|Series||Department of the Army pamphlet -- 165-16., DA pam -- 165-16.|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of the Army.|
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|Pagination||1 v. (loose-leaf) ;|
Moral leadership/values--stages of the family life cycle (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Updating loose-leaf: Document Type: Continually Updated Resource: All Authors / Contributors: United States. Department of the Army. OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title: Religious activities. About Lives of Moral Leadership. In this rich and illuminating book, the Pulitzer Prize-winning, bestselling author Robert Coles creates a portrait of moral leadership–what it is, and how it is achieved–through stories of people who have led and inspired him: Robert Kennedy, Dorothy Day, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Erik Erikson, a Boston bus driver, teachers in college, medical school, and. --Brian D. McLaren, author of The Great Spiritual Migration "Moral Leadership for a Divided Age is a social-historical treatment that emphasizes values, a sense of calling, and the impact of actions upon people and communities. Of particular significance is how the book addresses the human dynamics of leadership while simultaneously providing a 5/5(7). This book affirms the global need for moral leadership in the 21st century at a time when the risks to human survival have been increasing. What is particularly needed is leadership with ethical or moral behavior ingrained in its values system. People know that when they are not treated ethically and morally, bad things happen.
From family education, moral values like truthfulness, happiness, peace, justice are instilled in children’s thoughts. Accordingly, a person sets his ideals and governs his life. The value system practised in the family develops automatically to the young family members if they are educated moral values properly. stages of the process – from ethical system to personal values to moral debate and actual decision making - there will be debate, interpretation and the formulation of rules, precepts and codes. This is an immensely complex Moral leadership John West-Burnham. Leadership. The two normative theories of leadership, which describe good leadership in terms of ethical or moral leadership, are James MacGregor Burns' theory of transformational leadership and Robert K. However, as time goes by, the child becomes central in the family life (Leal, ). From the systemic theory, perspective family is a part of other contexts and systems which insert in cultural and communitarian contexts that affect the family behaviour (Relvas, ; Shaffer, ). The family.
Marx's and Engels' critique of the family consisted of three main elements: (1) a depiction of the hypocrisy and inhumanity of the contemporary bourgeois family; (2) the historicisation of the family, i.e. a historical account of the origins and development of the family in the past; and (3) a vision of the future 'family' in communist society. In this rich and illuminating book, the Pulitzer Prize-winning, bestselling author Robert Coles creates a portrait of moral leadership--what it is, and how it is achieved--through stories of people who have led and inspired him: Robert Kennedy, Dorothy Day, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Erik Erikson, a Boston bus driver, teachers in college, medical school, and elementary school, a/5(16). Family Life Cycle Theory Developed by Carter and McGoldrick (), the family life cycle views dysfunction in relation to normal functioning, It frames problems within the course of the family as a system moving through time. The individual life cycle takes place within the family life cycle (Carter & McGoldrick, , p. 4). Considering these factors it is no surprise that the family functions with a cycle, in other words the family unit experiences different stage throughout the life span. Psychologist Erik Erikson discussed the Psycho-social Stages of Development, he targeted the cycle of life that an individual experiences.