Jill Blackmore connects relevant research areas such as Structuralism (philosophy of science), Post structuralism, Critical theory, Judgement, Performative utterance, Quality (philosophy), Certainty, Dilemma and Pluralism (philosophy) in the domain of Epistemology. Her Epistemology research extends to the thematically linked field of Quality (philosophy). Her Politics research also covers Disenchantment and Collective action studies. Her Politics research extends to Disenchantment, which is thematically connected. She connects relevant research areas such as Perspective (graphical), Selection (genetic algorithm) and Embodied cognition in the realm of Artificial intelligence. She regularly links together related areas like Artificial intelligence in her Perspective (graphical) studies. Many of her studies on Social science apply to Discipline and Qualitative research as well. Jill Blackmore integrates many fields, such as Qualitative research and Social science, in her works. In the field of Linguistics she connects related research areas like Government (linguistics) and Covert.
In her works, Jill Blackmore performs multidisciplinary study on Law and Public administration. While working on this project, Jill Blackmore studies both Pedagogy and Educational leadership. She undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Social science and Pedagogy through her works. In her research, Jill Blackmore performs multidisciplinary study on Public relations and Law. Her research brings together the fields of Economic growth and Higher education. Economic growth and Higher education are commonly linked in her work. Her Work (physics) study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Mechanical engineering. The study of Mechanical engineering is intertwined with the study of Work (physics) in a number of ways. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Paleontology and Context (archaeology).
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Troubling women : feminism, leadership, and educational change
Answering Back: Girls, Boys and Feminism in Schools
Jill Blackmore;Jane Kenway;Leonie Rennie;Sue Willis.
Performing and Reforming Leaders: Gender, Educational Restructuring, and Organizational Change
Jill Blackmore;Judyth Sachs.
Leadership for Social Justice: A Transnational Dialogue.
Journal of Research on Leadership Education (2009)
Deconstructing Diversity Discourses in the Field of Educational Management and Leadership
Educational Management Administration & Leadership (2006)
Academic Pedagogies, Quality Logics and Performative Universities: Evaluating Teaching and What Students Want.
Studies in Higher Education (2009)
Leadership for Socially Just Schooling: More Substance and Less Style in High-Risk, Low-Trust Times?.
The Journal of School Leadership (2002)
Globalisation and the Restructuring of Higher Education for New Knowledge Economies: New Dangers or Old Habits Troubling Gender Equity Work in Universities?
Higher Education Quarterly (2002)
Leading as emotional management work in high risk times: the counterintuitive impulses of performativity and passion
School Leadership & Management (2004)
Making ‘Hope Practical’ Rather than ‘Despair Convincing’: feminist post‐structuralism, gender reform and educational change
Jane Kenway;Sue Willis;Jill Blackmore;Leonie Rennie.
British Journal of Sociology of Education (1994)
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