Call for Manuscripts
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Critical Research: Postmodern Methodologies
for the Examination
of Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Gender in Education Adjusting
to a New Society:
A Study of Educated Chinese Women's Acculturation in the
Gaile S. Cannella, Ed.D.
Preventing the Spread of HIV
from Unprotected Sex and Intravenous Drug Use
Among Black Women Through Community-Based Intervention and
Dashiel Geyen, Ed.D., M.P.H.;Ingrid Fisk-Holmes, M.P.H.
H.Mark Guidry,M.D., M.P.H. & Janice M. Beal, Ed.D
An Analyses of Federal Initiatives
to Support Women's
Upward Mobility in Educational Administration
Sandra Lee Gupton, Ph.D. & Rose Marie Del Roasario,
Exploring the Dilemmas of
Leadership: Voices from the Field
Linda Hampton Wesson, Ph.D
The Juxtaposition of Career
A Dilemma for Professional Women
Regina M. Watkins, Margie Herrin, Lonnie R. McDonald
Exploratory Study Regarding
the Status of Women's Educational Administrative Support Organizations
Beverly J. Irby, Ed.D & Genevieve Brown, Ed.D.
Highly Successful Women Administrators
The Inside Story of How They Got There
Sandra Lee Gupton & Gloria Appelt Slick
A Book Review Kimberly Griffith, Ph. D. & Janice P.Thompson
Meet the Publisher
Advancing Women in Leadership
Editorial Advisory Board andEditorial
AWL Journal , No.
1 Spring 1997
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AWL Journal Volume
1, Number 2, Winter 1998
Advancing Women in Leadership represents the first on-line
professional, refereed journal for women in leadership. The journal
publishes manuscripts that report, synthesize, review, or analyze
scholarly inquiry that focuses on women's issues. The Editors invite
authors from all professional fields to submit manuscripts regarding
women's professional issues for review for publication in the journal.
If a scholar from the field in which an individual submits is not
represented among the Editorial Review Board, additional professional
reviewers will be secured and noted in the respective journal.