Academy of Educational Leadership Journal

Published semiannually by Allied Academies, the Academy of Educational Leadership Journals is a peer-reviewed journal with articles focusing on education and educational leadership.

Articles from Vol. 17, No. 3, 2013

Adapting the Marketing Educational Environment for Multi-Cultural Millennials: The Chinese Experience
ABSTRACTPurpose of the Study: Marketing educators must adapt their teaching methodologies to reach technology savvy millennials. The task becomes increasingly complex when teaching multi-cultural millennial students for whom English is a second language.Method/Design...
A Demographic Analysis of Graduate Programs in Higher Education Administration in the United States
ABSTRACT:This paper explores the history of Higher Education as a field of study as described in the literature and uses this as a foundation to explore the current context of graduate programs in higher education administration through a descriptive...
Career Concerns of Chinese Business Students in the United States: A Qualitative Study
ABSTRACTThis paper aims to explore factors that impact the career concerns of Chinese business students in American higher education. To gain an in-depth understanding of this issue, a series of interviews were conducted to explore the career concerns...
Cheating in Higher Education: The Case of Multi-Methods Cheaters
ABSTRACTCheating in academia has been the focus of several studies, mainly trying to determine how often students cheat. This paper examines a different approach, as we not only surveyed the level of cheating occurring in university setting, but also...
Developing a Written Research Productivity Policy for a Department of Accounting: A Case Study
ABSTRACTThe purpose of this paper is to report on experiences at the University of Wyoming, Department of Accounting when developing a written research productivity policy for use in tenure and promotion and workload assignment decisions. We discuss...
Doctoral Training in Teaching and Preparedness of Early-Career Marketing Educators
ABSTRACTA survey of 96 recent marketing PhD graduates from 60 universities investigated the degree of teacher training in doctoral programs. The early-career professors also reported perceptions of their teaching preparation and performance. The data...
Leadership Education and Gender Roles: Think Manager, Think "?"
ABSTRACTSince the early 1970s the issue of gender stereotypes and leadership characteristics has been a much researched topic in the management literature. However, much of the research used to create this knowledge foundation was conducted using a questionable...
Learning through Narratives: The Impact of Digital Storytelling on Intergenerational Relationships
ABSTRACTNarrative theory and narrative performance theory is often used as a theoretical framework for exploring and understanding how intergenerational storytelling builds relationships within a family unit. Multimedia digital storytelling (DST) is...
Web 2.0 Implementation: An Analysis of Aacsb Accredited Schools of Business from an International Perspective
ABSTRACTPrevious studies have demonstrated that electronic social networking is becoming an important aspect of the business and social world. One important question is whether institutions of higher learning have decided to implement these technologies...

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