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Dialectics of Leadership for Peace: Toward a Moral Model of Resistance

@article{Ledbetter2012DialecticsOL,
  title={Dialectics of Leadership for Peace: Toward a Moral Model of Resistance},
  author={Bernice Ledbetter},
  journal={Journal of Leadership, Accountability, and Ethics},
  year={2012},
  volume={9},
  pages={11-24}
}
  • Bernice Ledbetter
  • Published 1 November 2012
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Leadership, Accountability, and Ethics
This paper presents an argument for establishing the purpose of leadership as peace. Leading for peace assumes the possibility of moral progress. Using a dialectic approach, power and resistance are considered not dualistic opposites, but rather complex, ambiguous and interrelated constructs. From this dialectic, a model of resistance leadership, grounded in moral imagination, is presented. The Occupy Wall Street Movement is discussed as an example of moral resistance leadership, operating in… 

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