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The community development reader

Author: James DeFilippis; Susan Saegert
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2008.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Community development reader.
New York : Routledge, 2008
(DLC) 2007019507
(OCoLC)131064868
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James DeFilippis; Susan Saegert
ISBN: 9780203935569 020393556X
OCLC Number: 467436969
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 347 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Communities develop: the question is how / James DeFilippis and Susan Saegert --
pt 1. History and future of community development . Swimming against the tide: a brief history of Federal policy in poor communities / Alice O'Connor --
Collective ownership and community control and development: the long view / James DeFilippis --
The new (and old) politics of urban problem solving / Xavier de Souza Briggs --
pt 2. Community development institutions and practice. --
More than bricks and sticks: five components of community development corporation capacity / Norman Glickman and Lisa Servon --
Learning from adversity: The CDC school of hard knocks / by William Rohe, Rachel Bratt, and Protip Biswas --
Social ownership of housing / by Michael Stone --
Community development financial institutions / by Benjamin Lehn, Julia Sass Rubin, and Sean Zielenbach --
No progress without protest / by Gregory Squires --
Economic development of neighborhoods and localities / by Wim Wiewel, Michael Teitz, and Robert Giloth --
Communities of place, face and space: provision of services to poor, urban children and their families / Tama Levanthal, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, and Sheila Kamerman --
Community based organizations and migration in New York City / by Hector Cordero-Guzm n and Victoria Quiroz-Becerra --
Social capital, religious institutions and poor communities / by Michael Foley, John McCarthy and Mark Chaves --
Collaborating to reduce poverty / Michael Rich, Michael Giles and Emily Stern --
Toward greater effectiveness in community change: challenges and responses for philanthropy / by Prudence Brown, Robert Chaskin, Ralph Hamilton, and Harold Richman --
Rural community development: a focus on rural communities in urban societies / Timothy Collins and Christopher Merrett --
pt. 3. Understanding, building, and organizing community. what community supplies / Robert Sampson --
The myth of a purified community / Richard Sennett --Community organizing for power and democracy: lessons learned from a life in the trenches / Harold DeRienzo --
Neighborhood organizing: The importance of historical context / Robert Fisher --
A theology of organizing: from Alinsky to the modern IAF / Mark Warren --
Community organizing: an ecological route to empowerment and power / Paul Speer, and Joe Hughey --
Community building : limitations and promise / William Traynor --
Exploring social capital and civic engagement to create a framework for community building / James Hyman --
Doing democracy up-close: culture, power and communication in community planning / Xavier de Souza Briggs --
Community organizing or organizing community? gender and the crafts of empowerment / Susan Stall and Randy Stoecker --
How do communities matter for community organizing? / David Greenberg --
pt. 4. Theoretical conceptions and debates. --
Domestic property interests as a seedbed for community action / John E. Davis --
Has homeownership been oversold? / Winton Pitcoff --
The five faces of oppression / Iris Marion Young --
Expanding comprehensiveness: structural racism and community building in the United States / Keith Lawrence --
Defining feminist community / Judith Garber --
The CDC model of urban development: a critique and an alternative / Randy Stoecker --
The construction of the local and the limits of contemporary community-building in the United states / James Fraser, Jonathan Lepofsky, Edward Kick and J. Patrick Williams --
Strengthening the connections between communities and external resources / Anne C. Kubisch, Patricia Auspos, Prudence Brown, Robert Chaskin, Karen Fulbright-Anderson, and Ralph Hamilton --
Concluding thoughts / James DeFilippis and Susan Saegert.
Responsibility: James DeFilippis and Susan Saegert, editors.

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