Gender studies, Feminism, Educational leadership, Public relations and Pedagogy are her primary areas of study. In general Gender studies study, her work on Gender identity often relates to the realm of Pain and pleasure, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Her study looks at the intersection of Feminism and topics like Social science with Diversity, Social movement, Self-interest and Democracy.
Her Educational leadership research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Transactional leadership, Servant leadership, Leadership, Shared leadership and Leadership studies. Her Public relations research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Critical discourse analysis and Period. Her research integrates issues of Surprise, Passion and Counterintuitive in her study of Pedagogy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Pedagogy, Public relations, Gender studies, Higher education and Educational leadership. Her Pedagogy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mathematics education and International education. Jill Blackmore has included themes like Social relation, Curriculum and Social change in her Gender studies study.
Her Comparative education study in the realm of Higher education connects with subjects such as Diversity. Jill Blackmore interconnects Servant leadership, Social psychology, Leadership and Leadership studies in the investigation of issues within Educational leadership. In general Feminism, her work in Feminist theory is often linked to Power linking many areas of study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social justice, Gender studies, Public administration, Autonomy and Public education. Her Gender studies study combines topics in areas such as Higher education, Feeling and School education. Her studies deal with areas such as Subject and Educational governance as well as Public administration.
Her primary areas of study are International education, Employability, Economic growth, Feeling and School education. Her International education study incorporates themes from Cultural competence, Internationalization and Curriculum. Feeling is closely attributed to Gender studies in her research.
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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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