PSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF A LEADER-POLITICIEN

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  • HASMIK SHAPAGHATYAN Yerevan State University

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https://doi.org/10.24234/miopap.v9i3.56

Abstract

The analyses ofthe discussed problem shows that despite a diversity ofstudies on theoretical and practical concepts in the sphere of personality developments, each of them has some basic principals a combination ofwhich provides an opportunity to make an in-depth and comprehensive analysis of the formation and the development of a personality of a political leader. The article emphasizes the political and psychological factors contributing to the formation of personality during childhood and adolescence, which lead to the formation of a unique personal qualities of a political leader (nargization, identification, as well as factors of formation and expression of inferiority and domination), which further define the direction of the person as a leader, as well as the implementation of effective and in the true sense of the word the course of their national policy.

Author Biography

HASMIK SHAPAGHATYAN, Yerevan State University

hD in Politics, Associate Professor of the Chair of Political Institutions and Processes, Yerevan State Universit

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2015-12-02

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SHAPAGHATYAN, H. . (2015). PSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF A LEADER-POLITICIEN. Main Issues Of Pedagogy And Psychology, 9(3), 95-105. https://doi.org/10.24234/miopap.v9i3.56

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