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Chaplain SWOT Analysis

Chaplain SWOT Analysis

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Published by: Todd Hine on Jun 14, 2012
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LIBERTY UNIVERSITYSURVEY PROJECT 4: SWOT ANALYSISA PAPER SUBMITTED TODR ANDY GOWINSFOR CLED 620IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENTOF THE MASTERS OF DIVINITY DEGREEBYTODD HINE04 JUNE 2012
 
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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
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STRENGTHS
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WEAKNESSES
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OPPORTUNITIES
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THREATS
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CONCLUSION
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BIBLIOGRAPHY
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CLED 6202INTRODUCTION
As a member of a commander’s special staff, the chaplain position maintains
privilegesand responsibilities unique to the military. Similarities between chaplains and other members of the branch of service end at the normal expectation of wear and appearance of uniforms and thecustoms and courtesies warranted per rank.The information contained under the designated headings provides a summation of several soldiers interviewed for input regarding the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, andThreats within the realm of a military chaplain. This was conducted using lecture notes as aresource for a survey questions. While the survey has a more specific design geared toward achaplain, it encompasses the intent in that even the position of chaplain maintains SWOTanalysis potential.STRENGTHSBy far the biggest strength of the chaplain as viewed by military members is theavailability to maintain discretion. The perspective held by all interviewed presented a general
 belief that the chaplain has client confidentiality. This belief, regardless of the military member’s
religious background, provided the members with a comfort factor held dear. It became apparentwithout inquiring further, that most military members like to have a secret avenue of escape intheir lives, just in case something bad befall them. Without mentioning it directly, that impliedmessage was that the avenue of escape would be for a decision gone wrong.Along the same parallel train of thought was the indication that the chaplain, even by his
mere presence, offered a level of peace for the soldier. The organization’s chapl
ain being dullyfulfilled by someone gave a sense of comfort and surety to the soldiers. It meant that they had

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