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International perspectives on maladministration in education : theories, research, and critiques / edited by Eugenie A. Samier and Peter Milley.

International perspectives on maladministration in education : theories, research, and critiques / edited by Eugenie A. Samier and Peter Milley.
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Record Number 18757
ISBN 9781138556645 (pbk.)
Location 371.2 INT
Author Samier, Eugénie Angèle, 1954- author.
Title International perspectives on maladministration in education : theories, research, and critiques / edited by Eugenie A. Samier and Peter Milley.
Published New York Routledge, [2018]
Collation 233 pages ; 23 cm.
Content types text
Carrier type volume
Contents Note Contents -- List of figures -- List of tables -- Introduction: the landscape of maladministration in education -- Eugenie A. Samier and Peter Milley -- Foundational theories and models -- The total toxic institution: when organisations fail psychologically, socially and morally -- Eugenie A. Samier -- A critical theory analysis of the production of toxic and zombie leadership in the context of neoliberalism -- John Smyth -- Maladministration in the UK education system: a sociolinguistic perspective -- Yasemin Yildiz -- Systemic maladministration in the digital age: serving the individual or bureaucracy in educational administration? -- Eveline Wittmann -- Researching and teaching the dark side -- Beyond the normative: theorising maladministration relationally -- Scott Eacott -- Methodological issues in researching maladministration -- Megan Crawford -- Foundational understandings of the 'dark side' of leadership: can Machiavelli, in neoliberal times, assist graduate readings of the word and world? -- Carol E. Harris -- Contemporary issues and cases internationally -- The intersectionality of leadership: international considerations -- Sheri R. Klein and Read Montgomery Diket -- Analysis of maladministration of selection and assignment of school principals in turkey: a critical perspective -- Kadir Beycioglu, Idris Sahin, and Fatma Kesik -- The good school/the bad head teacher: neo-managerialism and the re-making of the head teacher -- Danilo Taglietti, Emiliano Grimaldi and Roberto Serpieri -- Strategies of discursive closure maladministrators use to 'manage' their misdeeds -- Peter Milley -- Administrators behaving (and being treated) badly under neoliberal global conditions: playing players played -- Duncan Waite and Jason R. Swisher -- Workplace bullying in schools: an ecological perspective -- Corene de Wet -- Contributor biographies.
Summary Note "This volume develops a theoretical and critical foundation for understanding 'maladministration' - the phenomena of harmful administrative and organisational behaviours in educational systems. Chapter authors provide theoretical and practice-based perspectives across international contexts regarding common destructive practices that occur in educational organisations, such as negligence and mistreatment of people, professional dishonesty, fraud and embezzlement, abuse of power, and corrupt organisational cultures. 'International perspectives on maladministration in education' shines a light on this complex topic by examining various practices at individual, group, organisational, and system levels; the contexts and influences that give rise to them; and potential remedies to ensure more accountable, just, and safe institutions." - Back cover.
Topical Term School management and organization -- Corrupt practices -- Cross-cultural studies
Bullying in the workplace
SUBJECT Maladministration
Added Name Milley, Peter V., (author).
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