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by Jacqueline Mondros,Scott Wilson

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ISBN:
0231067186
Author:
Jacqueline Mondros,Scott Wilson
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Columbia University Press (April 15, 1994)
Pages:
279 pages
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1358 kb
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1548 kb
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1643 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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901


Jacqueline B. Mondros (Author) Jaqueline Mondros is dean of the Stony Brook University School of Social Welfare. This is a required book for a class that I am taking. in describing Organizational models that are correlating with new organizations.

Jacqueline B. Previously she was the dean of the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College CUNY, vice dean of University of Southern California School of Social Work, associate dean of Barry University School of Social Work, and assistant dean of Columbia University School of Social Work. Mondros, Scott Wilson. Organizing for Power and the Empowerment (Empowering the Powerless: A Social Work). This invaluable text on community organizing is designed to help those who want to build powerful community organizations, empower ordinary citizens to become strong leaders, and bring about change in the major social and economic issues of our day. Get A Copy. 0231067186 (ISBN13: 9780231067188).

Jacqueline Mondros, Scott Wilson. Designed to help build powerful community organizations, empower ordinary citizens to become leaders, and bring about major social and economic change, this book offers a coherent practice-based framework for understanding social action, with power and empowerment at the center of analysis. Topics include recruiting members, consensus building, leadership, publicity, and fundraising.

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Designed to help build powerful community organizations, empower ordinary citizens to become leaders, and bring about major social and economic change, this book offers a coherent practice-based framework for understanding social action, with power and empowerment at the center of analysis. Topics include recruiting members, consensus building, leadership, publicity, and fundraising.

  • Miromice
I needed this for class.
  • Wrathshaper
There are many groups which seek to represent their interests on a statewide or regional level, and which you hear about all the time on TV or in the newspaper. An individual perosn who seeks to become active inthese groups will always have a learning curve as to how such a group works and what it does do. This book is an excellent introduction into this arena of civil society. It teaches you how such a group works to recruit members, create opinion among its community and to develop individuals who wish to present a particular viewpoint into effective spokespersons.

I got it when I became the President of a statewide Advocacy group. At the time I had no real idea about hwo to lead the organization, and the group had its frictions and factions. It was important to get over the internal dynamics and try to present our view to the outside world. This book gave me the grounding to leanr how to do that.

In a way it's a course in maturity, and in political science for those who never took a poli sci class.
  • Binthars
This is a required book for a class that I am taking. It is o.k. in describing Organizational models that are correlating with new organizations.