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ERIC Number: ED434047
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1998
Pages: 15
Abstractor: N/A
CLEP [Culture, Leadership, Empathy, and Power]: Hierarchy of Choice and Significance in Global Peace and Security.
Nwagboso, Emmanuel
Culture, Leadership, Empathy, and Power (CLEP) are important phenomena or variables in the global political system. The significance of these variables cannot be understated or underestimated because nation-states vis-a-vis the developed countries need to understand fully cultures and the roles they play in global politics; the developing countries need to learn to value leadership and the role it plays in their lives and in the global system. Actors in global politics have played the "power game" and have continued to play this game for a long period. The World Wars and the consequent period of the Cold War made it necessary for mankind to address the issue of power and the capabilities of power in helping to achieve global peace and security, especially in the new millennium. Data on hierarchy of choice and significance were collected from 77 students in two different classes who chose and ranked the CLEP variables according to their significance or importance in achieving global peace and security. Data collected have been used to calculate percentages or differences of the choices made by the two different groups on the significance of CLEP in global politics. Contains 2 figures, a table of data, and 16 notes. (Author/BT)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A