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Unformatted Document Text:  Student Paper Interactional Theory of Charisma 31 Pacanowsky, M., & O’Donnell-Trujillo, N. (1983). Organizational communication as cultural performance. Communication Monographs, 126, 126-147. Pelz, D.C. (1951). Leadership within a hierarchical organization. Journal of Social Issues, 3, 49- 55. Perrow, C. (1986) Complex organizations: A critical essay (3 rd ed.). New York: Random House. Pillai, R., & Meindl, J.R. (1998). Context and charisma: A “meso” level examination of the relationship of organic structure, collectivism, and crisis to charismatic leadership. Journal of Management, 24(5), 643-672. Rey, T. (1998). The Virgin Mary and revolution in Saint-Domingue: the charisma of Romaine- la-Prophetesse. Journal of Historical Sociology, 11(3) 341-369. Riesebrodt, M. (1999). Charisma in Max Weber’s sociology of religion. Religion, 29, 1-14. Robbins, A. (1997) Unlimited power: The new science of personal achievement. New York: Simon & Schuster. Schein, E.H. (1968). Organizational socialization and the profession of management. Industrial Management Review, 9, 1-6. Schein, E. H. (1992). Organizational culture and leadership (2nd ed.). San Francisco: Jossey- Bass Publishers. Shamir, B., Zakay, E., Breinin, E., & Popper, M. (1998). Correlates of charismatic leader behavior in military units: subordinates' attitudes, unit of characteristics, and superiors' appraisals of leader performance. Academy of Management Journal, 41(4), 387-409. Sohm, R. (1892). Kirchenrecht. Leipzig: Dunker & Humboldt. Taylor, F.W. (1911/1947). Scientific Management. New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers. Temporal, P., & Adler, T. (1999). Corporate charisma: How to achieve world-class recognition

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Student Paper Interactional Theory of Charisma 31
Pacanowsky, M., & O’Donnell-Trujillo, N. (1983). Organizational communication as cultural
performance. Communication Monographs, 126, 126-147.
Pelz, D.C. (1951). Leadership within a hierarchical organization. Journal of Social Issues, 3, 49-
55.
Perrow, C. (1986) Complex organizations: A critical essay (3
rd
ed.). New York: Random House.
Pillai, R., & Meindl, J.R. (1998). Context and charisma: A “meso” level examination of the
relationship of organic structure, collectivism, and crisis to charismatic leadership.
Journal of Management, 24(5), 643-672.
Rey, T. (1998). The Virgin Mary and revolution in Saint-Domingue: the charisma of Romaine-
la-Prophetesse. Journal of Historical Sociology, 11(3) 341-369.
Riesebrodt, M. (1999). Charisma in Max Weber’s sociology of religion. Religion, 29, 1-14.
Robbins, A. (1997) Unlimited power: The new science of personal achievement. New York:
Simon & Schuster.
Schein, E.H. (1968). Organizational socialization and the profession of management. Industrial
Management Review, 9, 1-6.
Schein, E. H. (1992). Organizational culture and leadership (2nd ed.). San Francisco: Jossey-
Bass Publishers.
Shamir, B., Zakay, E., Breinin, E., & Popper, M. (1998). Correlates of charismatic leader
behavior in military units: subordinates' attitudes, unit of characteristics, and superiors'
appraisals of leader performance. Academy of Management Journal, 41(4), 387-409.
Sohm, R. (1892). Kirchenrecht. Leipzig: Dunker & Humboldt.
Taylor, F.W. (1911/1947). Scientific Management. New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers.
Temporal, P., & Adler, T. (1999). Corporate charisma: How to achieve world-class recognition


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