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Record identifier : 566055
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : SCHADE, JANE KRUIZENGA
Title and statement of responsibility : THE HOLISTIC PARADIGM: IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Arizona State University, 1980
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , Arizona State University
Summary or Abstract : The purpose of this study was to generate theoretical propositions regarding educational management through the use of grounded theory methodology. Procedures designed for the systematic generation of theory from qualitative data were used in the study.The sample for the study was selected according to the process of theoretical sampling. Data were collected through the use of unstructured taped interviews of nine subjects. The taped interviews were then transcribed so that both tapes and transcripts could be used in analysis of the data.The constant comparative method of analysis was used to elucidate the conceptual elements of the theory. This method integrates the coding and analysis of the data with the data collection to the fullest extent possible. The purpose is to develop theory systematically and to constantly redesign and reintegrate theoretical notions as the data are reviewed. A series of tentative conceptual categories was developed and incidents in the data were coded according to these categories. As the categories and properties of the theory developed, the theory was refined to clarify the logic, remove non-relevant properties and integrate details. The analysis was considered complete when it appeared that the categories had beome theoretically saturated--that is, when the data did not indicate any additional properties for the categories.The principal result of this study was the development of a theory of educational management made up of three interrelated categories, Purpose, Process and Relations. The ultimate conclusion drawn from the theory was a set of theoretical propositions related to the three categories. They were: (1) The purpose of educational management is to provide a service to others. (2) The establishment of a flexible, humane environment enhances the manager's ability to serve others in the organization. (3) Purpose is best achieved through control of processes rather than through control of people. (4) Power is an operational factor in the organizational setting. (5) Purpose may be achieved through the understanding and judicial use of power. (6) The process of educational management involves establishing and maintaining goal orientation within the organization. (7) Directing the organization toward its goals is a fluid process, responsive to change in the environment and the enterprise. (8) Consulting individuals and other sources of information is essential to the process of educational management. (9) Intuitive knowing is a valid aspect of the decision-making and problem-solving process. (10) Personal relations established within the organization facilitate the achievement of purpose. (11) Relations with others are established through availability. (12) Trusting others and earning others' trust enhances goal achievement. (13) Satisfaction is derived from relations with others in the organization. (14) Satisfaction is derived from the perceived relationship between the manager's effort and benefits to others..
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