ATTITUDES TOWARD LEADERSHIP CHARACTERISTICS OF CHINESE.
WESTERN WASHINGTON STATE COLL BELLINGHAM CENTER FOR CROSS-CULTURAL RESEARCH
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Chinese citizens living in Hong Kong colony were selected on the basis of three categories sex, age, and whether they were of rural or urban origin. A 12-item Lickert-type scale was administered and concerned itself with leadership methods and practices preferred by the respondents, those leadership practices based on the dimension of authoritarian-democratic procedure. Rural respondents preferred more authoritarian practices than urbans females preferred more authoritarian practices than males older respondents preferred more authoritarian practices than younger. Author