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The Leadership Quarterly 14 (2003) 861–862
Call for Papers
The Leadership Quarterly Special Issue on Leadership,
Self, and Identity
The Leadership Quarterly will publish a special issue on Leadership, Self, and Identity.
The intent of this issue is to examine the role of self and identity in leadership
effectiveness. Topics that might be relevant to this issue include follower self-conception
and identity as a mediator of the effects of leadership, follower self-conception and identity as
a moderator of the impact of leader behavior, and the influence of leadership on follower self-
concept as an outcome in itself. Variables that could be relevant in this context include, but
are not limited to, self-construal, self-categorization, identification, social identity salience,
prototypicality, self-efficacy, collective efficacy, self-esteem, self-determination, self-regula-
tion, and self-consistency. Both empirical and theoretical analyses will be considered for
publication in the special issue, although the preference will be given to empirical research.
Empirical contributions may concern studies in organizational, political, or other field
settings, as well as laboratory experiments.
It is anticipated that this special issue will be published in April 2005 with an additional
issue being published if a sufficient number of high-quality manuscripts are obtained. Both
regular manuscripts (between 40 and 50 pages plus references, tables and figures in length)
and research reports (17 text pages plus references, tables and figures maximum) will be
considered for publication. All manuscripts should be prepared in accordance with the
American Psychological Association format.
Due date: Submissions should be received by the 1st of August 2004.
Special Issue Editors: The editors for the special issue on Leadership, Self, and Identity are
Dr. Barbara van Knippenberg (Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands), Dr. David de Cremer
(Maastricht University, The Netherlands), Dr. Daan van Knippenberg (Erasmus University
Rotterdam, The Netherlands), and Dr. Michael A. Hogg (University of Queensland, Australia).
Submissions should preferably be sent electronically, either in Word for Windows format or
PDF, to BM.van.Knippenbe[email protected]. Alternatively, submissions should be sent in quad-
ruplicate (4) alongwith a diskette copy of themanuscript (inWord forWindows format or PDF)
to Dr. Barbara van Knippenberg, Department of Work and Organizational Psychology, Vrije
Universiteit, van der Boechorstlaan 1, 1081 BTAmsterdam, The Netherlands. Questions about
this special issue, expectations, requirements, and the appropriateness of a topic, etc., can be
answered by contacting Dr. van Knippenberg by email at [email protected].
Call for Papers862
Senior Editor: Inquiries about the regular issues of The Leadership Quarterly should be
made to Dr. James G. (Jerry) Hunt, Senior Editor, Institute for Leadership Research, Rawls
College of Business Administration, Texas Tech University, Box 42101, 15th Street and Flint
Avenue, Lubbock, TX 79409-2101, USA. Tel.: + 1-806-742-3175; fax: + 1-806-747-3848,
or via e-mail at [email protected].
Submission Guidelines: Additional information guidelines on The Leadership Quarterly
may be obtained from its website at http://www.irl.ba.ttu.edu/.