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2014 | 34 | 291-312
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Normatywne wzory przywództwa politycznego w ponowoczesnym świecie

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The article addresses the issue of normative models of political leadership, which are proposed in the literature of the subject as the answer to reordering of the global political space. Special focus has been placed on the analysis of the concept of postmodern society and propositions formulated by the complexity science proponents. Scholars point to the progressive erosion of nation-state as a dominant form of political commonwealth, changes in the institution of citizenship, likewise self-organization and emergence as rules of the new global order. All these trends have a transforming influence on some assumptions held by more traditionally oriented normative studies of public leadership, which are mainly represented in the article by the theory of transformational leadership.
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34
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291-312
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