"Race, Gender, and Leadership" [NOOK Book]

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Much has been written about a model of leadership that emphasizes women's values and experiences, that is in some ways distinct from male models of leadership. This book redirects the focus to a view of leadership as a multicultural phenomenon that moves
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Overview

Much has been written about a model of leadership that emphasizes women's values and experiences, that is in some ways distinct from male models of leadership. This book redirects the focus to a view of leadership as a multicultural phenomenon that moves
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781410611253
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
  • Publication date: 9/15/2004
  • Series: LEA's Communication Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 303 KB

Table of Contents

Contents: Preface. Introduction: Re-Envisioning Leadership in the Postindustrial Era. Part I: The Need for Race- and Gender-Inclusive Visions of Leadership in the Postindustrial Era. Visions of Leadership in Traditional (White Masculine) and (White) Feminine Leadership Approaches: A Review and Critique. A Meaning-Centered Approach to Leadership in the Postindustrial Era: A Critical Feminist Perspective. Part II: African American Women: An Untapped Source of Leadership Knowledge. The Seeds of a Tradition of Leadership: Resisting Discourses of "Black Women as Fallen Womanhood/Black Women as 'Natural' Laborers" During U.S.-Institutionalized Slavery. Forging a Tradition of Leadership: Resisting Discourses of "Black Women as Marginal Workers" From Legal Emancipation Through the Civil Rights Movement. Part III: African American Women Executives and 21st-Century Organizational Leadership: Deconstructing "Masculine" and "Feminine" Leadership, Embracing Duality in Leadership Practice. Re-Envisioning Instrumentality as Collaboration. Embracing Duality in Leadership Practice: Re-Envisioning Control as Empowerment and Community Building. Organizational Leadership Communication in the 21st Century: Toward Inclusive Leadership Theory, Research, and Practice. Appendix A: Interview Protocols.
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