and Social (In)Justice creates a first-of-its-kind international forum on conceptualizing the meanings of social justice and leadership, research approaches in studying social justice and combating social injustices, school, university and teacher leadership for social justice, advocacy and advocates for social justice, socio-cultural representations of social injustices, glocal policies, and leadership development as interventions. The Handbook is as much forward-looking as it is a retrospective review of educational research literatures on social justice from a variety of educational subfields including educational leadership, higher education academic networks, special education, health education, teacher education, professional development, policy analyses, and multicultural education. The Handbook celebrates the promises of social justice while providing the educational leadership research community with concrete, contextualized illustrations on how to address inequities and combat social, political and economic injustices through the processes of education in societies and educational institutions around the world.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Gini Index - organizational ethnography - sexual identity marginalization - transformational leadership
Social Justice as an Educational Leadership Challenge: An Introduction; Ira Bogotch and Carolyn Shields.- Part I: Conceptualizing Social Justice: More Than a Definition.- 2.The Place of 'Social Justice' in the Field of Educational Administration: An Historical Overview of an 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 Mansfield.- 4. The Specific Case of Social Justice as an Educational Leadership Construct; Ira Bogotch.- 5. Ethics and Social Justice: Strangers Passing in the Night?; Robert Starratt. 6. Social and Cognitive Justice: The Social Relevance of Higher Education in Latin America; Alejandra Montané, Judith Naidorf, and 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 and 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, and 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, with Jane Strachan.- 16. LeaderPAR: A Participatory Action Research Framework for School and Community Leadership; Gary L. Anderson and Erika Bernabei Middleton.- 17. Social Justice Through Critical Reflections: The Complexities of Oppression; Christa Boske.- 18. Projects from the Heart for Educational Leaders; Lourdes Soto.- Part III: Leadership for Social Justice.- 19. Leadership for Social Justice Education: A Critical Transformative Approach; Carolyn Shields.- 20. The Spatial Nature of Justice: A Scholar-Practitioner Perspective; J. 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 and Sotiroula Iasonos.- 23. Challenging Dominant Discourses of Home–School Partnerships in Indigenous Communities; Greer Johnson and Neil Dempster.- 24. Including the Excluded: Engaging in Dialogue to Build Inclusive, Socially Just Schools; Courtney Orzel.- 25. Narrative Dialogue and Teacher Leadership for Social Justice: Re-Storying to Understand; Lindsayanne Insana, Daniel Johnson Mardones, Hilarie Welsh and Marilyn Johnston-Parsons.- 26. Re-Conceptualizing Teacher Leadership Through Curriculum Inquiry in Pursuit of Social Justice: Case Study From the Canadian Context; Ann Lopez.- 27. Disrupting the Hegemonic Construct 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 and and Beryl Exley.- 29. Leading for Social Justice in South African Schools: Where Have All the Activists Gone?; 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 Beabout. 31. Making A Difference: The Balance of Stance and Strategy for Social Justice Advocacy; Phil Hunsberger and Phyllis Balcerzak.- 32. Confronting Social Injustices in the Praxis Wetlands Where Research, Policy and Activism Integrate; Louise Gonsalvez.- 33. Capitalism, Corruption, and Corporativism: Examples from Turkish and American Educational Systems; Duncan Waite, Selahattin Turan and Juan Manuel Nino.- 34. The Courageous Conversations Project: A Plan for Interrogating Perspectives and Perceptions of Race, Poverty and Schooling in South Africa and the United States; Arnold Dodge and Berte van 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 and Teresa Socha.- 37. Social (In)justices of Women as School Principals in Lebanon; Bassel Akar and Maha Mouchantaf.- 38. Searching for Social Justice: An Examination of the Views of Alternative School Educators in the San Joaquin Valley of California; Monty Thornburg.- 39. Living with the Legacy of Conquest and Culture: Social Justice Leadership for the Indigenous peoples of Australia and America; Bronwyn Fredericks, PriscillaMaynor, Nereda White, Fenwick English andLisa 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 and David Rodriguez-Gomez.- 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 and Heyam Lutfi El Zein.- 45. Education Policy in Cyprus: From Decision-Making to Implementation; Christina Hajisoteriou and Panayiotis Angelides.- 46. The Role of Academicians' Networks in Latin America: The Fight Against Social Injustices. An institutional Challenge; José Antonio Ramirez Diaz, Jesús Ruiz Flores and 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 Warke.- 49. Reducing Socioeconomic Inequity by Improving the Equity of Education; Ned Van Steenwyk.- 50. The Social Construction of Disabling Identities; 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 and Chantal Richer.- 52. Research for Social Justice in Contexts of Student and Family Homelessness; Peter Miller.- 53. Social Justice and Critical Leadership: A Critique of “Zero Tolerance” and “Full Inclusion” Policies; Robert White and Karyn Cooper.- 54. Every Child in School: The State’s Responsibility to Provide Free Education; Raj Mestry.- Part VII: Leadership Preparation as Intervention.- 55. Clarifying Conceptual Foundations for Social Justice in Education; Sue Feldman and Kersti Tyson.- 56. Issues of Social Justice and Fairness in the Development of Aspiring Headteachers: I Hadn’t 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 and 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 and Rosemary Campbell-Stephens.- 59. Modeling Social Justice Educational Leadership: Self-Assessment for Equity (SAFE); Zorka Karanxha, Vonzell Agosto and 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 Generett, Jill Perry and James Henderson.- Part VIII: Afterword.- 62. The Way Forward; Carolyn Shields and Ira Bogotch.