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Worldview, Religion and Culture

Explores secular and religious worldviews considering their formative nature on the development of leadership and communities. Analysis of social milieu, cultural perspectives, social and cultural change and the impact of global issues with reference to Catholic social teaching, socio-historical structures.

Faculté des sciences humaines >> Lead. transformatif et spirit.

Minimiser l'horraire Horaire du cours pour la session : Automne 2017
Section Horaire Jour Endroit Professeur
Cours magistral
IPA 5322 000
Students enrolled in this course must attend Orientation Monday, September 25 from 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and Integration Friday, September 29 from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Cours offert en anglais
06 septembre - 06 décembre TBA ONLINE Lauren Michelle Levesque
28 septembre Jeudi 09:00 - 12:00 LAF141 Lauren Michelle Levesque
28 septembre Jeudi 13:30 - 16:30 LAF141 Lauren Michelle Levesque
29 septembre Vendredi 09:00 - 12:00 LAF141 Lauren Michelle Levesque

This course examines ‘worldview,’ ‘religion’ and ‘culture’ within the framework of transformative leadership and spirituality. Reflecting the complexity and multi-dimensional character of these topics, students will engage with perspectives from several disciplines: transformative leadership, sociology, spirituality, education, peace studies and the arts. The principal question asked is: how do worldview, religion and culture impact on the ways individuals and communities understand leadership and pursue systemic social change in various contexts? Particular issues addressed in the course include diversity, power, equity and justice. 

  • Develop and demonstrate a critical understanding of ‘worldview’, ‘religion’ and ‘culture’
  • Analyze the impact(s) of these topics on transformative leadership and spirituality
  • Engage with diverse approaches to systemic social change
  • Situate and reflect on one’s own worldviews, beliefs and values
Charge de travail
  • Weekly Readings
  • Participation – Online and Onsite (see schedule September 25th- 29th)
  • Two Short Reflection Papers
  • Presentation
  • Final Written Assignment
  • Participation (20%)
  • Reflection Papers (40%)
  • Presentation (10%)
  • Final Written Assignment (30%)
Lecture obligatoire

A list of readings will be provided in the syllabus prior to the first week of class. These readings will be accessed through the University of Ottawa library website.

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