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EDHE 6080: Community College Leadership: Required Readings

useful library information for EDHE 6080, Community College Leadership, Mayra Olivares-Urueta, PhD

Required Readings for EDHE 6080

Andersen, S. K., & Davies, T. G. (2000). An ethical decision-making model: A necessary tool for community college presidents and boards of trustees. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 24(9), 711–727.

Anderson, S. K., Lujan, L. & Hegeman, D. L. (2009). Prepared for Challenges: The Importance of a Professional and Institutional Ethical Identity. New Directions for Community Colleges 148, 17–29.

Ayers, D.F. and Gonzales, L.D. (2020), Emotional Labor and Midlevel Leadership. In R. L. Garza-Mitchell and P. Eddy (Eds.) Midlevel Leadership. New Directions for Community Colleges. No. 191. (pp. 43-55).  San Francisco, CA Jossey-Bass. 

Garza Mitchell, R. L. (2012). Doing the right thing: Ethical leadership and decision making. In P. L. Eddy (Ed.), Leading for the Future: Alignment of AACC Competencies with Practice. New Directions for Community Colleges, 159, 63–72.

Gilbert, C. K. & Heller, D. E.  (2013).  Access, equity, and community colleges: The Truman Commission and federal higher education policy from 1947 to 2011. The Journal of Higher Education 84(3), 417 – 443.

Gonzales, S. R. (2019). A Leg to Stand On: Developing Core Beliefs and a Leadership Philosophy for Sound Ethical Decision‐Making.  New Directions for Community Colleges, 185, 43 – 51. 

Harbour, C. P., & Day, M. (2009). Negotiating the community college institutional accountability environment: A Deweyan perspective. New Directions for Community Colleges, 148, 5–15.

Koos, L. V. (1928). Recent growth of the junior college. The School Review, 36(4), 256–266.

Kotter, J. P. (1990, May - June). What leaders really do.  Harvard Business Review.  103 – 111.  (Reprint 90309).

McGowan, J. J. (2007, January). Swimming with the Sharks: Perspectives on Professional Risk Taking.  Journal of the Medical Library Association 95(1), 104 – 113.

Onken, W. & Wass, D. L. (1999, November – December). Management Time. Who’s Got the Monkey? Harvard Business Review. 179 – 186.  (Reprint 99609).

Rodriguez, S., Garbee, K., Miller, R., & Saenz, V. (2017). How community colleges in Texas prioritize resources for Latino men. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 42(4), 229–244. 

Smith, D. A. & Fox, E. (2019). Ethical Decision‐Making Needs for Emerging Community College Leaders. New Directions for Community Colleges, 185, 75 – 87. 

Smith, D. A., Fox, E., & Harbour, C. P. (2019). Integrating AACC’s Competences for Community College Leaders into Community College Leadership Graduate Programs. Journal of Applied Research in the Community College, 26(2), 119 – 128

Vaughan, G. B. (1985). Maintaining open access and comprehensiveness. In D. Puyear (Ed.), Maintaining institutional integrity. New Directions for Community Colleges, No. 52. (pp. 17-28). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Wood, J. L., & Hilton, A. A. (2012). Five ethical paradigms for community college leaders: Toward constructing and considering alternative courses of action in ethical decision making. Community College Review, 40(3), 196–214. 

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