Ambiguous Empowerment: The Work Narratives of Women School Superintendents

Ambiguous Empowerment: The Work Narratives of Women School Superintendents

Ambiguous Empowerment: The Work Narratives of Women School Superintendents

Ambiguous Empowerment: The Work Narratives of Women School Superintendents

Synopsis

This work examines the contradictory experiences of power and subjection as experienced by women school superintendants. It draws on interviews with professional women of various ethnic and racial backgrounds heading schools in rural, small-town and urban districts across the United States.
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