Political leaders

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  • This comprehensive, user-friendly introductory textbook to political psychology explores the psychological origins of political behavior. The authors introduce readers to a broad range of theories, concepts, and case studies of political activity to illustrate that behavior. The book examines many patterns of political behaviors, including leadership, group behavior, voting, race, ethnicity, nationalism, terrorism, war, and genocide.

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  • With the wisdom of hindsight, many of life's most consequential decisions are often a matter of happenstance. In the spring of 1965,1 was in Washington, DC, completing my second year as a Clinical Associate of the National Institute of Mental Health before I was to return to Boston for a planned career in academic psychiatry, when a friend from medical school approached me to discuss "an unusual job opportunity." Despite having secured a position on the faculty of Harvard Medical School, I could not resist this provocative invitation....

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  • The already extensive literature on leadership needs no repeating. This book takes a fresh look at the leadership role from a number of different perspectives. One example is in its emphasis on the persuasive requirements in leadership especially in today’s new world in which so many social, economic, political, and technological changes have taken place. Another is in its emphasis on looking to the arts and humanities and to life examples for leadership persuasive principles instead of research carried out in the field of organizational psychology.

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  • The world today is changing at a tremendous speed; advances in technology and communication and changes in the political, economic, demographic and social changes, all touch our lives. These changes also impact on health care provision, and the delivery of health services. The aim of this book is to empower would – be leaders of nursing and allied health professions to be effective. Leadership in health care is a high priority in the UK and, at the time of writing, is top of the list for the National Health Service Federation.

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  • Our literature is rich enough in works on the principles of Political Economy. So far as the translator is informed, however, it possesses none in which the science is treated in accordance with the historical method. We may therefore venture to express the hope that this translation will fill a place hitherto unoccupied in the literatures of England and America, and fill it all the more efficiently and acceptably, as Professor ROSCHER is the founder and still the leader of the historical school of Political Economy....

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  • As the commander in chief and highest political authority in Iran, the current Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has played a critical role in the direction of the Islamic Republic of Iran. This has never been more true than during the tumultuous 2009 presidential elections, the outcome of which was determined by Khamenei’s decisive support of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Only two men have held the position of Supreme Leader since the Islamic Republic of Iran was established in 1979: Khamenei and his predecessor, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. As Khamenei ages and rumors of his ill...

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  • In the 1990s, leading experts, politicians, public officials, business leaders and journalists predicted that the internet would transform the world. 1 The internet would revolutionise, we were told, the organisation of business, and lead to a surge of prosperity (Gates 1995). 2 It would inaugurate a new era of cultural democracy in which sovereign users–later dubbed ‘prosumers’–would call the shots, and old media leviathans would decay and die (Negroponte 1996).

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  • The Art of Public Speaking 74. WHY HAVE WE BOSSES? A fair−minded examination of the uses and abuses of the political "leader." 75. A PLEA FOR SETTLEMENT WORK. 76. CREDULITY VS. FAITH. 77. WHAT IS HUMOR? 78. USE AND ABUSE OF THE CARTOON. 79. THE PULPIT IN POLITICS. 80. ARE COLLEGES GROWING TOO LARGE? 81. THE DOOM OF ABSOLUTISM. 82. SHALL WOMAN HELP KEEP HOUSE FOR TOWN, CITY, STATE, AND NATION? 83. THE EDUCATIONAL TEST FOR SUFFRAGE. 84. THE PROPERTY TEST FOR SUFFRAGE. 85. THE MENACE OF THE PLUTOCRAT. 86. THE COST OF HIGH LIVING. 87. THE COST OF CONVENIENCES....

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  • But the "environment" is where we all live; and "development" is what we all do in attempting to improve our lot within that abode. The two are inseparable. Further, development issues must be seen as crucial by the political leaders who feel that their countries have reached a plateau towards which other nations must strive. Many of the development paths of the industrialized nations are clearly unsustainable.

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  • Calls for standards in education have been echoing across the nation for several years, especially since political leaders of both parties decided to adopt bipartisan national goals for education. Standards without appropriate means of measuring progress, however, amount to little more than empty rhetoric. To stay the course and achieve the national goals for education, we must measure the things that really count.

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  • This book provides a hugely important contribution to a complex and vital area of international criminal law. For the courts and tribunals which are charged with the responsibility of trying the most serious cases in the criminal calendar, there can be few subjects of greater concern than the approach that should be taken when dealing with the alleged responsibility of those who are seemingly ‘in control’ when the worst international crimes are committed.

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  • All this was on my mind when the Secretary-General presented me with an argument to which there was no convincing rebuttal: No other political leader had become Prime Minister with a background of several years of political struggle, nationally and internationally, as an environment minister. This gave some hope that the environment was not destined to remain a side issue in central, political decision making. In the final analysis, I decided to accept the challenge. The challenge of facing the future, and of safeguarding the interests of coming generations.

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  • A valuable reference work and source of inspiration, this biographical dictionary lists the life histories of people who have contributed significantly to the course of South African history but who have not been widely recognised. Illustrated entries include extra-parliamentary political leaders from marginalised communities, women and other pioneers.

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  • To begin building the regional partnership during this first phase, economic development professionals guide the leadership team through an exercise of mapping a region’s assets. Individual leaders rarely have the complete grasp of all the different economic development assets within a region. Mapping these assets— literally marking them on a wall-sized map of the region—can help leaders see the future in a new way. Mapping regional assets goes beyond compiling lists of economic development assets.

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  • Political leaders should also continue to find ways to make it easier to use private capital to help finance public projects. Given the realities of the current federal budget situation, government officials at all levels are going to have to become increasingly creative in their efforts to finance projects needed to address growing demand for schools, infrastructure and public amenities like parks and recreation facilities.

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  • Who is accountable under international law for the acts committed by armed opposition groups? In today’s world the great majority of political conflicts involve non-state actors attempting to exert a political influence (such as overthrowing a government or bringing about secession). Notwithstanding their impact on the course of events, however, we tend to know little about these groups, and even less about how to treat their actions legally.

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  • These different sources of propaganda and/or violence vary in their intellectual underpinnings, sectarian and political aims, and in their internationalist or nationalist orientations. But what they have in common is an assault on the values of the West – on its democratic processes and its freedom of religion – and an exultation over the murder of Jews, Americans, Hindus, ‘unbelievers’, ‘infidels’, ‘apostates’ and various ‘infe- rior’ others.

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  • Emotional violence experienced in childhood: about 1 in 7 females 13 to 24 years of age and 1 in 5 males reported experiences of emotional violence prior to turning age 18. Among 13 to 24 year olds who experienced emotional violence prior to the age 18, around one-half reported that a relative perpetrated the emotional violence and about one-half reported that a neighbour perpetrated emotional violence.

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  • After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Recognize your natural leadership frame of reference and how you can expand your perspective, use power and politics to help accomplish important organizational goals, identify types and sources of power in organizations and know how to increase power through political activity,...

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  • Economists attract ridicule and resentment in equal measure. People mock them, in the same way they poke fun at all eggheads and number-crunchers. But for everyone who scoffs, there is someone (perhaps the same person) who secretly fears that economists are the unacknowledged legislators of the world, purveyors of dangerous ideas that are filling the heads and turning the minds of the political leaders who claim to be in charge.

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