The Dialogue of Disciplines
Edited by Michael Harvey and Ronald E. Riggio
This unique, cross-disciplinary volume encourages a new synthesis in the vibrant field of leadership studies. Comprising reflective conversations among scholars from different disciplines, the contributors explore common ground for new research and ideas.
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- Leadership Studies The Dialogue of Disciplines
- Chapter 1: Introduction: The Dialogue of Disciplines
- Chapter 2: Is Leadership Studies a Discipline?
- Chapter 3: The Jepson School: Liberal Arts as Leadership Studies
- Chapter 4: Leadership and the Classics
- Chapter 5: Handmaiden and Queen: What Philosophers Find in the Question: “What is a Leader?”
- Chapter 6: Of History and Leadership: The Discipline of History and the Understanding of Leadership
- Chapter 7: Classic Sociology: Weber as an Analyst of Charisma
- Chapter 8: Thinking Sociologically about Leadership
- Chapter 9: What Makes Leadership Necessary, Possible and Effective: The Psychological Dimensions
- Chapter 10: The Management Perspective: Engineering Effective Leadership in Organizations
- Chapter 11: Leadership Research and Education: How Business Schools Approach the Concept of Leadership
- Chapter 12: Political Science and the Study of Leadership: Where Have You Gone, Homo Politicus?
- Chapter 13: Leadership and Education: Leadership Stories
- Chapter 14: Leadership in Literary Perspective
- Chapter 15: Learning How to Look: The Art of Observation and Leadership Development
- Chapter 16: Questioning Leadership: An Integrative Model
- Name index
- Subject index
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