Evangelia Papaloi

Evangelia Papaloi
Hellenic Open University · School of Humanities

PhD. Education Sciences, Social Organisational Psychology

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The purpose of this research is to explore the characteristics of ethical leadership in in the field of education in Europe. In an era, when there are no transcendental principles and universally accepted values and, within organizations, a mainly "situational" and "procedural" ethics has been developed (Voyé, 1999), educational mission, goals and...
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Our focus is placed on the interplay between the broader policy context and the content of postgraduate studies in educational administration and leadership in an effort to understand how it influences the conscience of future school administrators about their role and mission. Specifically, the socio-cultural theory of Basil Bernstein is used for...
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Employee voice is a key-factor which fosters both personal and organisational development. However, in recent years, there is a concern since it appears that employees do not feel confident enough to speak out at work and hide their feelings and points. The scope of this research is to explore dimensions of organisational voice expressed by teacher...
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Cyprus belongs to the group of countries which were hardest hit by the economic recession in Europe. Real GDP sunk by almost 10%, resulting in a large increase in unemployment, wage cuts, reduced household consumption and a rise in poverty and social exclusion. The adverse effects of the crisis were amplified by austerity policies. The aim of the c...
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This research deals with Emotional Intelligence skills that are crucial for the pre-school manager and reveals the importance of Emotional Intelligence for school's unit functioning
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The main objective of this paper is to offer a discussion framework and arguments about how educational leaders can administer dynamic and sustainable educational organizations under the new circumstances of modern societies emphasizing on managing students’ social exclusion (at micro and macro-level), giving all actors involved the tools and skill...
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This research deals with the importance of the meaning in work in the field of Education and the role of educational leadership
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Given that social justice allows equal distribution of resources to all members, putting the emphasis on self-determination and interdependence (Bell, 1997), we foster the idea that, in educational context, social justice could be a key-concept promoting school’s mission and goals, opening the dialogue among all actors involved and enhancing studen...
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The study investigated young peoples’ sense of belonging to home country among Estonian (N= N=207), Greek (N=176), and Latvian (N= 200) young people. The first aspect of belonging to home country - identity fusion, was measured through the pictorial fusion scale (Inclusion of Other in Self Scale: Aron, Aron, & Smollan, 1992), and results indicated...
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The article argues that nowadays changes that have taken place with respect to the concept of European citizenship and identity in different countries can influence young peoples’ sense of belonging to their country as component of national identity.
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The study investigated young peoples’ sense of belonging to home country among Estonian (N= N=207), Greek (N=176), and Latvian (N= 200) young people. The first aspect of belonging to home country - identity fusion, was measured through the pictorial fusion scale (Inclusion of Other in Self Scale: Aron, Aron, & Smollan, 1992), and results indicated...
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The introduction of mentoring in the Greek educational system as well as the role of educational leadership are considered to be necessary and essential to the effective functioning of the school unit and its interaction with modern society’s challenges
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In this research, we try to depict deficiences and dysfunctions regarding democratic practices and citizenship education which are fostered through curricula and other activities in school
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In this paper we foster the idea that students’ life skills development for active citizenship in our diverse society would be an investment for organizational growth and societal prosperity.
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The aim of this paper is to to highlight the importance of organizational meaningfulness while we related this term with leadership choices, organizational processes and curricula
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This paper fosters the idea that it is absolutely necessary for organizations to support leaders' soft skills development
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In this research, we attempt to explore the identities and the degree of commitment of the teachers - philologists serving in high schools in times of crisis
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The main purpose of this study is to explore teachers’ and school leaders’ opinions regarding the impact of the economic crisis on the proper functioning, the attitudes and the cooperation within educational units.
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This study attempts to shed light on and explore the perceptions and the beliefs of teachers and school managers of public and private secondary schools regarding the role and identities of leaders as well as their importance and contribution to the successful educational management.
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Building on research and measures on solitude, ethical leadership theories, and decision making literatures, we propose a conceptual model to better understand processes enabling ethical leadership neglected in the literature. The role of solitude as antecedent is explored in this model, whereby its selective utilization focuses inner directionalit...
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We propose a theoretical model in which we describe the role that solitude can play for authentic leadership development.

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