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Author Taysum, Alison
Title Investing in Our Education : Leading, Learning, Researching and the Doctorate
Imprint Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2014
©2014
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Descript 1 online resource (279 pages)
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Series International Perspectives on Higher Education Research Ser. ; v.13
International Perspectives on Higher Education Research Ser
Note Cover -- Investing in Our Education: Leading, Learning, Researching and the Doctorate -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Introduction: Investing in Our Education? Leading, Learning, Researching and the Doctorate -- Educational Leadership, Management and Administration and International Doctoral Study -- Aims, Purposes and Impact of the Doctorate as a Public Good -- Structure of the Book -- References -- Academic and Professional Knowledge in the Professional Doctorate -- Academic and Professional Knowledge -- The Professionalization and Bureaucratization of the Doctorate -- Sites of Knowledge-Production -- Concluding Thoughts -- References -- Doctoral Study in Challenging Times: Entrenching Banality or Revitalising Prospects for 'Wicked' Intellectual Work. The Case of Educational Administration -- Introduction -- Wicked and Banal -- Nesting EA -- EA and University Education -- The Academe -- Doctoral Education -- 'An Easy Doctorate'? -- Educational Administration (EA) -- Leadership for Learning and Social Justice -- Methodology and Method -- Interview Overload -- Summary -- Revitalising Scholarship -- References -- Leadership: Skilled Manager or Virtuous Professional? -- Introduction: A Bit of History -- Theory behind the Changes -- Unseen Consequences -- An Educational Practice -- Ethics -- Conclusion -- References -- New Directions for the Doctoral Thesis -- Introduction -- Conception -- Supervision -- Upgrade and Examination -- Some Technical and Design Issues -- Storage and Dissemination -- How Do These Changes Affect Knowledge Production and Use? -- The End of Transcription? -- New Communities of Knowledge -- Public Engagement -- Implications for Policy, Educational Leadership, Management -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References
Western Doctoral Programmes as Public Service, Cultural Diplomacy or Intellectual Imperialism? Expatriate Educational Leadership Teaching in the United Arab Emirates -- Introduction -- Contextualising the Discussion in the UAE -- Construction of the Three Metaphors as Ideal Types -- Metaphors Applied to Levels of Educational Experience -- The Personal Level: Existential, Phenomenological and Hermeneutic -- The Pedagogical Level: Hermeneutic, Interactional, Legitimating, Reproductive -- The Political Level: Entente, Rapprochement or Global Monopolism? -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Can We Impact Leadership Practice through Teaching Democracy and Social Justice? -- Purpose -- Methodology and Participants -- The Educational Context -- Student Outcomes -- Examining the Survey Data -- Delving Deeper -- Achieving Deeper Understanding -- Acquiring Language and New Paradigms -- Feeling Confused and Overwhelmed -- Preparing for Action -- Taking Action -- Discussion: Increasing the Potential Impact of Graduate Programs -- Going Beyond -- Notes -- References -- The Education Doctorate (Ed.D.) and Educational Leader Dispositions and Values in England and the United States -- Introduction -- Signature Pedagogies -- The Impact of Inquiring into Values Systems through Doctoral Signature Pedagogies -- Research Questions -- Methodology -- Findings -- The Case of Martina: The Teacher Activist -- Research Disposition: Credibility -- Values: Respect and Inclusion -- Impact of the Program -- Locating Martina on a Typology of Educational Leaders' Cultural Development as Ed.D. Signature Pedagogy -- Maya, the Transformative Leader -- Research Disposition: Credibility -- Values: Respect and Inclusion -- Impact of the Program -- Locating Maya on a Typology of Educational Leaders' Cultural Development as Ed.D. Signature Pedagogy
Comparing the Case of Maya and Martina -- Research Disposition: Credibility -- Values: Respect and Inclusion -- Impact of the Program -- References -- Democratic Citizenship Education and Islamic Education: On Sceptical Doctoral Encounters -- On the Commensurability Between Islamic Education and Democratic Citizenship Education: Implications for the Doctorate -- A Sceptical Doctoral Encounter: On the Manifestation of Autonomous Action (ijtihad), Deliberative Engagement (shura) and Recognition of the Other (tàaruf) -- Acknowledging Humanity within the Other -- Attachment with a Readiness for Departure -- Responsibility to the Other -- Implications of Autonomous Action (ijtihad), Deliberative Engagement (shura) and Recognition of the Other (tàaruf) for Liberal Education and the Work of Muslims Advocating for Cosmopolitan Enactments -- Biographical Note -- References -- Developing Nodes in Leading Networks of Knowledge for Leader and Leadership Development: Some African Students' Perspective On Their Experience of Doctoral Education -- Introduction -- Background -- The Significance of the Doctorate -- Africa and the Doctorate -- Conceptual Framework -- Leadership and Doctoral Education -- Conceptualising the International/African Doctoral Student -- Research Approach -- Methodology -- Sampling -- Access, the Survey and Interview -- Data Analysis -- Trustworthiness Features and Limitations of the Study -- Ethical Considerations -- Findings -- The Structure of the Doctoral Programme at Oxford University -- Doctoral Education as Acquisition of Knowledge and Capabilities for Professional Leadership Trajectories -- Doctoral Education as Creator of Learning Communities, Networks and Relationship Resources for Leadership Development -- The Doctoral Student as a Developing Node in Leading Knowledge Networks
Doctoral Education as Progression from the Self to the Relational and to the Collective for Leader and Leadership Development -- Doctoral Education as Action Learning for Leader and Leadership Development -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- Investing in Our Education? Leading, Learning, Researching and the Doctorate -- Introduction -- Moving Non-Medical Healthcare Education out of the NHS and into Higher Education -- The Rise of New Managerialism within Higher Education -- The Role of the Middle Manager -- Middle Managers within Non-Medical Healthcare Education -- Identity and the Concept of Self -- Role Distance and Role Ambiguity -- A Case Study of HE Middle Managers in a School of Healthcare -- The Relationship between Self, Professional Identity and Role -- Identity and the Concept of Self -- Professional Identity -- Role -- Conclusions -- References -- Conclusions: The Doctoral Dividend -- Leading, Learning, Researching -- Educating Educators: Now Parochial, Going Systemic or Staying Personal? -- Mobilizing Knowledge Management: Technologies, Turnabouts and Trade -- Digging for the Doctoral Dividend - Prospecting for Knowledge -- Re-Envisioning the Doctorate and Professional Learning -- References -- About the Authors -- Index
This book is an edited collection of chapters from academic leaders and doctoral researchers in the field that records a coherent journey through the purposes, pedagogies and impact of doctoral study as a key contributing force in managing education for the public good
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Taysum, Alison Investing in Our Education : Leading, Learning, Researching and the Doctorate Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited,c2014 9781784411329
Subject Education, Higher -- Research.;Doctor of philosophy degree.;Educational leadership
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Alt Author Rayner, Stephen
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