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From a Behavioral Toward an Interactional Theory of Charisma in Organizations
Unformatted Document Text:  Student Paper Interactional Theory of Charisma 29 Dow, T.E., Jr. (1969). The theory of charisma. Sociological Quarterly, 10, 306-318. DuBrin, A.J. (1997). Personal magnetism: Discover your own charisma and learn to charm, inspire, and influence others. New York: American Management Association. Eisenstadt, S.N. (1968). Introduction. In S.N. Eisenstadt (Ed.) Max Weber on charisma and institution building (pp. ix-lvi). Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. Emrich, C.G., Brower, H.H., Feldman, M., & Garland, H. (2001) Images in words: Presidential rhetoric, charisma, and greateness. Administrative Science Quarterly, 46(3), 527-560. Feldman, S.P. (1986). Culture, charisma, and the CEO: An essay on the meaning of high office. Human Relations, 39(3), 211-228. Foucault, M. (1977) Discipline and punish. New York: Vintage. Gardner, W.L., & Avolio, B.J. (1998). The charismatic relationship: A dramaturgical perspective. Academy of Management Review, 23(1), 32-58. Gibson, J.W., Hannon, J.C., & Blackwell, C.W. (1998) Charismatic leadership: The hidden controversy. Journal of Leadership Studies, 5(4), 11-28. Hersey, P., & Blanchard, K. (1982). Management of organizational behavior: Utilizing human resources. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall Inc. Herzberg, F. (1966). Work and the nature of man. London: Staples Press. House, R.J. (1977). A 1976 theory on charismatic leadership. In J.G. Hunt & L.L. Larson (Eds.), Leadership: The cutting edge (pp. 189-207). Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press. House, J.M., Spangler, W.D., & Woycke, J. (1991). Personality and charisma in the U.S. presidency: A psychological theory of leadership effectiveness. Administrative Science Quarterly, 36, 374-396.

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Student Paper Interactional Theory of Charisma 29
Dow, T.E., Jr. (1969). The theory of charisma. Sociological Quarterly, 10, 306-318.
DuBrin, A.J. (1997). Personal magnetism: Discover your own charisma and learn to charm,
inspire, and influence others. New York: American Management Association.
Eisenstadt, S.N. (1968). Introduction. In S.N. Eisenstadt (Ed.) Max Weber on charisma and
institution building (pp. ix-lvi). Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Emrich, C.G., Brower, H.H., Feldman, M., & Garland, H. (2001) Images in words: Presidential
rhetoric, charisma, and greateness. Administrative Science Quarterly, 46(3), 527-560.
Feldman, S.P. (1986). Culture, charisma, and the CEO: An essay on the meaning of high office.
Human Relations, 39(3), 211-228.
Foucault, M. (1977) Discipline and punish. New York: Vintage.
Gardner, W.L., & Avolio, B.J. (1998). The charismatic relationship: A dramaturgical
perspective. Academy of Management Review, 23(1), 32-58.
Gibson, J.W., Hannon, J.C., & Blackwell, C.W. (1998) Charismatic leadership: The hidden
controversy. Journal of Leadership Studies, 5(4), 11-28.
Hersey, P., & Blanchard, K. (1982). Management of organizational behavior: Utilizing human
resources. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall Inc.
Herzberg, F. (1966). Work and the nature of man. London: Staples Press.
House, R.J. (1977). A 1976 theory on charismatic leadership. In J.G. Hunt & L.L. Larson (Eds.),
Leadership: The cutting edge (pp. 189-207). Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University
Press.
House, J.M., Spangler, W.D., & Woycke, J. (1991). Personality and charisma in the U.S.
presidency: A psychological theory of leadership effectiveness. Administrative Science
Quarterly, 36, 374-396.


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