Experiencing and exercising power: A study of men and women middle managers in education and public administration.

Roberta J. Russell
This study focused on the early career socialization experiences of men and women who currently hold middle management positions with the federal government or with school systems to determine how those experiences influence their use of power. The theoretical and conceptual framework for the study emerged from the sociology of Georg Simmel (Simmel, 1902, 1950, 1984; Levine, 1971) and the concepts of tokenism (Kanter, 1977a); organizational socialization (Ortiz, 1982; Pfeffer, 1982); and organizational and individual...
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