Collaborative Action Learning and Leadership: A Feminist/Indigenous Model for Higher Education
Academic Leadership - Online Journal,
Vol. 3 No. 3 (2002): Vol-3-Issue-3-March-2002
Reference to Indigenous principles has relevance to CALL and to this essay regarding Fielding
Graduate University. In 2001-2002, Fielding Graduate University ranked number one in the nation for
the number of doctoral degrees conferred to American Indians. Making reference to Indigenous factors
in CALL may stimulate readers to look to Indigenous studies when seeking further information.
Traditional Indigenous cultures deeply understand the power of the feminine principle in organizing a
healthy society in ways similar to how ELC approaches issues and transforming communities
(Johansen 2005). On the other hand, Western cultures tend not to understand, even when women rise
to positions of leadership (Wajcman and Martin 2002, 985-1002).
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