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ERIC Number: ED095610
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974-Apr
Pages: 14
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The Measurement of Principal Rule Administration Behavior and Its Relationship to Educational Leadership.
Lutz, Frank W.; Caldwell, William E.
The theoretical and operational relevance of the school principal's rule administrative behavior is described. Lutz and Evans (1968) conducted field studies in six schools to determine if the types of rule administration identified by Gouldner (1954) had similar effects in education. Buttman-type scales were developed and utilized to determine the relationship between the principal's rule administration and his leadership (Lutz and McDaniel, 1972 and Caldwell and Spaulding, 1972). Data on all principals were factor-analyzed. The factors proved both strong and mutually exclusive. Scales were used to determine relationships between organizational variables. (Authors)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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