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from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2012
by Brian Stiller
October 31, 2012
Looking broadly at world politics, Dr. Brian Stiller prompts his audience to hold a global perspective of Christianity that will influence how they respond to and interact with American culture and...
from POSC 225: Survey of American Government
by Scott A. Waller
April 18, 2012
Dr. Scott Waller explains the powers of the executive branch and describes how the role of the president has changed over time.
February 29, 2012
Dr. Scott Waller explains the powers of the president outlined in the Constitution.
February 22, 2012
Dr. Scott Waller discusses the dangers of tyrannical government. He shows how the checks and balances put in place by the Constitution work to prevent such a government.
from ISCL 765: Cross-Cultural Leadership
by Sherwood Lingenfelter
March 4, 2011
Sherwood Lingenfelter lectures on how looking at things through a political lens brings important insights to understanding leadership, even in a church. He tackles difficult issues regarding polit...
March 4, 2011
Sherwood Lingenfelter examines situations where rules are broken, in order to understand what the rules in society are. He shows then, how rules need to be understood in order to study people in ac...
from ISAN 507: Cultural Anthropology
by Douglas Hayward
February 1, 1999
Dr. Douglas Hayward breaks down the basic aspects of the anthropological study of leadership. Dr. Hayward also addresses both simple and complex systems of political leadership as they exist in var...