School principals in Southern Thailand

  title={School principals in Southern Thailand},
  author={M. Brooks},
  journal={Educational Management Administration & Leadership},
  pages={232 - 252}
  • M. Brooks
  • Published 2015
  • Psychology
  • Educational Management Administration & Leadership
  • This article reports findings from a case study of school principals in Southern Thailand who work in areas targeted by Muslim separatist groups. Data were gathered and analyzed using a conceptual framework that conceived of trust as five interrelated constructs: benevolence, honesty, openness, reliability, and competence. This study builds on prior trust research by examining trust in a specific non-Western cultural context that is moderated by two cultural phenomena: violence and ethno… CONTINUE READING
    14 Citations

    Figures and Tables from this paper

    Islamic school leadership: a conceptual framework
    • 8


    The fragility of trust in the world of school principals
    • 53
    Building and sustaining successful principalship in England: the importance of trust
    • 46
    Unseen forces: The impact of social culture on school leadership
    • 159
    Trust in Schools: A Core Resource for School Reform.
    • 681
    • PDF
    Trust in schools: a conceptual and empirical analysis
    • 378
    • PDF
    Conspiracy of silence: The insurgency in southern Thailand
    • 14
    Improving schools : studies in leadership and culture
    • 26