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OGL 520 Social Psychological Perspectives in Organizational Leadership

Designed for the requirements of the Organizational Leadership course OGL 520

Encyclopedias

Below are several encyclopedias that might contain information on your organizational leadership theory or the theorists. Many of these people and theories are considered to be in the area of philosophy or a more general area of the social sciences. 

If you do not find your person or theory in these works, we recommend using the ASU Library Catalog to search for them as a person or as an author. A next choice would be to look for the person or theory in the recommended Article Databases.

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