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Contextualizing Charisma: Theoretical and Empirical Indications

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Abstract

As we pointed out in the first chapter, research on the contextual factors of leadership is scant and inconclusive. This is all the more so in regard to the study of charisma. We maintain the correlation between the context and the characteristics of charisma could and should be further investigated, to which this chapter hopes to contribute in terms of some theoretical and empirical insights. However, to start with, some preliminary contextual indications will be pointed out in particular relation to Singapore.

Keywords

Structural Constraint Power Center Filial Piety Impression Formation Charismatic Leader 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Hebrew University of JerusalemJerusalemIsrael
  2. 2.Chan Institute of Social StudiesAp Lei ChauHong Hong

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