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Discretionary behavior and performance in educational organizations [electronic resource] : the missing link in educational leadership and management

Discretionary behavior and performance in educational organizations [electronic resource] : the missing link in educational leadership and management

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E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Duyer, Ibrahim. Normore, Anthony H.
Title Statement
Discretionary behavior and performance in educational organizations [electronic resource] : the missing link in educational leadership and management / edited by Ibrahim Duyar, Anthony H. Normore.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Bingley, U.K. :   Emerald,   c2012.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (xxiii, 342 p.) : ill.
Series Statement
Advances in educational administration,1479-3660 ; v. 13
ISBN
9781780526430 (electronic bk.)
요약
The purpose of this volume is to contribute for the development of a parsimonious and coherent theory/understanding in discretionary behavior in organizations, educational organizations in particular. The volume will set a stage for the discussion of significance and timeliness of discretionary behavior towards solving long lasting issues in educational organizations. The volume also will create an environment where the future discourse and direction of discretionary behavior in educational organizations are discussed.
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
ch. 1. The relationship between the four branch model of emotional intelligence and discretionary behavior of university educators / David L. Turnipseed, Elizabeth VandeWaa -- ch. 2. Teachers' organizational citizenship behavior : an empirical examination of the subjective and dynamic nature of the boundary between in-role and extra-role behavior / Elena Belogolovsky, Anit Somech -- ch. 3. Organizational citizenship behaviors of teachers : antecedents, transformational leadership, and contradictions / Nancy L. Ras -- ch. 4. Performance beyond expectations / Ibrahim Duyar, Anthony H. Normore -- ch. 5. Relationship between demographic variables and organizational citizenship behavior among community college lecturers / Noriah Abdul Malek, Fatt Hee Tie -- ch. 6. Nature of leadership discretions and sustainability of education innovations : critical connections / Tamara Savelyeva, Yeung Lee -- ch. 7. Coalface academic leadership in Australian higher education : discretionary behaviour through empowerment / Judy Nagy -- ch. 8. What we do here is who we are / Nancy L. Ras -- ch. 9. The relationship between organizational justice, organizational trust and organizational citizenship behaviors in secondary schools in Turkey / Kursad Yilmaz, Yahya Altinkurt -- ch. 10. Teachers supervising teaching assistants : assigned role or discretionary behaviour? : reflections from the United Kingdom / Jill Morgan, Betty Y. Ashbaker -- ch. 11. The possible consequences of organizational citizenship behaviors in drug and alcohol prevention education : some insights from Israeli teachers and principals / Izhar Oplatka -- ch. 12. What do we know about assistant principals? : a cross-national examination of the factors affecting task performance, discretionary performance, and future career aspirations of assistant principals / Ibrahim Duyar, Inayet Aydin.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
School management and organization.
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Table of Contents

FRONT COVER -- DISCRETIONARY BEHAVIOR AND PERFORMANCE IN EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: THE MISSING LINK IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT -- COPYRIGHT PAGE -- CONTENTS -- DEDICATION -- LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS -- FOREWORD -- References -- INTRODUCTION -- References -- PART I: THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF DISCRETIONARY BEHAVIOR -- Chapter 1 The relationship between the four branch model of emotional intelligence and discretionary behavior of university educators -- Emotional intelligence -- Perception of Emotion -- Using Emotion -- Understanding Emotion -- Managing Emotion -- Methods -- Procedure -- Samples -- Measures -- Traditional Organizational Citizenship Behavior -- University-Specific Discretionary Behaviors -- Emotional Intelligence -- Analysis -- Results -- Combined Sample -- Emotional Intelligence and Discretionary Behavior -- Correlations -- Regression Results: Traditional OCB -- Regression Equations: University-Specific Discretionary Behaviors -- Results: Nursing Professors -- Correlations -- Regression Equations: Traditional OCB -- Regression Equations: University-Specific Discretionary Behaviors -- Results: Business Professors -- Correlations -- Regression Equations: Traditional OCB -- Regression Equations: University-Specific Discretionary Behaviors -- Discussion -- Combined Sample -- The Unique Cases of Nursing and Business -- Summary -- Practical Implications -- Limitations -- Future Study -- References -- Chapter 2 Teachers’ organizational citizenship behavior: an empirical examination of the subjective and dynamic nature of the boundary between in-role and extra-role behavior -- Theoretical background -- Purpose of the research -- Conceptual framework -- Research questions -- Study 1: The dynamic nature of teachers’ IRB-ERB boundary -- Conceptual Framework -- Method -- Sample and Procedure -- Measures -- Level of Analysis -- Results -- Descriptive Statistics -- Tests of the First Research Question -- Discussion -- Study 2: The subjective nature of teachers’ IRB-ERB boundary -- Conceptual Framework -- Method -- Sample and Procedure -- Measures -- Level of Analysis -- Results -- Descriptive Statistics -- Tests of the Second Research Question -- Discussion -- General discussion and conclusions -- Managerial Implications -- Limitations and Future Research -- References -- Chapter 3 Organizational citizenship behaviors of teachers: Antecedents, transformational leadership, and contradictions -- Introduction -- In pursuit of discretionary behaviors -- Teacher cultural values -- Collectivism in organizations -- Leading and transforming -- Drawing conceptual lines -- Limitations and suggestions for further research -- Summary and conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 4 Performance beyond expectations: a closer look at teachers’ task performance, discretionary performance, and career aspirations -- Introduction -- Theoretical foundations -- Teachers’ Work Performance -- Teachers’ Task Performance -- Teachers’ Discretionary.
Performance -- Teachers’ Career Aspirations -- Teachers’ Self-Efficacy and Collective Efficacy -- Transformational Leadership -- Perceived Organizational Support -- Conceptual model -- Methods -- Instrumentation -- Data Analysis -- Findings -- Conclusions, implications, and limitations -- References -- Chapter 5 Relationship between demographic variables and organizational citizenship behavior among community college lecturers -- Introduction -- Background to the study -- Purpose of the study -- Research Questions -- Significance of the Study -- Review of Literature -- Demographic Variables and Organizational Citizenship Behavior -- Method -- Subjects -- Results -- Reliability -- Correlations among the Variables -- Relationship between Demographic Variables and Organizational Citizenship Behavior -- Conclusion and implications -- References -- PART II: APPLICATIONS OF DISCRETIONARY BEHAVIOR IN EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS -- Chapter 6 Nature of leadership discretions and sustainability of educational innovations: critical connections -- Background of the study and literature review -- Discretion and Innovation -- Ecological Frameworks and Approaches -- The research scope -- Purpose -- Conceptual framework -- e-leadership enhancement project -- Methods -- Data Collection and Instrumentation -- Data Analysis -- Results -- Domain One: Shared Vision -- Domain Two: Empowerment -- Domain Three: Institutional Commitment -- Domain Four: Collaboration -- Domain Five: School Culture -- Criterion One: Focusing on Students’ Needs -- Discussion -- Sustainability of Innovation and Discretionary Behavior -- Principle of Emergence -- Principle of Spatial Relationships and Disturbances -- Principle of Diversity -- Leadership Environment and Discretionary Behavior -- Discretionary Alignment -- Discretion as Phronesis -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 7 Coalface academic leadership in Australian higher education: discretionary behaviour through empowerment -- Background to the study -- Purpose -- Conceptual framework -- Academic Leadership -- Organisational Management -- OCB towards the Institution -- OCB towards a Team -- OCB towards Students -- Methods -- Interviews -- Interview Findings and Discussion -- Survey -- Survey Findings and Discussion -- Results and discussion -- Conclusions and implications -- Note -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 8 What we do here is who we are: teacher discretionary behavior as social identification -- Introduction -- The social IDENTITY approach -- Enculturation – a social identity approach to teacher socialization -- Data and Methods -- Organizational Context -- Data Sources -- Interviews -- Observation -- Documentary Analysis -- Questionnaire -- Social Network Analysis (SNA) -- Data and Analysis -- Vignette - LT -- Instrument #1: Teaching Goals -- Instrument #2: Social Network Analysis -- Discussion -- Limitations and avenues for future research -- Epilogue -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 9 The r.
elationship between organizational justice, organizational trust and organizational citizenship behaviors in secondary schools in Turkey -- Introduction -- Literature review -- Organizational Justice -- Organizational Trust -- Organizational Citizenship -- The secondary education system in Turkey -- School administration in Turkish context -- Theoretical and conceptual framework -- Purpose of the study -- Research design and methodology -- Sampling Procedures and Participants -- Data Gathering Tools -- Data Analysis -- Results -- Conclusion and discussion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 10 Teachers supervising teaching assistants: assigned role or discretionary behaviour? Reflections from the United Kingdom -- Background -- Supervision -- Supervision: a wider view -- Required or discretionary role? -- The role of higher education and teacher training -- Conceptual framework -- Current research -- Potential obstacles to effective supervision -- Persistent themes -- Conclusions and implications -- Notes -- References -- PART III: CONCLUSIONS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH -- Chapter 11 The possible consequences of organizational citizenship behaviors in drug and alcohol prevention education: some insights from Israeli teachers and principals -- Introduction -- Consequences of organizational citizenship behavior -- The research on teacher OCB -- Research methods -- Context -- Participants -- Participant Selection -- Procedure -- Findings -- Self-Fulfillment -- Public Recognition for the Teacher’s Unique Contribution -- A Sense of High Work Effectiveness -- Negative Relationships with the Staff -- Depletion of Personal Energy -- The Familial Price -- Concluding comments -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 12 What do we know about assistant principals? A cross-national examination of the factors affecting task performance, discretionary performance, and the future career aspirations of assistant principals -- Introduction -- Theoretical foundations -- Task Roles and Performances of Assistant Principals -- Discretionary Behaviors and Performances of Assistant Principals -- Future Career Aspirations of Assistant Principals -- Personal Initiatives of Assistant Principals -- Perceived Organizational Support -- National Origins of Assistant Principals -- Conceptual and measurement model -- Methods -- Participants -- Instrumentation -- Data Analysis -- Findings -- Conclusions, implications, and limitations -- Recommendations for policy and future research -- References -- AUTHOR BIOGRAPHIES -- INDEX -- .

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