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Evans, Linda – Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 2022
This article is exploratory and experimental. It starts from the premise that leadership scholarship is a site of disagreement, where mainstream claims are challenged by critical scholars. Some criticism focuses on conceptual clarity, and incorporates consideration of who should be categorised as a leader, and on what basis, and whether it is…
Descriptors: Instructional Leadership, Scholarship, Epistemology, Beliefs
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Carrigan, Mark – Globalisation, Societies and Education, 2022
Social media has figured prominently in two literatures in recent years: the rise of authoritarian populism and the desirability of publicly engaged scholarship. This paper connects these two usually isolated areas of study through comparison of the role social media plays in each, identifying a tendency to avoid the complexity of this influence…
Descriptors: Political Attitudes, Social Media, Authoritarianism, Role
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Raina, Dhruv – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2022
The nineteenth century has been characterised as a period in which mathematics proper acquired a disciplinary and institutional autonomy. This article explores the intertwining of three intersecting worlds of the history of mathematics inasmuch as it engages with historicising the pursuit of novel mathematics, the history of disciplines and, more…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mathematics Education, Educational History, Historiography
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Hoffman, August John – Research Ethics, 2022
The purpose of the traditional peer review process (TPR) is to provide a more constructive and scientifically rigorous critical review of scholarly research that builds scientific rigor and validity within diverse academic disciplines. Peer review has received criticism as the demand for publications in a variety of competitive journals has…
Descriptors: Peer Evaluation, Communication (Thought Transfer), Scholarship, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Bosanquet, Agnes; Fredericks, Vanessa – Higher Education Research and Development, 2022
What has been the contribution of "Higher Education Research & Development" (HERD) to feminist scholarship? This analysis utilises Acker and Wagner's definition of feminist scholarship as having the following characteristics: puts women and gender at the centre of analysis, deconstructs unequal power relations, works toward improving…
Descriptors: Feminism, Scholarship, Periodicals, Higher Education
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Macfarlane, Bruce – Higher Education Research and Development, 2022
This paper explores the ideological orientations of higher education (HE) researchers in the form of a visual map, including three principal 'islands' -- "Pragmatists Peninsula," "Reformists Rock" and "Dystopians Retreat." The development of the HE research field in general, illustrated by the last 40 years of…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Research, Ideology, Educational Researchers
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Taylor, Zach – College and University, 2021
M. Yvonne Taylor and Dr. Joshua Childs, both of The University of Texas at Austin, are two scholars who believe in the power of op-eds, especially as they draw attention to systemic inequity and the movement of U.S. society toward liberty and justice for all. In this interview, they articulated how op-eds can deliver timely, expert opinions on hot…
Descriptors: Opinions, News Media, Tenure, Faculty Promotion
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Rall, Raquel M.; Morgan, Demetri L.; Commodore, Felecia – Innovative Higher Education, 2022
Despite the emergence of new scholarship, public higher education boards in the United States remain relatively under-investigated. While the literature on higher education governance and boards, in particular, tends to profess these knowledge gaps repeatedly, few works have scratched the surface as to why our understanding of boards is so…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Public Colleges, Governing Boards, Governance
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Nowell, Lorelli; Dhingra, Swati; Kenny, Natasha; Jacobsen, Michele; Pexman, Penny – Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education, 2021
Purpose: Many postdoctoral scholars are seeking professional learning and development (PLD) opportunities to prepare for diverse careers, roles and responsibilities. This paper aims to develop an evidence-informed framework for PLD of postdoctoral scholars that speaks to these changing career paths. Design/methodology/approach: This paper used an…
Descriptors: Professional Development, Research, Scholarship, Postdoctoral Education
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Mahon, Áine; Henry, Seán – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2022
This paper explores the nature of academic research in the Humanities. It questions whether such scholarship has been instrumentalised to a narrowly individualistic, short-termist and action-orientated pursuit -- whether, in simpler terms, there is too much writing and not enough reading. In the first part of the paper, the authors argue that such…
Descriptors: Journal Articles, Writing for Publication, College Faculty, Educational Philosophy
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Glaveanu, Vlad Petre; Hanchett Hanson, Michael; Baer, John; Barbot, Baptiste; Clapp, Edward P.; Corazza, Giovanni Emanuele; Hennessey, Beth; Kaufman, James C.; Lebuda, Izabela; Lubart, Todd; Montuori, Alfonso; Ness, Ingunn J.; Plucker, Jonathan; Reiter-Palmon, Roni; Sierra, Zayda; Simonton, Dean Keith; Neves-Pereira, Monica Souza; Sternberg, Robert J. – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2020
This manifesto, discussed by 20 scholars, representing diverse lines of creativity research, marks a conceptual shift within the field. Socio-cultural approaches have made substantial contributions to the concept of creativity over recent decades and today can provide a set of propositions to guide our understanding of past research and to…
Descriptors: Creativity, Sociocultural Patterns, Scholarship, Futures (of Society)
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Amey, Marilyn J.; Garza Mitchell, Regina L.; Rosales, Jesenia; Giardello, Katherine J. – New Directions for Community Colleges, 2020
A cumulative reading of this volume indicates the need to rethink what it means to be in the organizational middle. In this final chapter, we draw from the lived experiences, research, and scholarly perspectives described throughout the volume to posit a reconceptualization of midlevel leadership and considerations for its future.
Descriptors: Middle Management, Leadership, Definitions, Educational Research
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Thomas, Jafra D.; Uwadiale, Akuekegbe Y.; Watson, Nikki M. – Quest, 2021
Thirty-nine years ago, Bain and Poindexter (1981) implored higher educators of kinesiology to develop curricula that prepare students to use what they learn in practical ways. Lay resource material, however, often fails to meet metrics for adequate-to-optimal readability, regardless of who produces them. Research suggests that many people trained…
Descriptors: Kinesiology, Readability, Communication (Thought Transfer), Scholarship
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Brammer, Leila R. – Communication Education, 2021
The dynamic nexus of communication, democracy, and education expressed in the classic liberal arts trivium--logic, grammar, and rhetoric--underscores the interdependent iterative connection between thinking, writing, speaking, and listening. As indicated in rhetoric's inclusion in the trivium, communication instruction, theory, and practice…
Descriptors: Communication (Thought Transfer), Democracy, Citizen Participation, Education
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Greenhow, Christine; Gleason, Benjamin; Staudt Willet, K. Bret – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2019
This conceptual exploration revisits a key question from earlier work (Greenhow & Gleason, 2014): What is scholarship reconsidered in the age of social media? "Social scholarship" is a framework that expanded Boyers' (1990) conceptualization of scholarship to consider how social media affect discovery and research, teaching and…
Descriptors: Scholarship, Social Media, Educational Technology
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