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This paper examines the psychological elements driving leaders and followers and the dynamic of their relationship to each other – with particular reference to recent Australian political leadership and experience. Building upon the work of Lasswell, Barber and Little, the paper analyses how...
This paper further explores the phenomenon of the “strong leader” by presenting an account of President George W. Bush, whose early conduct in the White House seemed far from strong, but who rose to the challenge of the terrorist attacks on the US of September 11, 2001 and began to preside with...
This paper explores the political personality of North Korea's leader, Kim Jong‐Il, particularly in the context of his succession from his father, the founding leader Kim Il‐Sung. Drawing upon what is known of Kim Jong‐Il's childhood and family life, the paper examines the key personality...
This paper explores the leading role that ideas and beliefs can play in the formation of groups and their political action, with particular reference to the psychology of groups and movements involved in genocide. The paper asserts the notion of the Idea as leader; thus moving away from Freud's...
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