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- Shattering the Myths: Women in Academe
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Shattering the Myths: Women in Academe
Fitzgerald, Tanya, Women in higher education. Leadership is not just a work of being a leader, it is a leadership that creates the attributes of "success" and "desirable".
Leadership has the potential to be very attractive, but it is not immediately attractive to women, especially those who bear the burden of family responsibilities and household responsibilities, and who find it difficult to find a place to command. But despite almost gloomy research evidence, women hold high leadership positions in higher education , whatever their numbers are. There may be little doubt that universities benefit from diversity in their students and staff.
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This book deals with central questions. Who are the women who succeed and occupy elite leadership positions in universities?
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How can their leadership be shaped by the institutional climate?