Gender and Management Issues in Education: An International Perspective

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Trentham, 1998 - Social Science - 145 pages
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Issues of internationality, management, gender and education are brought together in these case studies from Bangladesh, the Caribbean, England, Indonesia and Southern Africa. The authors explore concepts of leadership, the influence of language, culture and religion on gender relations, the forms of discrimination and its effects, and consider mentoring and other action for change.

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Pat Drake is a lecturer at the University of Sussex Institute of Education.

Pat Owen holds her doctoral & master's degree in health care administration from the University of Minnesota. She has published numerous articles on chemical dependency & is a regular presenter at national conferences. Owen is currently employed as the director of the Butler Center for Research & learning at the Hazelden Foundation in Center City, Minnesota.

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