FSEM1010-25.FSEM: Hungry for Change.F13.Roberson,Wendy
FSEM: Hungry for Change
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When Katniss Everdeen volunteered to participate in the 74th Annual Hunger Games, she didn't know that her actions would spark a revolution. Did her actions align with her values? Were decisions based on what would positively impact the community? What role did Peeta Mellark play in the movement? Was the desired change sustainable? In this course we will explore the popular Hunger Games series through the lens of the Social Change Model of Leadership. The Social Change Model is an approach to leadership development focused on the process of enacting social change from multiple perspectives. The model assumes that leadership is socially responsible, collaborative, a process not a position, inclusive and accessible, values-based and requires community involvement. How does the Hunger Games series measure up?
Roberson, Wendy, "FSEM1010-25.FSEM: Hungry for Change.F13.Roberson,Wendy" (2013). Syllabi. 1823.