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ERIC Number: ED012175
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 11
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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE JUNIOR COLLEGE DEAN'S LEADERSHIP BEHAVIOR.
CARSON, J. O.; SCHULTZ, RAYMOND E.
PRESIDENTS, DEPARTMENT HEADS, AND STUDENT LEADERS FROM 20 PUBLIC 2-YEAR COLLEGES FILLED OUT A QUESTIONNAIRE WHICH INDICATED THEIR PERCEPTIONS OF AND EXPECTATIONS FOR THE LEADERSHIP BEHAVIOR OF THEIR DEANS. THE DEANS THEMSELVES DESCRIBED WHAT THEY THOUGHT TO BE THEIR OWN BEHAVIOR. THE LEADER BEHAVIOR DESCRIPTION QUESTIONNAIRE DEVELOPED BY THE PERSONNEL RESEARCH BOARD AT OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY WAS THE FORM EMPLOYED. THE LEADERSHIP BEHAVIOR OF DEANS WAS FREQUENTLY PERCEIVED BY PRESIDENTS DIFFERENTLY FROM THE WAY IT WAS PERCEIVED BY STUDENT LEADERS. THIS DISCREPANCY POINTED TO ROLE CONFLICTS FOR THE DEANS. BOTH THE STUDENT LEADERS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS EXPECTED MORE LEADERSHIP QUALITIES THAN THEY PERCEIVED IN THE DEANS, POINTING TO THE NEED FOR GREATER COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THESE GROUPS. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN "THE JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL EDUCATION," VOLUME 32, NUMBER 4, SUMMER 1964. (AD)
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Identifiers: LEADER BEHAVIOR DESCRIPTION QUESTIONNAIRE