Cross-cultural study of the use of elections for selection of the village headman

Behavior Science Research Vol/Iss. 12 Published In Pages: 45-59
By Greenbaum, Lenora


This study examines variation in economy, political form, social complexity and family relationships between societies using election/consensus decision making for determining leadership and societies that do not use election/consensus decision making. Findings do not show a pattern of variance based on leader selection type.

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