O'Kane, Robert

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The use of biographical data for a better understanding of leadership 1984 302 One infrequently used method of studying leaders and leadership, which is wholistic in nature, is the analysis of sociological, psychological, and biographical data of persons assumed to have been leaders by virtue of their positions or legacies. Usi...
A study of the relationships between managerial styles and moral reasoning 1978 99 This dissertation explores the relationship between managerial styles of school administrators and their levels and stages of moral reasoning. The selected population served as school administrators during the 1977- 1978 school year. The determinatio...
An interpretive analysis of some basic assumptions of academic advising at a large university 1985 42 The purpose of this study was to make a critical analysis of six assumptions relating to the operations, functions, and practices of undergraduate academic advising in a large university. The analysis was based on university policies of academic advi...
Reflections on a reality : the decline of female administrators in the public schools of North Carolina 1985 79 The number of female administrators in the public schools of North Carolina and the nation has significantly declined in the past fifty years. The purpose of this inquiry was to identify the major factors that have contributed to this problem. Inform...
The relationship between teaching experience and effective administrative behavior 1985 53 The purpose of this study was to examine the possible relationship between two variables, years of teaching experience and administrative behavior. The common practice of boards of education requiring teaching experience as one of the criteria necess...