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|Notes:||"First published in hardback 2010"--Title page verso.
Includes updated foreword to the paperback.
|Description:||xviii, 274 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction Making Sense of Volunteering: Perspectives, Principles and Definitions Capturing the Diversity of Voluntary Action Profiling Voluntary Action: Who Does What? UK Volunteering in International Perspective A Changing Society Government and Volunteering; Towards a History of Policy and Practice The Changing Face of Volunteering - Current and Future Trends Motivation and Recruitment: Why and How do Volunteers Come? Rewards and Retention: Why do Volunteers Stay? Issues of Co-ordination and Management: How Can the Activities of Volunteers be Best Organised? Measuring the Impact of Volunteering Changing the Image of Volunteering Making Volunteering Inclusive Maintaining the Independence of Voluntary Action Defending the Spirit of Volunteering from Formalisation Voluntary Action in the 21st Century References|
|Responsibility:||Colin Rochester [and others].|
'Volunteering and Society in the 21st Century by Colin Rochester, Angela Ellis Paine, and Steven Howlett, with Meta Zimmeck, provides a comprehensive and coherent overview of the multiple dimensions