Journal Articles

Allison, D.J. (1989) Assessing principal assessment centres. The Canadian Administrator. 28(6).

Ashbaugh, C.R. & Kasten, K.L. (1984) A typology of operant values in school administration. Planning and Changing. Vol.15, No.4 195-208.

Barnett, B.G. & Brill, A.D. (1990). Building reflection into administrative training programs. Journal of Personnel Evaluation in Education. 3(2): 179-192.

Begley, P.T. & Campbell-Evans, G.H. (December, 1992). Socializing experiences of aspiring principals. Alberta Journal of Educational Research. 38(4), 285-299.

Begley, P.T. & Johansson, O. (1998b) The values of school administration: A research report. In Johansson, O. & Lundberg, L. (Eds.) Rektor en sprangbrada for utveckling. Umea, Sweden: Forfattarna. (211 – 240)
Begley, P.T. & Leithwood, K.A. (1990) The influence of values on school administrator practices. Journal of Personnel Evaluation in Education. 3: 337-352.

Begley, P.T. & Murray, P.E. (Eds.) (1993). School leadership in the NWT: A Profile for the 90’s. Yellowknife: NWT Department of Edcuation, Culture and Employment.

Begley, P.T. (Ed.) (1989). Special needs education profile. Northwest Territories Department of education: Yellowknife, NWT.

Begley, P.T. (1990, October) How administrators’ values influence their decisions. The Canadian School Executive. Volume 10, Number 4, 3-8.

Begley, P.T. (1994). Contemporary images of school leadership in Ontario, the Northwest Territories, and Western Australia. The Alberta Journal of Educational Research. 40(3), 319-336.

Begley, P.T. (1995) Using profiles of school leadership as supports to cognitive apprenticeship. Educational Administration Quarterly. 31(2), 176-202.

Begley, P.T. (1996a) Cognitive perspectives on values in administration: A quest for coherence and relevance. Educational Administration Quarterly. 32(3). 403-426.

Begley, P.T. (1999b) Practitioner and organizational perspectives on values in administration. In Begley, P.T. (Ed.) Values and educational leadership. Albany, NY: SUNY Press. p. 291 – 297

Begley, P.T. (1999a) Competing research paradigms and alternate perspectives. In Begley, P.T. (Ed.) Values and educational leadership. Albany, NY: SUNY Press. p. 138 – 146

Begley, P.T. (1999c) Value preferences, ethics, and conflicts in school administration. In Begley, P.T. (Ed.) Values and educational leadership. Albany, NY: SUNY Press. p.176 – 207.

Begley, P.T. (1999d) Academic and administrative perspectives on values. In Begley, P. T. & Leonard, P. (Eds.) The values of educational administration. London: Falmer Press. p.80 – 111.

Begley, P.T. (1999e) Guiding values for future school leaders. Orbit. 30(1), 19-23.

Begley, P.T. (1999f) Academic and administrative perspectives on values. In Begley, P. T. & Leonard, P. (Eds.) The values of educational administration. London: Falmer Press. p.80 – 111.

Begley, P.T. (1999g) Editorial: The values of leadership and management. Leading and Managing. 4(4), ii-iii.

Begley, P.T. (2000a) Cultural isomorphs of educational administration: Reflections on the Western-centric approaches to values and leadership. Special issue of Asia Pacific Journal of Education. 20(2), 23 – 33.

Begley, P.T. (2000b) Values and leadership: Theory development, new research, and an agenda for the future. The Alberta Journal Of Educational Research. 46(3), 233-249.

Begley, P.T. (2001a) In pursuit of authentic school leadership practices. International Journal of Leadership in Education. 4(4). 353-65.

Begley, P.T. (2001b) Personal values, ethics and preferences. The Sixth Proceedings of the Premier’s Symposium on North America’s Hunting Heritage. Eden Prairie, Minnesota: Wildlife Forever. (Pages 55 – 71)

Black, J.A. & English, F.W. (1986) What they don’t tell you in schools of edcuation about school administration. Lancaster, PA: Technomic Publishing.

Blase, J.J. (1988). The politics of favoritism: A qualitative analysis of teachers’ perspective. Educational Administration Quarterly. 24(2), 152-177.

Boss, J. (1995). Teaching Ethics Through Community Service. Journal of Experiential Education. Volume 18(1), 20-24.

Boulding, K.E. (1989). Three faces of power. Newbury Park: Sage.

Campbell, E.C, (In press) Ethical school leadership: Problems of an elusive role. Journal of School Leadership.

Campbell, E.C. (1999). Ethical school leadership: Problems of elusive role. Begley, P.T. (Ed.) Values and educational leadership. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Cheng, K. (1998). Can Educational Values Be Borrowed? Looking into Cultural Difference. Peabody Journal of Education, 73 (2), 11-30.

Campbell-Evans, G.H. (1991). The influence of values on principal decision-making. The Alberta Journal of Educational Research. 37(2). 167-178.

Chong, C.K. (1992) Ethical egoism and the moral point of view. The Journal of Value Inquiry. 26, 23-36.

Cole, A., Squire, F., & Cathers, E.P. (1995). Supporting beginning teachers. Toronto: OISE Press.

Clark, D.L., Lotto, L.S., & Astuto, T.A. (1984). Effective schools and school improvement: A comparative analysis. Educational Administrative Quarterly. 20(3), 41-68.

Day C., Harris, H. & Hadfield, M. (2001). Challenging the orthodoxy of effective school leadership. International Journal of Leadership in Education, 4(1), 39-56.

Day, C. (2000). Beyond Transformational Leadership. Educational Leadership, 57(7), 56-59. Online. Available:

Duignan, P., & Bhindi, N. (1997). Authenticity in leadership: An emerging perspective. Journal of Educational Administration, 35(3), 195-209.

Duke, D.L. (1988, December). Why principals consider quitting. Phi Delta Kappan. 308-312.

England, G.W. (1967) Personal value systems of American managers. Academy of Management Journal. 10, 53-68.

Evers, C.W. & Lakomski, G. (1993). Cognition, values, and organizational structure: Hodgkinson in perspective. Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations. 8 (1), 45-57.

Evers, C.W. (1985) Hodgkinson on ethics and the philosophy of administration. Educational Administration Quarterly. 21(1), 27-50.

Ferrandino, V. (2001). Challenges for the 21st – century elementary school principals. Phi Delta Kappan, 82(6), 440-442.

Hallinger, P. & Leithwood, K. (1998). Unseen Forces: The Impact of Social Culture on School Leadership. Peabody Journal of Education, 73 (2), 126-151.

Goldman, E. (1998) The Significance of Leadership Style. Educational Leadership. 55(7), 20-22.

Heck, H. R. (1996). Leadership and Culture, Conceptual and Methodological issues in Comparing models across cultural setting. Journal of Educational Administration, 34 (5), 75-97.

Heck, H.R., Larsen, T.J., & Marcoulides, G.A. (1990) Instructional leadership and school achievement: Validation of a causal model. Educational Administration Quarterly. 26(2), 94-125.

Heslep, R.D. (Feb. 1997) The practical value of philosophical thought for the ethical dimension of education. Educational Administration Quarterly. Thousand Oaks.

Hodgkinson, C. (1986) Managing uncertainty: Administrative theory and practice in education. Educational Administration Quarterly, 22(3), 327-332.

Hodgkinson, C. (1986) The value bases of administrative action and administration theory. Research in Education.

Hodgkinson, C. (1986) The value bases of administrative action. Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations. 3(1), 20-30.

Hodgkinson, C. (February 1989) Principals for tomorrow. Canadian School Executive.

Hodgkinson, C. (Spring 1993) The epistemological axiology of Evers and Lakomski: Some un-Quineian quibblings. Journal of Educational Management and Administration.

Huberman, M. (1988). Teacher careers and school improvement. Curriculum Studies. 20(2), 119-132.

Keast, D.A. (1994) Problems of validity in research on decisions and values. Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations. 9(1), 9-25.

Keyes, M.W., Hanley-Maxwell, C., & Capper, C.A., (1999) Spirituality? It’s the Core of My Leadership: Empowering Leadership in an Inclusive Elementary School. Educational Administration Quarterly, V.35, N.2, p.203-237.

Kidder, R. & Born, P. (Dec./Jan.1999) Resolving Ethical Dilemmas in the Classroom. ASCD Educational Leadership.

Kohn, A. (1997). How Not To Teach Values: A Critical Look At Character Education. Phi Delta Kappan. February 1997, 429-439.

Lakomski, G. (1987) Values and decision making in educational administration. Educational Administration Quarterly. 23(3), 70-82.

Kushman, J.W. (1992). The organizational dynamics of teacher workplace commitment: A study of urban elementary and middle schools. Educational Administration Quarterly, 28(1), 5-42.

Langlois, L. (2004). Responding Ethically: Complex Decision-making by School District Superintendents. International Studies Educational Administration Management. (32)2.

Lapointe, C., Godin, J. et Langlois, L. (2005). Educational Leadership in official linguistic minority settings: Searching for a relevant theory. Journal of School Leadership, special theme issue on International Perspectives on Leadership, vol. 15, no 2 143-158.March 2005

Lashway, L. (1996) Ethical Leadership. Univ. of Oregon: ERIC, Digest 107 (online).

LeClair, M.S. & Gordon, K. (2000) ” Corporate Support for Artistic and Cultural Activities: What Determines the Distribution of Corporate Giving.” Journal of Cultural Economics 24: 225-241.

Leithwood, K.A. & Hallinger, P. (1993). Cognitive perspectives on educational administration. Educational Administration Quarterly, 29 (3), 296 – 301.

Leithwood, K.A. & Stager, M. (1989). Components of expertise in principals’ problem solving. Educational Administration Quarterly, 25 (1), 126-161.

Leithwood, K.A. (1992). The move toward transformational leadership. Educational Leadership, 49(5), 8-12.

Leithwood, K.A. (1999). An organizational perspective on values for leaders of future schools. In Begley, P.T. (Ed.) Values and educational leadership. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Leithwood, K.A., & Jantzi, D. (1990). Transformational leadership: How principals can help reform school cultures. School Effectiveness and School Improvement. 1(4), 249-280.

Leithwood, K.A., & Steinbach, R. (1991). Indicators of transformational leadership in the everyday problem solving of school administrators. Journal of Personnel Evaluation in Education, 4, 221-244.

Leithwood, K.A., Begley, P.T. & Cousins, J.B. (1990). The nature, causes, and consequences of principal’s practices: An agenda for future research. Journal of Educational Administration. 28(4), 5-31.

Leonard, P. & Leonard, L. (2001). The collaborative prescription: Remedy or reverie? International Journal of Leadership in Education, 4 (4), pp. 383-399.

Leonard, P. (1999). Examining educational purposes and underlying value orientations in schools. In Begley, P.T. (Ed.) Values and educational leadership. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Leonard, P. E. (2002). Professional collaboration: Setting standards of support. Leading and Managing, 8(1).pp. 46-59.

Leonard, P., & Smith, R. (2004). Collaboration for inclusion: The “principal” challenge. Leading and Managing, 9 (2), pp. 117-123.

Marshall, C. (1992). School administrators’ values: A focus on atypicals. Educational Administration Quarterly. 28(3), 368-86.

Mohlman-Sparks, G. & Bruder, S. (1987). Before and after peer coaching. Educational Leadership. Alexandria, VA: ASCD.

Munro, P. & Elliot, J. (1987). Instructional growth through peer coaching. Journal of Staff Development. 8(1), 25-28.

Normore, A. H. (2006, Spring “in press”). Leadership recruitment and selection in school districts: Trends and issues, Journal of Educational Thought, Vol. 40 (1).

Normore, A. H. & Loughry. K. (2006, “in press”). Leadership for novice teachers: Avoiding the pitfalls of the rookie year, Kappa Delta Pi Record, Vol. ? (?).

Neubert, G.A. & Bratton, E.C. (1987). Team coaching: Staff development side by side. Educational Leadership. 44(5), 29-32.

O’Hagan, J. & Harvey, D. (2000) Why do Companies Sponsor Arts Events? Some Evidence and a Proposed Classification. Journal of Cultural Economics 24: 205-224.
Olssen, M. (2000). Ethical Liberalism, Education and the New Right. Journal of Education Policy. 15(5): 481-508.

Ortiz, F., & Ogawa, R. (2000). Site-based decision-making leadership in American public schools. Journal of Educational Administration, 38(5), 486-500.

Prestine, N.A. & LeGrand, B.F. (1991) Cognitive learning theory and the preparation of educational administrators: Implications for practice and policy. Educational Administration Quarterly, 27 (1), 61-89.

Pring, R. (2001) Education as a Moral Practice. Journal of Moral Education V.30 N.2 p.101-112.

Santagata, W. & Signorello, G. (2000) Cotingent Valuation of a Cultural Public Good and Policy Design: The Case of Napoli Musei Aperti. Journal of Cultural Economics 24: 181-204.

Sarabun, C.A. (1987). A principal’s role in supporting teachers as staff developers. Journal of Staff Development. 8(1), 49-55.

Sashkin, M. (1988). The visionary principal: School leadership for the next century. Education and Urban Society. 20(3), 239-49.

Shouse, R.C. (2004). Democratic spirit and moral learning in comprehensive high schools. In Hammack, F.M. (Ed.) The comprehensive high school today. New York: Teachers College. 69-86.

Shouse, R.C. (2005). Some current threats to humanistic pupil control. In Hoy, W. & Miskel, C. (Eds.) Educational leadership and reform. Greenwich, CT: Information Age. 301-318.

Smylie, M. & Brownlee-Conyers, J. (1992). Teacher leaders and their principals: Exploring the development of new working relationships. Educational Administration Quarterly, 28(2). 150-84.

Sparks, D. & Loucks-Horsley, S. (1989). Five models of staff development for teachers. Journal of Staff Development. 10(4). 40-57.

Strike, D.A. (1993) Against “Values”: Reflection on Moral Language and Moral Education. Education Policy Analysis Archives. 1(13), 1-15.

Thomas, D.M. & Bainbridge, W.L. (2000). Global perspective on school leadership. ERIC digests, 15.

Trinidad, C., & Normore, A. H. (2005, Fall, “in press”). Leadership and gender: A dangerous liaison? Leadership and Organization Development Journal, Vol. 26 (6).
Walker, K.D. (1994) Notions of “ethical” among senior educational leaders. Alberta Journal of Educational Research. 40(1), 21-34.

Weick, K.E. (1982). Administering education in loosely coupled schools. Phi Delta Kappan. 63(10). 673-76.

Willower, D.J. (1993). A colleague of the written word. Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations. 8, (1) 58-61.

Willower, D.J. (1994). Values, valuation and explanation in school organizations. Journal of School Leadership. 4(5), 466-483.