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Political Decision Making and Management Styles

  • Jane S. Jensen
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Abstract

When asked whether being a woman had anything to do with her rising to the top, Tansu Ciller of Turkey replied that as a woman it was expected she would be a compromiser. She noted that some were “disillusioned in the sense that I would not give up on the issues that I thought that I should be leading in and this somehow did not fit with the image of … women.”1

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Management Style Foreign Minister Consensus Approach Personal Adviser Cabinet Member 
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