Empirical Understanding of School Leaders' Ethical Judgements: Applications of the Ethical Perspectives Instrument

Ori Eyal*, Izhak Berkovich

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Abstract

This volume offers a holistic, empirically grounded examination of the factors which influence educational leaders' ethical judgments in their day-to-day work in schools. Drawing on a range of quantitative studies, the text utilizes organizational psychology to explore multiple ethical paradigms. It considers social aspects including ethnicity, gender, hegemony-minority relations, and leadership styles which influence and drive ethical judgment patterns employed by educators and principals. The book ultimately demonstrates the Ethical Perspectives Instrument (EPI) as an effective tool for the assessment of various ethical viewpoints and their interactions, suitable for application to diverse cultures and socio-educational circumstances. An important study of the leaders' ethics and preparation in handling marginalized populations, this book will be valuable for academics, researchers, and graduate students working in the fields of educational leadership, organizational psychology, and the sociology of education.

Original languageAmerican English
PublisherTaylor and Francis
Number of pages170
ISBN (Electronic)9781000439021
ISBN (Print)9781032192307
DOIs
StatePublished - 30 Dec 2022

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