Women High School Principals: Perspectives on Role Conflict, Role Commitment, and Job Satisfaction:

@inproceedings{Eckman2002WomenHS,
  title={Women High School Principals: Perspectives on Role Conflict, Role Commitment, and Job Satisfaction:},
  author={Ellen Wexler Eckman},
  year={2002}
}
This study is an investigation of women high school principals in terms of the challenges they face, role conflicts they experience, their role commitment, and their job satisfaction. The purpose i... 

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