The principalship as a social relation

Substantial attention in the literatures of educational administration and leadership has been focused on the principalship. Despite this volume of attention, there is no universal portrayal of principal identity. I argue that the principalship and any sense of identity are simultaneously constituti...

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Main Author: Eacott, Scott
Format: Book Chapter
Language: English
Place of publication: Routledge 2020
published in: Theorising Identity and Subjectivity in Educational Leadership Research pp. 38 - 53
Editor: Heffernan, Amanda
Niesche, Richard
Edition: 1
Data of publication: 2020
ISBN: 9780367145293
0367145294
EISBN: 042962512X
0429032153
9780429628405
9780429625121
9780429626760
9780429032158
0429628404
0429626762
Alternate Title: The principalship as a social relation
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