Department of Political Science, Criminal Justice, and Organizational Leadership - LDR - 180

2020-2021 Course - New

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    Leading Social and Cultural Change
    Leading Social and Cultural Change
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    • This course examines foundational theories and practices of leadership used to bring about social and cultural change. Viewed through historical and contemporary lenses, students are introduced to common threads and unique differences of the leadership process involved in social and cultural change on local, national, and global levels.
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  • How does this new course strengthen the program?*
    • This course provides students with critical insight on leading social and cultural change. These skills are important as they enhance the competencies needed to lead change in a variety of contexts.
    • Our current curriculum focuses only on change in organizations. LDR 180 would expand our repertoire to help students understand and practice what is needed to influence societal and cultural change in ever-changing local, regional, national, and global environments.
    • Furthermore, this course encourages students to critically analyze trends in social and cultural change, which enhances students’ ability to effectively practice leadership that addresses the authentic needs of followers. 
  • How does it support the mission and vision of the department and university?*

    Following the mission of NKU, this course is intended to help students understand, apply, and harness the influences which contribute to the economic, civic, and social vitality of the region. Furthermore, as our department strives to give students the background needed to become engaged citizens, this course prepares our students to be civic and social leaders in their communities and beyond.

  • Is this course required or recommended for an accrediting body or for certification?*
    • No
  • What is the expected number of sections to be offered per semester and enrollment per semester?*
    o Fall: 2-3 o Spring: 2-3 o Summer: 1-2 o With OL offering both online and face-to-face sections, we plan on offering at least two sections each semester (one-two sections in the summer depending on demand). The online section would not only boost NKU’s online presence; however, it would also offer students the flexibility to complete an FOK course online or face-to-face. Furthermore, as OL has been offering its curriculum fully online (and face-to-face) for a number of years, offering this course online and face-to-face would further OL’s ability to continue meeting the needs of our diverse student population. o Approx. enrollment expected per semester: 45+ per course (90-135 per semester). We will offer more than 2 sections per semester if demand requires it (we are optimistic it will).
    o Fall: 2-3 o Spring: 2-3 o Summer: 1-2 o With OL offering both online and face-to-face sections, we plan on offering at least two sections each semester (one-two sections in the summer depending on demand). The online section would not only boost NKU’s online presence; however, it would also offer students the flexibility to complete an FOK course online or face-to-face. Furthermore, as OL has been offering its curriculum fully online (and face-to-face) for a number of years, offering this course online and face-to-face would further OL’s ability to continue meeting the needs of our diverse student population. o Approx. enrollment expected per semester: 45+ per course (90-135 per semester). We will offer more than 2 sections per semester if demand requires it (we are optimistic it will).
  • Indicate why this course is needed and whether it is intended to replace an existing course (and if so, which course)?*
    • Given our fast-changing local, regional, national, and global environments, this course introduces students to a broad spectrum of skills and approaches to leading social and cultural change.
    • This course is relevant and applicable to anyone because, at some future point, we will all be entrusted with the responsibility to lead social and cultural change. Whether it is as small as setting a positive example for a child, or undertaking a social movement to alter past inequalities, the foundational ideas and tools of effectively leading such change are the same.
    • This course will, therefore, not only help students understand why social and cultural change happen; however, students will also acquire a basic set of tools to lead social and cultural change in their personal, professional, and community lives.

     

    • Many change courses focus only on organizational change; however, no course in our OL curriculum (or elsewhere in the university at the undergraduate level) focuses on leading social and cultural change.

     

    • This course will be added as a foundational course for OL students.
  • Does the department have adequate faculty to teach this course (in terms of both background and FTE)?*
    o Yes, OL currently has 6 tenure-track or tenured faculty, 2 full-time lecturers, and 1 part-time lecturer teaching in the program (along with adjuncts as needed). o All tenure-track/tenured, full-time lecturers, and part-time adjuncts have been vetted to ensure they are qualified to teach the course. They have the requisite qualifications as required by SACS.
    o Yes, OL currently has 6 tenure-track or tenured faculty, 2 full-time lecturers, and 1 part-time lecturer teaching in the program (along with adjuncts as needed). o All tenure-track/tenured, full-time lecturers, and part-time adjuncts have been vetted to ensure they are qualified to teach the course. They have the requisite qualifications as required by SACS.
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    What other NKU courses offer similar content?*
    • SOC 360 (Technology and Social Change) & ENG 338 (Writing for Social Change) & SWK 571 (Photography as a Social Change Agent)
      • SOC 360 & ENG 338 are upper-level undergraduate courses.
      • SOC 360 addresses technology and its use in social change.
      • ENG 338 addresses writing and its use in social change.
      • SWK 571 – Photography as a Social Change Agent
        • Addresses the use of photography in social change.
      • LDR 180 – will be more comprehensive (as a survey course).
        • Our course proposes developing the skills to lead the change (which could include, but is not limited to, technology, writing, and/or photography). LDR 180 also will provide students with foundational skills necessary for leading social and cultural change, including basic gap analysis, vision statements, and assessment of environmental/contextual factors.
        • LDR 180 has a broader context that applies beyond technology/photography and writing for social change. LDR 180 extends beyond social change to also include cultural change.
  • Why can you not use those courses and what makes this course unique?*
    • As mentioned above:
      • SOC 360 & ENG 338 are upper-level undergraduate courses (we are proposing a 100-level undergraduate course).
      • SOC 360 addresses technology and its use in social change (LDR 180 looks at leaders and how to effectively lead social and cultural change)
      • ENG 338 addresses writing and its use in social change (LDR 180 looks at developing the skills to lead social and cultural change – effective writing is one of many skills in leading such change).
      • SWK 571 – Photography as a Social Change Agent
        • Addresses the use of photography in social change (LDR 180 looks at developing the skills to lead social and cultural change – utilizing effective photography is one of many skills that can contribute to such change).
      • LDR 180 – will be more comprehensive (as a survey course).
        • Our course proposes developing the skills to lead the change (which could include, but is not limited to, technology, writing, and/or photography). LDR 180 also will provide students with foundational skills necessary for leading social and cultural change, including basic gap analysis, vision statements, and assessment of environmental/contextual factors.
        • LDR 180 has a broader context that applies beyond technology/photography and writing for social change. LDR 180 extends beyond social change to also include cultural change.
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    College of Arts & Science > Political Science, Criminal Justice and Organizational Leadership

    LDR 180 Course Learning Objectives [aka. Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)]

    As a result of this course, students will be able to:

    • Explain the impact that cultural, historical, local, national, or global perspectives have on leading change.
    • Identify and demonstrate an understanding of the role of actors (leaders, change agents), global perspectives, and the impact of factors on social and cultural change.
    • Identify similarities and differences of historical and emergent approaches to leading social and cultural change.
    • Analyze power, structures of inequality, and social systems that govern individual and communal life.
    • Explore and apply the role that personal values play in the process of leading social and cultural change.
    • Critically evaluate cultural artifacts that reflect and influence social and cultural change.
  • List of evaluation criteria (a breakdown of the assignments that will be given by type and percentage of grade, for instance: 3 midterms (50%), 1 final (25%), 2 research papers (25%).*

     

    Assignment

    Points Possible

    % of overall points possible

    1.  

    Practice Assignment (Module 1) - due at end of Week 1

    5

    1.56%

    1.  

    Bi-Weekly Discussion Boards (4x) – See Schedule

    40 pts total (4 x 10 points each)

    12.50%

    1.  

    Information Literacy Assignment (at end of Week 3)

    40

    12.50%

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    Mid-Term Exam (in class – Week 8)

    50

    15.63%

    1.  

    Group Presentation: Be the Change You Want to See! (in Class 11 & 12 – Week 6)

    50

    15.63%

    1.  

    Case Analysis of a Change Agent (at end of Week 12)

    40

    12.50%

     

     

     

     

    1.  

    FINAL EXAM (in-class – Week 16)

    70

    21.88%

    8

    Attendance

    15

    4.69%

    9

    Participation + Effort

    10

    3.13%

     

    Total

    320

    100%

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    Syllabus & Schedule

    • An Introduction to Leadership

    *Practice Assignment – see CANVAS for more info (due by Sun., @ 9 pm)

    • The Changing Nature of Leadership

    2

    • The Relational Leadership Model

    Group Discussion Board (DB1) – your initial post (due by Thurs, @ 9 pm)

    3

    Types of Leadership (1)

    • Transformational Leadership
    • Authoritarian Leadership
    • Charismatic Leadership

    Group Discussion Board (DB1) - your comments/replies  (due by Thurs., @ 9 pm)

     

    *Assignment Due:  Information Literacy Assignment (due Sunday, @ 9:00 pm)

    Types of Leadership (2)

    • Servant Leadership
    • Culture & Leadership
    • Gender & Leadership

    4

    Exploring Your Potential for Leadership

    • Understanding Yourself
    • Understanding Others

    Group Discussion Board (DB2) – your initial post (due by Thurs., @ 9 pm)

     

    Exploring Your Potential for Leadership

    • Leading with Integrity

    5

    Social & Organizational Research

    • Power Distance

    Group Discussion Board (DB2) – your comments/replies (due by Thurs., @ 9 pm)

     

    Social & Organizational Research

    • Legitimacy

    6

    Social & Organizational Research

    • Just World Theory

    Group Presentation due in Classes 11 and 12

    Social & Organizational Research

    • Culture & Context

    7

    Making a Difference with Leadership

    • Understanding Change / Strategies for Change
    • Types of Change
      • Organizational change
      • Social change
      • Cultural change

    Group Discussion Board (DB3) – your initial post (due by Thurs., @ 9 pm)

    Assignment:

     

    Making a Difference with Leadership

    • Thriving Together

    8

    Mid-Term Exam Review

    Mid Term Exam

    Group Discussion Board (DB3) – your comments/replies (due by Thurs., @ 9 pm)

     

    9

    American Change Agents

    • MLK

     

     

    American Change Agents

    • Shirley Chrisholm / Delores Huerta

     

     

    10

    African Change Agents

    • Joyce Banda

    Group Discussion Board (DB4) – your initial post (due by Thurs., @ 9 pm)

     

    African Change Agents

    • Nelson Mandela

    11

    African Change Agents

    • Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf

    Group Discussion Board (DB4) – your comments/replies (due by Thurs., @ 9 pm)

     

    African Change Agents

    • Haile Selassie

    12

    Asian Change Agents

    • Malala Yousafzai

    Assignment Due:  Case Analysis of a Change Agent (due Sunday, @ 9:00

    Asian Change Agents

    • Mahatma Gandhi

    13

    Asian Change Agents

    • Mother Teresa

     

     

    Asian Change Agents

    • Genghis Khan

     

     

    14

    European Change Agents

    • Bono

     

     

    European Change Agents

    • Princess Diana

     

     

    15

    European Change Agents

    • Angela Merkel

     

     

    European Change Agents

    • Napoleon Bonaparte

     

     

    16

    FINAL EXAM Review

    FINAL EXAM

  • "Bibliography of readings/ suggested textbook(s) or rationale for why none is being specified:*

    Required Text:

    • Komives, S. R., Lucas, N., & McMahon, T. R. (2013). Exploring leadership: For college students who want to make a difference (3rd ed.). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
      • After careful review of a variety of potential required texts, we believe this textbook matches the survey nature of the course with broad overviews and applications of leading social and cultural change. Furthermore, the book is also very cost-effective compared to other textbooks that were considered.
      • Susan R. Komives is one of the foremost scholars and practitioners of leadership development.

     

    Additional Required Reading

    • Students will be required to read excerpts of biographical leadership sketches as provided by the instructor.
      • In order to provide students with accurate information that meets the course SLOs, instructors will select excerpt leadership biographical sketches to supplement the required textbook. 
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      • UCC Member

        Status:Approved

        Participants

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        • UCC agenda 12/5/19
        • Richard Fox *  12/5/2019 4:11 PM
        • Charles Acosta
        • Shannon Alexander
        • Seyed Allameh
        • Nana Arthur-Mensah
        • Rachael Banks
        • Robin Bartlett
        • Amanda Brown
        • Ty Brumback
        • Mary Bucklin
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        • Ronnie Chamberlain
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        • Sara Drabik
        • Traci Freeman
        • Rudy Garns
        • Kebede Gemene
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        • Steven Gores
        • Julie Hart
        • Kelsey Haskins
        • Michael Hatton
        • David Kime
        • Hilary Landwehr
        • Nancy Lang
        • Lili Ma
        • Kelly Moffett
        • Stephen Mueller
        • Megan Peek
        • Terry Pence
        • Terry Powell
        • Kc Russell
        • Amal Said
        • Toru Sakaguchi
        • Kurt Sander
        • Meredith Singleton
        • Ernest Smith
        • Danielle Todd
        • Rachele Vogelpohl
        • Andrea Watkins
        • Ginger Webb
        • Eileen Weisenbach Keller
        • Zachary Wells
        • Linda Wermeling
        • Threasa Wesley
        • Robert Wilcox
        • Roger Zarnowski

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        Date Completed:
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      • UCC Chair

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        • Richard Fox  12/5/2019 4:12 PM

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      • Coordinator - Curriculum Programs - Add CIP CODE

        Status:Working

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        • Constance Kiskaden

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      • Coordinator - Curriculum Programs

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        • Constance Kiskaden

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