You Have to be a Servant of All: Melanesian Women’s Education Leadership Experiences

AUTHOR(S)
Jane Strachan
Shalom Akao
Bessie Kilavanwa
Daisy Warsal
Culture

The authors argue that recent research on women and educational leadership in the developed world has become central in the field of researching women and educational leadership. Other research – that undertaken in the developing world – has been rendered peripheral, sitting on the margins fighting for space and visibilty. Consequently, theories are often developed from research undertaken in Western contexts and seldom have a ‘click of recognition’ for researchers in Melanesia. Specific context research is need so that theories and strategies are grounded in grassroots experience.

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Submitted by Toksave
March 25, 2021
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