ANTİK ÇAĞDAN BUGÜNE TARİHİN BAŞARILI KADIN LİDERLERİ

Araştırmanın amacı; antik çağdan günümüze kalan tarihte ismini “Kadın Savaşçı Amozonlar” olarak gösterebileceğimiz yedi kadın liderin yaşamlarından bazı kesitler sunabilmek, onların “liderlik özelliklerini” ön plana çıkarabilmektir

ANTİK ÇAĞDAN BUGÜNE TARİHİN BAŞARILI KADIN LİDERLERİ

This study aim is submit some cross –section seven woman leaders’lifes which we can show their name “ Woman Fighter Amazons”, from ancient times to today, to bring their “leadership characteristics”in the foreground

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