Books

  1. Normore, A.H., Long, L., & Javidi, M. (forthcoming, 2019).The handbook of research on strategic communication, leadership, and conflict management in modern organizations. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishers
  2. Normore, A.H., Issa Lahera, A., & Zoller, K. (forthcoming, 2019). Voices leading from the ecotone. Word and Deed Publishing, Inc., Burlington, Ontario.
  3. Normore, A.H., Brooks, J.S., & Sum, N. (forthcoming, 2019). Globalization, neoliberalism and education: Teaching, learning and leading in the world schoolhouse. Charlotte, NC: Information Age publishing.
  4. Normore, A.H., & Issa Lahera, A. (2018). Crossing the bridge of the digital divide: A walk with global educators. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  5. Brooks, J.S., & Normore, A.H. (2018). Leading against the grain: Lessons from visionaries for creating just and equitable schools. New York, NY: Teachers College Press
  6. Brooks, J.S., & Normore, A.H. (2018). Foundations of educational leadership: The key to developing excellent and equitable schools. New York, NY: Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
  7. Normore, A.H., & Issa Lahera, A. (2017). Restorative practice meets social justice: Un-silencing the voices of “at-promise” student populations. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. 
  8. Anderson, T., Gisborne, K., & Holliday. P., et. al. (2017). Every officer is a leader: Coaching leadership, learning and performance in justice, public safety, and security organizations (3rd Edition). Holly Springs, NC. International Academy of Public Safety.  www.CommandCollege.org/eoil/ 
  9. Normore, A.H., & Brooks, J. S. (2016). The dark side of leadership: Identifying and overcoming unethical practice in organizations. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.
  10. Normore, A.H., Javidi, M., & Long, L. (2016). The handbook of research on effective communication, leadership, and conflict resolution. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishers
  11. Watson, T., & Normore, A.H. (2016). Racially and ethnically diverse women leading education: A worldview. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.
  12. Anderson, T. (1993-2016). The leadership skills inventory (other version). Abbotsford, B.C.: Consulting Resource Group International, Inc.
  13. Anderson, T. (1992-2016). The leadership skills inventory (self-version). Abbotsford, B.C.: Consulting Resource Group International, Inc.
  14. Anderson, T.D., & RobinsonE.T. (1987-2016). The personal style indicator. Abbotsford, BC: Consulting Resource Group International, Inc.
  15. Anderson, T.D., & RobinsonE.T. (1987-2016). The personal style indicator in-depth interpretation. Abbotsford, BC: Consulting Resource Group International, Inc.
  16. Anderson, T.D., & RobinsonE.T. (1987-2016). The personal style indicator leader’s manual. Abbotsford, BC: Consulting Resource Group International, Inc.
  17. Anderson, T.D., & RobinsonE.T. (1987-2016). The job style indicator. Abbotsford, BC: Consulting Resource Group International, Inc.
  18. Anderson, T.D., & Wares, B. (1987-2016). The sales style indicator. Abbotsford, BC: Consulting Resource Group International, Inc.
  19. Anderson, T.D., & Wares, B. (1987-2016). The sales style indicator in-depth interpretation. Abbotsford, BC: Consulting Resource Group International, Inc.
  20. Anderson, T.D., & Wares, B. (1987-2016). The sales style indicator. Abbotsford, B.C.: Consulting Resource Group International, Inc.
  21. Faulkner, G., & Anderson, T. (1990-2016). The stress indicator and health planner. Abbotsford, B.C.: Consulting Resource Group International, Inc.
  22. Gray, W., & Anderson, T. (1988-2016). Mentoring style indicator. Vancouver, B.C.: International Institute for Mentoring.
  23. Shenson, H., & Anderson, T. (1988-2016). Entrepreneurial style and success indicator. Abbotsford, B.C.: Consulting Resource Group International, Inc.
  24. Shenson, H., & Anderson, T.  (1988-2016). Entrepreneurial style and success indicator in-depth interpretations. Abbotsford, B.C: Consulting Resource Group International, Inc.
  25. Normore, A.H., Ehrensal, P., First, P., & Torres, M. (2015). Legal frontiers in education: Complex law issues for leaders, policymakers and policy implementers, Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  26. Erbe, N., & Normore, A.H. (2015). Cross-cultural collaboration and leadership in modern organizations. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishers
  27. Esposito, M.C., & Normore, A.H. (2015). Inclusive practices and social justice leadership for special populations in urban settings: A moral imperative. Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Information Age Publishing.
  28. Normore, A.H., Javidi, M., Anderson, T., Normand, N., Hoina, C., & Scott, W. (2014). Moral compass for law enforcement professionals. Holly Springs, NC: International Academy of Public Safety.
  29. Issa Lahera, A., Hamdan, K., & Normore, A.H. (2014). Pathways to excellence: Developing and cultivating leaders for the classroom and beyond’. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  30. Keis, K. & Javidi, M. (2014).  Deliberate leadership:  Creating success through personal style. Altona, CA: CRG Publishing.
  31. Normore, A.H., & Brooks, J.S. (2014). Educational leadership for social justice: Views from the social sciences. Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Information Age Publishing.
  32. Anderson, T., Bohl, K., & Samimi, S. (2013). Student success: Managing your future through success at college or university and beyond. Victoria, Canada: Trafford Publishing.
  33. Normore, A.H., & Erbe, N. (2013). Collective efficacy: Interdisciplinary perspectives on international leadership. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  34. Anderson, T., Gisborne, K., & Holliday. P. (2012a). Every officer is a leader: Coaching leadership, learning and performance in justice, public safety, and security organizations. Bloomington, IN: Trafford Publishing.
  35. Anderson, T., Gisborne, K.D., & Halliday, P.N. (2012b). Every officer is a leader: Coaching executive, team and organizational transformation for continuous improvement.  Victoria, Canada:  Trafford Publishing.
  36. Sanzo, K., Myran, S., & Normore, A.H. (2012). Successful school leadership preparation and development: Lessons learned from US DoE School Leadership Program Grants. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  37. Duyar, I., & Normore, A.H. (2012). Discretionary behavior and performance in educational organizations: The missing link in educational leadership and management. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  38. Fitch, B.D., & Normore, A.H. (2012). Education-based incarceration and recidivism: The ultimate social justice crime-fighting tool. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Information Age Publishers.
  39. Normore, A.H., & Fitch, B.D. (2011). Leadership in education, corrections, and law enforcement: A commitment to ethics, equity, and excellence. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  40. Normore, A.H. (2010). Global perspectives on educational leadership reform: The development and preparation of leaders of learning and learners of leadership. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  41. Jean-Marie, G., & Normore, A.H. (2010). Educational leadership preparation: Innovative and interdisciplinary approaches to the Ed.D and graduate education. New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan.
  42. Collard, J., & Normore, A. H. (2009). Leadership and intercultural dynamics. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Information Age Publishers.
  43. Normore, A.H. (2008). Leadership for social justice: Promoting equity and excellence through inquiry and reflective practice. Inaugural Book for Book series sponsored by AERA SIG Leadership
  44. Anderson, T., Gisborne, K.D., & Halliday, P.N. (2006). Every officer is a leader: Coaching executive, team and organizational transformation for continuous improvement.  Victoria, Canada:  Trafford Publishing.

Articles

  1. Ellis, B., Normore. A.H., & Javidi, M. (in review, 2019). Confidence without competence: A dangerous recipe for tactical considerations. Police Chief Magazine
  2. Macaulay, L., & Normore, A.H. (fall, 2018). A leadership perspective on restorative approaches to social justice: When the perpetrator is the ‘circle’. Journal of Authentic Leadership in Education
  3. Normore, A.H., & Issa Lahera, A. (spring, 2019). Evolutionary context of educational leadership. Journal of Educational Administration and History
  4. Ellis, B., Normore, A.H., Javidi, M. (fall, 2018). Why bundling beliefs and values undermines the community policing conversation. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. Available[Online]: https://leb.fbi.gov
  5. Primicerio, J., & Normore, A.H. (fall, 2018). Historical context of policing and community relations: An American perspective. Police Chief Magazine. Available [Online]: http://www.policechiefmagazine.org
  6. Ellis, B., A.H., & Javidi, M. (2018). Auftragstaktik’: Building organizational leadership through mission control. The Tactical Edge (National Tactical Officers Association), 2018, 82-86, Available[online]: http://public.ntoa.org/default.asp?action=issue&year=2018&season=3%20-%20Summer&pub=Tactical%20Edge
  7. Conroy, R., Turner, T., Javidi, M., & Bar-On, R. (2018). Applying Key Predictors of Star Performance in Law Enforcement. Law Enforcement Today. Available [Online]: https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/applying-key-predictors-of-star-performance-in-law-enforcement/  
  8. Ellis, B., Normore, A.H., & Javidi, M. (2018). Getting Left of Boom: Troubleshooting Poor Outcomes. Law Enforcement Today (LET): The Law Enforcement Community. Available [Online]: https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/getting-left-boom-troubleshooting-poor-outcomes/
  9. Ellis, B., A.H., & Javidi, M. (2018). How leadership training is an effective tool against civil liability. Police Chief Magazine. Available[online]: http://www.policechiefmagazine.org/police-leadership-training-effective-tool-against-civil-liability/
  10. Ellis, B., Javidi, M., & Normore, A.H. (2018). The toxicity of the spiteful leader. Law Enforcement Today. Available[online]: https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/toxicity-spiteful-leader/
  11. Normore, A.H., Hamdan, K., & Esposito, M.C. (in press, 2018). Guest Editors: Cross-cultural leadership development programs: International perspectives. Journal of Educational Administration and History. Available [Online]: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cjeh20/current
  12. Brooks, J.S., Normore, A.H., & Wilkinson, J. (2017). Guest Editors: Educational leadership and demographic change: Perspectives on diversity, im/migration and change from cities around the world. International Journal of Educational Management. Available [Online]: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/toc/ijem/31/5 
  13. Brooks, J.S., Normore, H., & Wilkinson, J. (2017). School leadership, social justice and immigration: Examining, exploring and extending two frameworks. International Journal of Educational Management, 31(5), 679 – 690. Available[Online]: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/toc/ijem/31/5
  14. Ellis, B., Normore, A.H., & Javidi, M. (2017). Technical and tactical philosophy in policing: Making vision statements intentional. California Police Officers Association. Available[Online]: https://cpoa.org/technical-tactical-philosophy-policing-making-vision-statements-intentional/
  15. Arey, J.B., Wilder, A.H., Normore, A.H., Ianazzo, M., & Javidi, M. (2016). Crisis intervention teams: An evolution of leadership in community and Policing: An International Journal of Policy and Practice. Available [Online]: http://policing.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2015/11/26/police.pav037.abstract?keytype=ref&ijkey=FLSVtADJNlJLoVn
  16. Hamdan, K., & Normore, A.H. (2016/2017).Guest Editors: Leadership for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM): Building a global community and a biome of our humanity. Journal of Authentic Leadership in Education. Available [Online]: http://csle.nipissingu.ca/jale.htm 
  17. Javidi, M. & Heal, S. (2016).  Adaptive decision making as a deliberate counter VUCA tactic. Law Enforcement Today (LET): The Law Enforcement Community. Available [Online]: https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/adaptive-decision-making-as-a-deliberate-counter-vuca-tactic/
  18. Normore, A.H., (2016). Leadership and management: Fraternal twins in law enforcement, Police Chief Magazine: International Association of Chiefs of Police. Available[Online]:http://www.policechiefmagazine.org/leadership-and-management-fraternal-twins-in-law-enforcement/
  19. Normore, A.H., Ellis, B., & Bone, D. (2016). The defragmentation of mental health services, police, and the homeless. Policing: An International Journal of Policy and Practice. Available [Online]: http://policing.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2015/10/30/police.pav035.abstract?keytype=ref&ijkey=86JJ9LJWuuLpXa6
  20. Pittaro, M., & Normore, A.H. (2016). Human trafficking: The “dark figure” of crime for international law enforcement leadership. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. Available[Online]: https://leb.fbi.gov/2016/june/international-efforts-by-police-leadership-to-combat-human-trafficking
  21. Zinger, D., & Normore, A.H. (2016). The STEM lab school: Providing support for teacher candidates in alternative certification Programs. Journal of Authentic Leadership in Education, 4(2), 1-15. Available [Online]: http://csle.nipissingu.ca/jale.html
  22. Bone, D., Normore, A.H., & Javidi, M. (2015). Human factors: police leaders improving safety while developing meaningful public trust. FBI Law Enforcement Journal. Available [Online]: https://leb.fbi.gov/2015/december/human-factors-in-law-enforcement-leadership
  23. Brooks, J.S., & Normore, A.H. (2015). Guest Editors: Research methods in educational leadership: Looking forward to an era of innovative inquiry. International Journal of Educational Management 29(7). Available[Online]: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/toc/ijem/29/7
  24. Brooks, J.S., & Normore, A.H. (2015). Qualitative research and educational research: Essential dynamics to consider when designing and conducting studies. International Journal of Educational Management, 29(7), 798-807. Available[Online]: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/toc/ijem/29/7
  25. Ellis, B. (2015). The leadership lesson of love. California Peace Officers Association.Available [Online]: https://cpoa.org/leadership-lesson-love/
  26. Ellis, B., & Javidi, M. (2015a). Blitz leadership: Directing values today. Law Enforcement Today. Available
    [Online]: https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/blitz-leadership-directing-values-today/
  27. Ellis, B., & Javidi, M. (2015b). Capturing the moment: Counter-VUCA leadership for 21stcentury policing.  Law Enforcement Today.  Available [Online]:  http://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/2015/12/02/capturing-the-moment-counter-vuca-leadership-for-21st-century-policing/
  28. Ellis, B., & Morgan, C. (2015). Stretching efforts to success. California Peace Officers Association. Available [Online]: http://californiapeaceofficer.org/2015/11/stretching-effort-to-success/
  29. Ellis, B., & Normore, A.H. (2015). Has the term law enforcement run its course in police agencies? Law Enforcement Today (LET): The Law Enforcement Community. Available [Online]: http://www.lawenforcementtoday.com
  30. Ellis, G., & Normore, A.H. (2015). Performance management strategies for effective leadership in law enforcement: An accountability process. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. Available [online]: http://leb.fbi.gov/2015/february/performance-management-strategies-for-effective-leadership-an-accountability-process
  31. Issa Lahera, A., Normore, A.H., & Zoller, K. (2015). Making leadership and school improvement work in Los Angeles school. NASSP’s Principal Leadership, 15(7), 39-45.
  32. Javidi, M. & Ellis, B. (2015).  Capturing the moment: Counter-VUCA leadership for 21stcentury policing. Law Enforcement Today (LET): The Law Enforcement Community. Available [Online]:  https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/capturing-the-moment-counter-vuca-leadership-for-21st-century-policing/
  33. Normore, A.H. (2015). Guest editor: Developing, growing, preparing, and supporting educators in underserved urban schools: A California perspective on school leadership. Journal of Authentic Leadership in Education. Available[Online]: http://csle.nipissingu.ca/JALE/Vol4No2.pdf   
  34. Normore, A.H., Javidi, M., & Anderson, T. (2015). Developing future police leaders. Blue Line: Canada’s National Law Enforcement Magazine. Available [Online]: http://blueline.ca/
  35. Watt, R., Javidi, M., & Normore, A.H. (2015). Identifying and combatting organizational leadership toxicity. California Peace Officer: Journal of California Law Enforcement, 49(2)
  36. Zoller, K., Issa Lahera, A., & Normore, A.H. (2015). Adapting and adjusting leadership through communicative intelligence. Journal of Staff Development: The Learning forward Journal, 32 (5), 34-38. Available[Online]: http://learningforward.org/publications/jsd/jsd-blog/jsd/2015/10/22/jsd-october-2015-pathways-to-leadership#.VimtZk3n-M9
  37. Abaya, J., & Normore, A.H. (2014). The contextual impact on school leadership in Kenya and need for trust formation. Journal of Planning and Changing, 45 (3/4), 285-310
  38. Brooks, J.S., Normore, A.H., & Jean-Marie, G. (2014). Guest Editors: Educational leadership and conflict in international contexts. Planning and Changing, 45 (3/4).
  39. Bone, D., & Normore, A.H. (2014). Progressive law enforcement leaders effectively manage departmental risk. Law Enforcement Today (LET): The Law Enforcement Community. 
  40. Scott, W., Normore, A.H., & Javidi, M. (2014). Striving for educational excellence in law enforcement leadership: The case of Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office. Law Enforcement Today (LET): The Law Enforcement Community. Available [Online]: https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/striving-for-educational-excellence-in-law-enforcement-leadership-the-case-of-jefferson-parish-sheriffs-office/
  41. Ellis, B. (2014). Making policing a movement. Journal of California Law Enforcement. Available [Online]: http://californiapeaceofficer.org/2015/01/making-policing-a-movement/
  42. Ellis, B., & Normore, A.H. (2014a).Police leadership: Connecting with communities through a partnership initiative. Peace Officers Research Association of California Law Enforcement. Available[Online]: http://porac.org/
  43. Ellis, B., & Normore, A.H. (2014b). Community-oriented policing: The power of collaboration. Law Enforcement Today (LET): The Law Enforcement Community. Available[Online]: https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/community-oriented-policing-the-power-of-collaboration/
  44. Ellis, G., & Normore, A.H. (2014). A self-assessment for law enforcement leadership improvement: The 6 traits of a successful police leader. Law Enforcement Today (LET): The Law Enforcement Community. Available[Online]: https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/a-self-assessment-for-law-enforcement-leadership-improvement-the-6-traits-of-a-successful-police-leader/
  45. Irwin, J., & Normore, A.H. (2014). The ladder principle in police management: Shakedown style, pragmatic bureaucrat, and the real manager. Law Enforcement Today (LET): The Law Enforcement Community. Available [Online]:https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/the-ladder-principle-in-police-management-shakedown-style-pragmatic-bureaucrat-and-the-real-manager/
  46. Klopovic, J, & Hoina, C. (2014).  Returning home for good: Is it reentry or really post-release aftercare?  Police Chief Magazine. Available[Online]: http://www.policechiefmagazine.org/returning-home-for-good/
  47. Normore, A.H., & Perez, M. (2014). Reducing police misconduct by developing and growing ethical leaders. California Peace Officer: Journal of California Law Enforcement, 48(4) 6-10.
  48. Zoller, K., Normore, A.H., & MacDonald, S. (2014). Adaptive leadership from the frontline law enforcement supervisor. Police Chief: International Association of Chiefs of Police. Available[Online]: http://www.policechiefmagazine.org
  49. Ellis, B. (2013a). Do our assumptions disable us? Law Enforcement Today. Available [Online]: http://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/2013/02/17/do-our-assumptions-disable-us/
  50. Ellis, B. (2013b). Neighborhood watch and civic involvement: Good for your health.  Law Enforcement Today. Available [Online]: http://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/2013/04/12/neighborhood-watch-and-civic-involvement-%E2%80%93-good-for-your-health/
  51. Ellis, B. (2013c). 11 ways to make your beat safer. com. Available [Online]: www.policeone.com
  52. Ellis, B. (2013d). Thinking outside Peel’s police role. Law Enforcement Today. Available [Online]: http://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/2013/10/26/thinking-outside-peel%E2%80%99s-police-role/
  53. Issa Lahera, A., & Normore, A.H. (2013). A culture of continuous improvement for improved educational leadership development and training. Policy Analysis for California Education (PACE). Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Research Center.
  54. Scott, K., & Normore, A.H. (2013). The impact of accelerated learning on student achievement in community college: A case study. Journal of Applied Research in the Community College, 20(2), 15-28.
  55. Zoller, K., Normore, A.H., & Harrison, E. (2013). Leadership thinking: A discipline of the mind for the effective law enforcement supervisor. Journal of Authentic Leadership in Education, 2(4), 1-10. Available [Online]:
  56. Choate, B., Normore, A.H., & Bates, D. (2012). Maximizing Education Reaching Individual Transformation (M.E.R.I.T.): A groundbreaking leadership development program for inmates in Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Law Enforcement Today (LET): The Law Enforcement Community. Available[online]: https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/maximizing-education-reaching-individual-transformation-merit/
  57. Normore, A.H., & Issa-Lahera, A. (2012). Striving for authenticity in leadership program development and implementation: Transforming a community of professional practice. Journal of Authentic Leadership in Education, 2(2), Available [On-line]: http://csle.nipissingu.ca/JALE/JALE_Vol2Num2Online.pdf
  58. Abaya, J. O., & Normore, A. H. (2010). No strangers in this school: How school principals can honor community and public relations that support multicultural students. Journal of School Public Relations, 31(1), 189-204.
  59. Brooks, J. S., & Normore, A.H. (2010). Educational leadership and globalization: Literacy for a glocal perspective. Educational Policy: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Policy and Practice, 24(1), 52-82.
  60. Jean-Marie, G., & Normore, A. H. (2010). The impact of relational leadership, social justice, and spirituality among female secondary school leaders. International Journal of Urban Educational Leadership 4(1), 22-43.
  61. Normore, A. H., & Ilon, l. (2010). Global educational leadership for Innovation and change. The International Journal of the Humanities, 8(2), 129-140.
  62. Jean-Marie, G., Normore, A.H., & Brooks, J. (2009). Leadership for social justice: Preparing 21st century school leaders for a new social order. Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 4(1): Available [online]: http://www.ucea.org/current-issues/
  63. Normore, A.H. (2008). Guest Editor: Revisiting the scope and nature of values-and ethics-based educational leadership. Journal of School Leadership, 18(4).
  64. Normore, A.H., & Jean-Marie, G. (2008). Female secondary school leaders: At the helm of social justice, democratic schooling, and equity. Leadership and Organizational Development Journal, 29(2), 182-205.
  65. del Val, R.E., & Normore, A.H. (2008). Leadership for social justice: Bridging the digital divide. University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA, International Journal of Urban Educational Leadership, 2, 1-15. Available [On-line]: http://www.uc.edu/urbanleadership/current_issues.htm
  66. Jean-Marie, G., & Normore, A. H. (2008). A repository of hope for social justice: Black women leaders at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. In A.H. Normore (Ed.), Leadership for social justice: Promoting equity and excellence through inquiry and reflective practice (pp. 3-36). Information Age Publishers. Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
  67. Normore, A.H., & Blanco, R. (2008). Leadership for social justice and morality: Collaborative partnerships, school linked services and the plight of the poor. In A. H. Normore (Ed.), Leadership for social justice: Promoting equity and excellence through inquiry and reflective practice (pp. 215-252). Information Age Publishers. Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
  68. PaulDoscher, S., & Normore, A.H. (2008). The moral agency of the educational leader in times of national crisis and conflict. Journal of School Leadership, 18(1), 8-42.
  69. Riaz, O., & Normore, A.H. (2008). Examining the spiritual dimension of educational leadership. University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA), Journal of Values and Ethics in Educational Administration, 6(4), 1-8.
  70. Brooks, J.S., Jean-Marie, G., Normore, A.H., & Hodgins, D. (2007). Distributed leadership for social justice: Equity and influence in an urban high school. Journal of School Leadership, 17(4), 378-408.
  71. Normore, A.H. (2007a). Special Issue Guest Editor: Leadership for learning in the context of social justice: An international perspective. Journal of Educational Administration, 45(6). Available [On-line]: https://emeraldinsight.com/toc/jea/45/6
  72. Normore, A. H. (2007b). A continuum approach for developing school leaders in a large urban school district. UCEA Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 2(3). Available [On-line]: http://www.ucea.org/JRLE/issue.php
  73. Normore, A.H., & Paul Doscher, S. (2007). Using media as the basis for a social issues approach to promoting moral literacy in university teaching. Journal of Educational Administration, 45(4), 427-450.
  74. Normore, A.H., Rodriguez, L., & Wynne, J. (2007). Making all children winners: Confronting issues of social justice to redeem America’s soul. Journal of Educational Administration, 45(6), 653-671.
  75. Normore, A.H. (2006). Special Issue Guest Editor: Leadership for learning in the context of social justice: An American perspective. International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning, (10), Special issue. Available [On-line]: http://www.ucalgary.ca/~iejll//
  76. Normore, A.H., & Blanco, R. (2006). Leadership for social justice and morality: Collaborative partnerships, school-linked services and the plight of the poor. International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning, (10), Special issue. Available [On-line]: http://www.ucalgary.ca/~iejll
  77. Normore, A. H. (2006). Leadership recruitment and selection in school districts: Trends and issues, Journal of Educational Thought, 40(1), 41-73.
  78. Normore, A. H., & Loughry. K. (2006). Avoiding the pitfalls of the rookie year: How a mentor can help, Kappa Delta Pi Record, 43(1), 25-30.
  79. Normore, A. H., & Ilon, L. (2006). Cost effective inputs: Is class size reduction the best investment for Florida? Educational Policy, An Interdisciplinary Journal of Policy and Practice, 20(2), 429- 454.
  80. Ilon, L., & Normore, A. H. (2006). Relative cost-effectiveness of school resources on achievement, Journal of Education Finance, 31(3), 238-254.
  81. Brooks, J. S., & Normore, A. H. (2005). An Aristotelian framework for the development of ethical leadership, University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA), Journal of Values and Ethics in Educational Administration, 3(2), 1-8.
  82. Normore, A. H. (2005). Integrating personnel evaluation in the planning and evaluation of school improvement initiatives, American Journal of Evaluation, 26(3), 1-4.
  83. Normore, A. H., & Floyd, A. (2005). Teachers taking professional abuse from principals: Practice that’s so bad it must violate a school’s core values. The Education Digest, 71(2), 44-49.
  84. Normore, A. H., & Floyd, A. (2005). A roller coaster ride: The twists and turns of a novice teacher’s relationship with her principal. Phi Delta Kappan, 86(10), 767-771.
  85. Trinidad, C., & Normore, A. H. (2005). Leadership and gender: A dangerous liaison? Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 26(7), 574-590.
  86. Normore, A. H. (2004). Leadership success in schools: Planning, recruitment and socialization. International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning, 8(10), Special Issue. Available [On-line]: http://www.ucalgary.ca/~iejll
  87. Normore, A. H. (2004). Performance appraisals of school administrators in one Canadian school district: A contemporary model. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 50(3), 282-297.
  88. Normore, A. H. (2004). Lester B. Pearson Elementary School: First year journey with the change process. University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA), Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 7(3), 35-44. Available [On-line]: http://www.ucea.org/html/cases/past.html
  89. Normore, A. H. (2004). Ethics and values in leadership preparation programs: Finding the North Star in the dust storm. University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA), Journal of Values and Ethics in Educational Administration, 2(2), 1-7.
  90. Normore, A. H. (2004). Recruitment and selection: Addressing the leadership shortage in one large Canadian school district. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, 30, May 12, 2004. Available [On-line]: http://www.umanitoba.ca/publications/cjeap
  91. Normore, A. H. (2004). Socializing school administrators to meet leadership challenges that doom all but the most heroic and talented leaders to failure. International Journal of Leadership in Education, Theory and Practice, 7(2), 107-125
  92. Quick, P., & Normore, A. H. (2004). Moral leadership in the 21st century: Everyone is watching especially the students. Educational Forum, 68(4), 336-447.
  93. Normore, A. H. (2004). The edge of chaos: School administrators and accountability. Journal of Educational Administration, 42(1), 55-77.
  94. Normore, A. H. (2002). Recruitment, socialization and accountability of school administrators in two Ontario school districts. Ontario Principals Council Register: Professional Journal for Ontario’s Vice-Principals and Principals, 4(3), 22-40.

Book Chapters

  1. Normore, A.H. (2020, forthcoming). Leadership for equity, diversity and social justice. In R. Papa (Ed.), Oxford encyclopedia of educational administration. New York, New York: Oxford University Press.
  2. Normore, A.H., & Rintoul, H. (2020, forthcoming). Values-based leadership and the quest for inclusive organizational practices. In R. Papa (Ed.), Oxford encyclopedia of educational administration. New York, New York: Oxford University Press.
  3. Adriaan, S. C., Normore, A.H., & Brooks, J.S. (2019, in press). How school leadership influences (and is influenced by) immigration. In E. Crawford and L. Donner (Eds.), Routledge research in educational equality and diversity (pp. xxx-xxx). New York, NY: Routledge.
  4. Normore, A.H., Issa Lahera, A., & Jhun, J. (2019, in press). When leaders grow, they grow others: Overcoming immunity to change. In J.S. Brooks, T. Watson and A. Heffernan (Eds.), The school leadership survival guide: What to do when things go wrong, how to learn from mistakes, and why you should prepare for the worst (pp. xxx-xxx). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing
  5. Fernandez, Y., Fortner, K., Issa Lahera, A., & Normore, A.H. (2018, in press). The intersectionality of race, gender and urban leadership: Four school leaders (re)constructing self and identity. In J.A. Gammel, S. Motulsky, and A. Rutstein-Riley (Eds.), I am what I become: Constructing an identity as a lifelong learner (XXX-XXX). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  6. Normore, A.H. (2018). Shaped by values, experiences and environment. In D. Griffiths and S. Lowrey (Eds.), The international leader reader: Narratives of experience (XXX-XXX). Burlington, Ontario, Canada: Word and Deed Publishing
  7. Normore, A.H. (2018, in press). Not making the grade: How increased reliance on adjunct faculty diminishes excellence, academic freedom, and the search for new knowledge. In P. Brug, Z. R. Ritter, and K.R. Roth (Eds.), Marginality in the urban center: Costs and challenges of continued whiteness in the Americas (and beyond) (XXX-XXX) New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan
  8. Normore, A.H. (2018). Book Foreword: Education and Muslim identity during a time of tension: Inside an American Islamic school, by Melanie Brooks. New York, NY: Routledge/Taylor & Francis
  9. Normore, A.H., Brooks, J.S., & Fortner, K. (2018). Bridging the digital divide though the lens of social justice leadership. In A.H. Normore & Issa Lahera, A. (Eds.), Crossing the bridge of the digital Divide: A walk with global leaders (XXX-XXX). Charlotte, NC.: Information Age Publishing
  10. Brooks, J. S., & Normore, A.H. (2017). Qualitative research in educational leadership and policy studies: Issues in the design and conduct of studies. In C.R. Lochmiller (Ed.), Complementary research methods for educational leadership and policy studies (XXX-XXX). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
  11. Normore, A.H. (2017). Prologue: Police leadership from a futurist viewpoint. In T. Anderson, K. Geisborne, & P. Halliday, (Eds.), Every officer is a leader: Coaching leadership, learning and performance in justice, public safety and security organizations (459-464).Holly Spring, NC: International Academy of Public Safety.
  12. Normore, A.H. (2017). Social justice and restorative processes in urban schools: Historical ocntext. In A.H. Normore and A. Issa Lahera (Eds.). Restorative practice meets social justice: Un-silencing the voices of “at-promise” student populations (1-18). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  13. Nguyen, H.O., & Normore, A.H. (2017). The ‘at promise’ model minority student: Providing equity, restorative practices, and access to mental health supports. In A.H. Normore and A. Issa Lahera (Eds.). Restorative practice meets social justice: Un-silencing the voices of “at-promise” student populations (39-52). Charlotte, NC.: Information Age Publishing.
  14. Normore, A.H., & Jarrett, B. (2017). Implementing restorative processes to mediate conflict and prevent violence in urban schools. In S. Singh and N. Erbe (Eds.), Creating a sustainable vision of nonviolence in schools and society (222-237). Hershey, PA.: IGI Global Publishers.
  15. Normore, A.H., & Jean-Marie, G. (2017). “Down by the riverside” – How Mahalia Jackson exemplified leadership through the Negro Spiritual. In T. Watson, F. Beachman, and J. Brooks (Eds.), Educational Leadership and music (pp. 207-216). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  16. Normore, A.H. (2017). Book Foreword. Within reach: Providing universal access to the four pillars of literacy, by H.O. Nguyen and J. Sesky. Charlotte, NC.: Information Age Publishing.
  17. Normore, A.H., Brooks, J.S., & Silva, S.M. (2016). Global core leadership competencies: A response to ‘institutional culture’ and (in)-competence in higher education. In A.H. Normore and J.S. Brooks (Eds.), The dark side of leadership: identifying and overcoming unethical practice in organizations (155-176). Bingley, UK.: Emerald Group publishing.
  18. Watt, R., Javidi, M., & Normore, A.H. (2016). Increasing darkness: Combining toxic leadership and volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA). In A.H. Normore and Jeffrey S. Brooks (Eds.), The dark side of leadership: Identifying and overcoming unethical practice in organizations (196-206). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.
  19. Ellis, B., & Normore, A.H. (2016). Effective engagement and communication between first-line police supervisors and police officers. In H. Normore, M. Javidi and L. Long (2016). The handbook of effective communication, leadership, and conflict resolution (479 – 493). Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishers.
  20. Long, L., Javidi, M., Brooks-Hill, L., & Normore, A.H. (2016). Credible negotiation leadership: Using principled negotiation to improve international negotiation. In H. Normore, M. Javidi and L. Long (2016). The handbook of effective communication, leadership, and conflict resolution (430-455). Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishers
  21. Normore, A.H. (2016). Social and restorative justice: A moral imperative for educational leaders. In G. Lakomski (Ed.), The New Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory (EEPAT). Victoria, Australia: Centre for the Study of Higher Education, The University of Melbourne
  22. Normore, A.H. (2016). Book Foreword. Culturally responsive leadership in higher education by L.J. Santamaria & A.P. Santamaria. New York: NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  23. Brooks, J.S., & Normore, A.H. (2015). A glocal perspective on educational leadership. In G. Jean-Marie, S. Sider, & C. Desir (Eds.), Comparative international perspectives on education and social change in developing countries and Indigenous Peoples in developed countries (pp. 277-299). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  24. Choate, B., & Normore, A.H. (2015). Transforming jail culture: Leadership for a community jailing model. In K. Esposito and A.H. Normore (Eds.), Inclusive practices and social justice leadership for special populations in urban settings: A moral imperative (pp. 123-142). Chapel Hill: North Carolina. Information Age Publishing.
  25. Marietti, P., Tucker, J., & Normore, A.H. (2015). Chemically dependent adolescent Latino offenders: restorative and social justice as alternatives to incarceration. In K. Esposito and A.H. Normore (Eds.), Inclusive practices and social justice leadership for special populations in urban settings: A moral imperative (pp. 189-212). Chapel Hill: North Carolina. Information Age Publishing.
  26. Irwin, J., & Normore, A.H. (2015). Ethical dilemmas in undercover police work: Implications for international police leadership. In N. Erbe & A.H. Normore (Eds.), Cross-cultural collaboration and leadership in modern organizations. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishers.
  27. Jean-Marie, G., & Normore, A.H. (2015). Relational leadership, social justice, and spirituality among female secondary school leaders in urban and suburban contexts. In J.S. Brooks and M. Brooks (Eds.). Urban educational leadership for social justice, (275–302). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  28. Normore, A.H. (2015). Acknowledging and honoring the culture of Canada’s First Nations: A leadership perspective. . In G. Jean-Marie, S. Sider, & C. Desir (Eds.), Comparative international perspectives on education and social change in developing countries and Indigenous Peoples in developed countries (pp. 103-123). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  29. Normore, A.H., Bone, D., Jones, D., Spell, S. (2015). To protect and educate: Legal mandates and complex leadership role of school resource officers. In A.H. Normore, P. Erhensal, P. First & M. Torres (Eds.), Legal frontiers in education: Complex law issues for leaders, policymakers and policy implementers, Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  30. Normore, A.H., Ellis, B., Clamp. K., & Paterson, C. (2015). A global response to transforming police leadership and culture: Restorative justice and moral courage. In N. Erbe & A.H. Normore (Eds.), Cross cultural collaboration and leadership in modern organizations. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishers.
  31. Normore, A.H., Erbe, N., & Singh, S. (2015). Authentic leadership in the context of social justice and organizational politics. In D. Armstrong and J. Ryan (Eds.), Working (With/out) the system: Educational leadership, Micro-politics and social justice (pp. 137-158). Charlotte, NC: IAP.
  32. Jean-Marie, G., Normore, A.H., & Brooks, J.S. (2015). Learning to lead for social justice: How leadership preparation programs can improve equity in schools. In M.A. Khalifa, C. Grant-Overton, & N. Witherspoon-Arnold (Eds.), Handbook of urban school leadership ( 303-319). New York, NY: Rowman & Littlefield Press.
  33. Normore, A.H., & Brooks, J.S (2014). The department chair: The conundrum of leadership versus management. In Issa Lahera, A., Hamdan, K., & Normore, A.H. (Eds.), Pathways to excellence: Developing and cultivating leaders for the classroom and beyond (pp. 3-19). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  34. Issa Lahera, A., & Normore, A.H. (2014). Sustaining school leadership programs: Planning for leadership succession, recruitment, selection, and innovative curriculum. In K. Sanzo (Ed.). Sustainable innovation in school leadership preparation and development (pp. 1-21). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  35. Ilon, L., & Normore, A.H. (2014). Educational leadership when competitiveness means collaboration. In Abdul Hamid, J.,& Paredes-Canilao, N. (Eds.), Educational leadership and leadership education (pp. 2-23). University of the Philippines Baguio, Baguio City: Philippines, University of Philippines Press (UPP).
  36. Leonard, P., Schilling, T., & Normore, A.H. (2014). Towards a holistic approach to moral development of educational leaders. In Branson, C. and Gross, S. (Eds.), An international handbook for the development of ethical educational leadership (533-576). New York, NY: Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
  37. Choate, B., & Normore, A.H. (2013). Leadership’s role in reducing jail violence and recidivism. In Normore, A.H., & Erbe, N. (Eds.), Collective efficacy as a multidisciplinary approach to leadership development: International perspectives (pp. 163-182). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  38. Normore, A.H., & Slayton, J. (2013). Charter schools: Potential to fulfill the goals of public education in an equitable manner and better serve purposes of social justice. In K. Hughes & S. Millman-Silva (Eds.), Identifying leaders for urban charter, autonomous and independent schools: Above and beyond the standards (pp. 29-42). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.
  39. Normore, A.H. (2012). Book Foreword. In C. Boske & S. Diem (Eds.), Global leadership for social justice: Taking it from the field to practice (pp. xi – xiii). Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  40. Issa Lahera, A., & Normore, A.H. (2012). The field-based project as a large scale active learning initiative. In Sanzo, K., Myran, S., & Normore, A.H. (Eds.), Successful school leadership preparation and development (pp. 49 – 72). Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  41. Normore, A.H. (2012). Role of values in work-life balance: Restoring harmony and reclaiming purpose. In J. Marshall (Ed.), Juggling flaming chainsaws: Faculty in educational leadership try to balance work and life (pp. 323-335). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  42. Normore, A.H., & Brooks, J.S. (2012). Instructional leadership in the era of No Child Left Behind. In L. Volante (Ed.), School leadership in the context of standards-based reform: International perspectives (pp. 41-67) New York, NY: Springer.
  43. Duyar, I., & Normore, A.H. (2012). Performance beyond expectations: A closer look at teacher’s task performance, discretionary performance, and career aspirations. In Duyar, I., & Normore, A.H. (Eds.), Discretionary behavior and performance in educational organizations: The missing link in educational leadership and management (pp. 87-116). Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  44. Esposito, M. K., Normore, A.H., & Jones, A. (2012). Maximizing benefits of correctional educational programs: Best practices. In Fitch, B.D., & Normore, A.H. (Eds.), Education-based incarceration and recidivism: The ultimate social justice crime fighting tool (pp. 143-162). Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Information Age Publisher.
  45. Normore, A.H., Fitch, B.D., & Camp, S. (2012). Social justice and the future of correctional education. In Fitch, B.D., & Normore, A.H. (Eds.), Education-based incarceration and recidivism: The ultimate social justice crime-fighting tool (pp. 201-210). Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Information Age Publishers.
  46. Normore, A.H. (2011). Case commentary: Planning ahead. In G. L. Porter and D. Smith (Eds.), Case studies in inclusive education (pp. 117-118). Ontario College of Teachers and Canadian Association for Community Living, Toronto, Ontario. Rottterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  47. Fitch, B.D., Normore, A.H., & Werner, D. R. (2011). Theories of criminal justice: The influence of value attributions on correctional education. In Normore, A.H. & Fitch, B.D. (Eds.), Leadership in education, corrections and law enforcement: A commitment to ethics, equity and excellence (pp. 161-184). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.
  48. Normore, A.H. (2011). The process of transforming the doctoral dissertation or thesis into publications. In T. Rocco & T.Hatcher (Eds.), The handbook for scholarly writing and publishing (pp. 75-88). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  49. Normore, A.H., & Cook, L.H. (2011). The new “proposed” Doctoral Degree in Educational Leadership (Ed. D.) at a Comprehensive University in Southern California. In Callejo Pérez, D., S.M. Fain & J.J. Slater (Eds.). Higher education and human capital: Re/thinking the doctorate in America.(pp.116-144). Rotterdam, Amsterdam: Sense Publishers.
  50. Alfred, M. & Normore, A.H.( 2010). Developing urban school leaders in times of radical change: Investigating the school improvement zone of a large urban school district in south east United States. In A.H. Normore (Ed.), Global perspectives on educational leadership reform: The development and preparation of leaders of learning and learners of leadership (pp. 163-186). Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, United Kingdom.
  51. Normore, A.H. & Brooks, J.S. (2010). Developing and preparing globally competent educational leaders. In H. SoongHe (Eds.). Managing and developing core competencies in a learning society (pp. 151-180). Seoul, Republic of Korea, Seoul National University Press.
  52. Normore, A.H., & Jean-Marie, G. (2010). Development and preparation of leaders of learning and learners of leadership. In A.H. Normore (Ed.), Global perspectives on educational leadership reform: The development and preparation of leaders of learning and learners of leadership (pp. 105-121).Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, United Kingdom.
  53. Normore, A.H. (2010). Historical context of educational leadership preparation programs. In G. Jean-Marie & A. H. Normore (eds.), Educational leadership preparation programs: Innovative and interdisciplinary approaches to the Ed.D. and graduate education (pp. 7-31). New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan.
  54. Normore, A.H., & Slayton, J. (2010). An interdisciplinary doctoral program in educational leadership (Ed.D.):Addressing the needs of diverse learners in urban settings. In G. Jean-Marie & A. H. Normore (eds.), Educational leadership preparation programs: Innovative and interdisciplinary approaches to the Ed.D. and graduate education (pp.133-151). New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan.
  55. Normore, A. H. (2009). Choosing sides. In Ontario College of Teachers and Catholic Principal’s Council of Ontario’ Exploring leadership and ethical practice through professional inquiry (pp. 199-202). Les Presses de l’Universite Laval, Quebec, Quebec.
  56. Normore, A. H. (2009). Culturally relevant leadership for social justice: Honoring the integrity of First Nations communities in Northeast Canada. In J. Collard & A.H. Normore (Eds.), Leadership and intercultural dynamics (pp. 47-68). Information Age Publishers, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
  57.  Normore, A.H., & Blanco, R. (2008). Leadership for social justice and morality: Collaborative partnerships, school linked services and the plight of the poor. In A. H. Normore (Ed.), Leadership for social justice: Promoting equity and excellence through inquiry and reflective practice (pp. 215-252). Information Age Publishers. Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
  58. Jean-Marie, G., & Normore, A. H. (2008). A repository of hope for social justice: Black women leaders at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. In A.H. Normore (Ed.), Leadership for social justice: Promoting equity and excellence through inquiry and reflective practice (pp. 3-36). Information Age Publishers. Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
  59. Normore, A. H. (2006). Book Foreword: When morning comes: Moments of strength, struggle and salvation, by S. Gallon 111. Miami, Florida: Tri-Star Leadership, Inc.
  60. Normore, A. H. (2001). Leadership succession planning. In P. T. Begley & C. Slater (Eds.), School leadership in Canada series, (pp. 23-28). Hillsdale, Ontario: Begley & Associates.