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Christian Practices As Counter Discourses: Foucault, Barth, And The Discourse Of Higher Education, Jason Lief Sep 2010

Christian Practices As Counter Discourses: Foucault, Barth, And The Discourse Of Higher Education, Jason Lief

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Jason Lief presented this paper at the Teaching, Learning, and Christian Practices Conference, held at Calvin College in October 2009.


Leadership Behaviors Of Athletic Coaches In The Council For Christian Colleges And Universities, Jeff Schouten Jul 2010

Leadership Behaviors Of Athletic Coaches In The Council For Christian Colleges And Universities, Jeff Schouten

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The purpose of this study was to examine the leadership behaviors of coaches within the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities using the Revised Leadership Scale for Sport. A secondary purpose was to gain greater insight into the democratic and positive feedback leadership behaviors of male and female coaches in the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU). Three hundred and ninety-six head coaches in the CCCU participated in the study; 320 (80.5%) males and 76 (19.5%) females. The participants completed the Revised Leadership Scale for Sport (Zhang, J., Jensen, B.E., & Mann, B.L., 1997). The results ...


Outrageous Idea Of Academic Faithfulness (Book Review), Ryan G. Zonnefeld Jun 2010

Outrageous Idea Of Academic Faithfulness (Book Review), Ryan G. Zonnefeld

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Reviewed Title: Opitz, Donald, and Derek Melleby. The Outrageous Idea of Academic Faithfulness. Grand Rapids, MI: Brazos Press, 2007. 144 pages. ISBN-978-1-58743-210-1.


Are You Called To Be An Alligator Tamer?, Syd Hielema Mar 2010

Are You Called To Be An Alligator Tamer?, Syd Hielema

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Dr. Sydney Hielema presented this paper on September 7, 2009, as part of the Dordt College First Monday Series.


Job Satisfaction Of Naia Head Coaches At Small Faith-Based Colleges: The Teacher-Coach Model, Craig L. Stiemsma Jan 2010

Job Satisfaction Of Naia Head Coaches At Small Faith-Based Colleges: The Teacher-Coach Model, Craig L. Stiemsma

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The head coaches at smaller colleges usually have other job responsibilities that include teaching, along with the responsibilities of coaching, recruiting, scheduling, and other coaching-related jobs. There is often a dual role involved for these coaches who try to juggle two different jobs that sometimes require different skill sets and involve different responsibilities that may lead to role conflict. The primary purpose of this study was to determine the level of job satisfaction of coaches in the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC). This study also sought to determine if there were differences in coaches' levels of job satisfaction based on ...