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This research aims to generally analyze theses and articles written on school-based management in Turkey. The research is descriptive and it has been conducted by means of document review. The data of the research have been obtained from 9 articles which were published by the database of ULAKBİM National, Social and Human Sciences and have been obtained from 8 master’s theses in full texts which are recorded in the Thesis Data Center of Council of Higher Education. The reached articles and theses have been subjected to content analysis in terms of the publication year, type of research, method of research, data collection tools, sample/study groups, sample size, data analysis techniques, type of university where the theses were written, the number of article writers and the number of sources used. It has been concluded that the articles and theses examined were mostly in the type of research-review, that the sample size was generally selected from teachers and administrators, that mostly ‘structured interview forms’ and ‘likert scales’ were used as data collection tools, and that the methods of ‘content analysis’ and ‘t-test’ were predominantly used in the analysis of the data.
KEY WORDS: School-based management, article, thesis, analysis, Turkey
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