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A Study on the Dimensions of Leadership Practices with Respect to their Significance Difference

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Dept. of Education, M.N.R.P.G. Teacher Education College, Osmania University, Hyderabad, Telangana, INDIA

Res. J.Educational Sci., Volume 3, Issue (9), Pages 8-11, November,1 (2015)


This study tried to find the existence of any significant difference in the dimensions of the construct leadership practices. For this purpose, the Student Leadership Practices Scale - Self, prepared by Kouzes, J.M., and Posner, B.Z., for high school and college students, was administered on students of VIIIth and IXth classes from a secondary school located in Bal Nagar area of Hyderabad city, Telangana, India. For descriptive analysis, mean and standard deviation were used. As part of the use of inferential statistics, One-way Repeated Measures ANOVA was carried out and the level of significance was chosen to be 0.05, using SPSS ver.20. Significant differences were found among the dimensions the construct Leadership Practices.


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