Institutions' Espoused Values Perceived by Chinese Educational Leaders

Nicholas Sun-Keung Pang, Ting Wang

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Abstract

This paper presents some key findings of a quantitative study which assessed a
group of Chinese educational leaders’ value orientations. A survey instrument “The
Institutional Values Inventory” was used to investigate their perspectives on the
values espoused by their institutions in terms of traditional Confucian ethics and
values of hierarchical relationship, collectivism, humanism, and self-cultivation. It
discusses implications for leadership preparation and practice in an increasingly
globalized context
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Perspectives on Education
Subtitle of host publicationBCES Conference Books
EditorsNikolay Popov, Charl Wolhuter, Bruno Leutwyler, Gillian Hilton, James Ogunleye, Patricia Albergaria Almeida
Place of PublicationSofia, Bulgaria
PublisherBulgarian comparative Education Society
Pages175-181
Number of pages7
Volume10
ISBN (Print)9789549290813
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Sun-Keung Pang, N., & Wang, T. (2012). Institutions' Espoused Values Perceived by Chinese Educational Leaders. In N. Popov, C. Wolhuter, B. Leutwyler, G. Hilton, J. Ogunleye, & P. A. Almeida (Eds.), International Perspectives on Education: BCES Conference Books (Vol. 10, pp. 175-181). Sofia, Bulgaria: Bulgarian comparative Education Society.