Concept of Leadership in the Ancient History and Its Effects on the Middle East

@article{Yildirim2016ConceptOL,
  title={Concept of Leadership in the Ancient History and Its Effects on the Middle East},
  author={Erc{\"u}ment Yildirim},
  journal={Sociology and anthropology},
  year={2016},
  volume={4},
  pages={710-718}
}
This paper is not written for political reasons. This study presents the perceptions about how the communities lived in the Middle East, which has been the center for religious, economic and political conflicts throughout history and how it has been ruled since the ancient times and how they can be ruled today. The aim of the study is to reveal the origins of the lifestyle of Middle Eastern people whom have only been gathered together under the hegemony of a leader. The Sumerian community, who… Expand
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