A Historical Analysis of an Academic Field
193 Sources 1 EAQ is Educational Administration Quarterly whose editors are located in the USA. JEA is Journal of Educational Administration whose editor is located in Australia. EMAL is Educational Management, Administration and Leadership whose editor is located in England. 2 SLM is School Leadership and Management whose editor is located in the UK. LPS is Leadership and Policy in School whose editors are from the US and Canada during the writing of this book. IJLE is International Journal of Leadership in Education whose editor is located in the US but which is very internationally oriented, and IJEM is International Journal of Educational Management whose editor is from the UK, but it is also very internationally oriented. 3 Case, C.W., & Larson, R.L. (1973). Future cognition and educational leadership. JEA, 11(2), 22-30. 4 Harman, G.S. (1970). The politics of education in Australia. JEA, 8(1), 2-10. 5 Marden, R.H. (1965). The politics of education. EAQ, 1(20), 54-76. 6 Ewing, J.L. (1970). The control of education in New Zealand: Centrality with minimal recourse to party politics. JEA, 8(1), 41-52. 7 Bresnick, D. (1974). Cyclical renewal in a large city school district-decentralisation and the policy process. EAQ, 10(2), 19-34. 8 Smith, K.R. (1969). The validation of a morale measuring instrument. JEA, 7(1), 127- 136. 9 Campbell, W.J. (1965). School size: Its influence on pupils. JEA, 3(1), 3-17. 10 Smithson, A. (1977). Secondary school size: A continuing conundrum for administra- tors and planners. JEA, 15(2), 264-278. 11...
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