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Perhaps, nowadays we would consider such a club differently and would consider it unethical. How would you describe the Studio 54 attitude toward its consumers? Were they valued as people to be fleeced of their money, as participants in a shared project? Something else? Why do you think that? I think that Studio 54 got the fact that people during the 1970s wanted and needed to transgress and be free in every aspect. This is a significant sentence “ One night Bianca Jagger (ex of Mick) rode in on a white horse; on another, the designer Valentino got to act as the ringleader of real circus animals"( Brusseau,2012,p.175) People were part of a group and elite. All of them had the same moral values ( or didn't have) and all of them wanted to savor life in all its light and shadows. Consumers were a close group a probably felt like family members. They all wanted to do things that were not allowed, outside the rule. They wanted to do an extraordinary thing. I think that there was a sense of belonging. What is transformational leadership? What is transactional leadership? Does D’Alessio share characteristics with one or both? How? Transformational leadership can be described as the devotion to the business, doing everything possible to bring the business itself to higher levels of performance and success. It's goal is “to inspire a belief in the cause of the business” (Brusseau,2012,p.456) Transactional leadership involves team members and its leader work through a give-and-take philosophy. ( Brusseau,2012) I think that D'Alessio shares characteristics with both because she gave to her employees drugs, and allowed to take them and this made them feel like part of the group. Employees could take part in the party and feel privileged ( Transactional leadership). On the other hand, employees

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