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Advancing Women in Leadership

http://www.advancingwomen.com/awl.html

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.

Recent Articles:

* Where Have All the Smart Women Gone?
* Violence(s) and Silence(s) in Engineering Classrooms
* Adjusting to a New Society: A Study of Educated Chinese
Women's Acculturation in the United States
* Gender, Culture, and Language in School Administration: Another
Glass Ceiling for Hispanic Females
* Title IX of the United States Education Amendments: A
Gender-Equity Education Intervention Strategy

Contact:

Editors, edu_bid@shsu.edu

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