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This course examines the nature of political leadership in contemporary democracies. It focuses in particular on examining how recent socio-political transformations, especially changing patterns of political communication, have affected the role, characteristics and style of political leadership, both during elections and in day-to-day politics. The first half of the course is designed to introduce students to the key concepts and theoretical approaches related to the study of political leadership, including contributions from political science, political psychology, political theory, and political communication. The second half focuses on the in-depth exploration of some of the key features of contemporary styles of political leadership. This is based on the discussion of selected case studies, mostly from advanced industrial democracies, ranging from Reagan to Blair to Berlusconi.