Special Issues

Below is a list of Special Issues which have been dedicated to dialogue and debate on the relational approach.

 

Research in Educational Administration and Leadership – Vol. 4 Iss. 1

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The Problems and Possibilities of the Relational Approach: An Introduction to the Special Issue Scott Eacott

Starting Points for a Relational Approach to Organizational Theory: An Overview Scott Eacott

Moving Forward Amidst the Swirls: Reframing The Relational Approach as a Step ‘Beyond’ Leadership Jean Pierre ELONGA MBOYO

Leadership as a Relational Phenomenon: What This means in Practice Christopher M. BRANSON, Maureen MARRA

New Beginnings, Repeated: The Continuing Search for Educational Leadership İra BOGOTCH, Scott BAUER, Eleanor SU-KEENE

Educational Leadership Research: Is There a Compelling Reason to Change? David GURR

The Relational Approach and Social Epistemology in Educational Leadership: A Rejoinder Scott EACOTT

 

Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations – Vol. 25 Iss. 2

Eacott, S. (2016). Methodological notes on the study of educational administration and leadership relationally. Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations, 25(2), 3-14.

Riveros, G. (2016). Thinking relationally about the ‘school leader’. Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations, 25(2), 15-24.

Wallin, D. (2016). Productive conversations from a feminist perspective. Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations, 25(2), 25-40.

Oplatka, I. (2016). Educational administration and the relational approach: Can we suffice contextual-based knowledge production? Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations, 25(2), 41-52.

Crawford, M. (2016). How can both scholars and school leaders engage with educational leadership from a relationally perspective?. Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations, 25(2), 53-59.

Eacott, S. (2016). Advancing the relational research program. Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations, 25(2), 59-70.