Changing Role of Women in Education: Dialectic and Duality of the Organizational Power Ethos

McKay, Ruth
September 2001
Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences (Canadian Journal of;Sep2001, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p179
Academic Journal
Focuses on a study that presented an organizational framework of power in the education of women. Importance of education to a woman's life; Dimensions of power; Relationship between structure and agency related to the dimensions of power.


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