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junior high school principal
The purpose of this study was to analyze the differences between junior high school male and female principals’ leadership behaviors . The focus of analyses was laid on five dimensions: interpersonal interaction , professional development, curriculum and teaching, administrative operation, and vision and culture. The sample for this study consisted of 152 public junior high school principals. Only those who worked in Taipei County, Taipei City, Taoyuan County, Hsinchu County and Maioli County were selected as subjects. All the subjects were tested with Questionnaire of Junior High School Principals Leadership Behaviors. The data obtained were statistically treated by descriptive statistics, t-test and one-way ANOVA for multiple comparisons. The main findings of this study were as follows： 1.As a whole, junior high school principals’ leadership behaviors were in an active state. 2.There was significant difference between junior high school male and female principals’ leadership behaviors, including in two dimensions, “interpersonal interaction” and “vision and culture.”. Furthermore, the score of male principals was higher than that of female principals. 3.There was no significant difference in junior high school principals’leadership behaviors with diverse background variables (age, teaching experience, period of being a principal, academic background, scale of the school, location of the school, and school history). 4.Junior high school male principals focused on the leadership behaviors in “interpersonal interaction” dimension; female principals focused on those in “professional development” dimension. 5. Junior high school male and female principals relatively ignore the behaviors in “curriculum and teaching” dimension.
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