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The main focus of these interviews was a discussion of the decisions the primary study participant made regarding the process of redefining the school district organizational culture.
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The African-American female administrator served as the primary study participant. Three techniques, member checks, an audit trail, and triangulation, were used to ensure data credibility and integrity. Three additional secondary study participants, identified by the primary study participant, were interviewed.
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The framework of the study was established through a literature review that included the topics of school leadership issues impacting women; the development of an Afrocentric feminist epistemology, an African-American identity, and African-American socialization; and the effects of gender on the development of female self-concept and cognition.
Show full item record Abstract This case study examined the decisions made by an African-American female public school administrator as she attempted to redefine the organizational culture of a large, urban public school district. The researcher conducted 10 interviews with the primary study participant.
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These themes were matched to findings from other studies about African Americans and women. The researcher also observed the primary study participant for two eight-hour work days.
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Five major themes emerged from the data analysis.
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