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Who cares? : rediscovering community

Author: David B Schwartz
Publisher: Boulder : WestviewPress, 1997.
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Who Cares? emphasizes finding humane responses to developmentally and physically disabled individuals that are community driven rather than solely reliant on problem-solution oriented social service organizations. David Schwartz examines the roles of both informal communities and sectarian communities for examples and practical techniques that can be applied to the reader's situation. The beautifully written,  Read more...
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Schwartz, David B., 1948-
Who cares?
Boulder : WestviewPress, 1997
(OCoLC)605992850
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David B Schwartz
ISBN: 0813332079 9780813332079 0813332087 9780813332086
OCLC Number: 35198743
Description: xiii, 169 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword / Ivan Illich --
1. Two Worlds of Caring --
2. The Little Boy Who Was Afraid of White --
3. How Informal Life Is Drowned --
4. Quest for Community --
5. The History of Hospitality --
6. Do Remnants of Hospitality Remain? --
7. Stimulating Cultural Healing --
8. Remnants of Culture in Professional Healing --
9. Maintaining the Formal View: Public Policy, Individual Rights, and Professional Training --
10. Five Simple Solutions That Are Wrong --
11. Beneath Our Feet/Under Our Noses: Six Useful Ways to Support Hospitality --
12. What Can One Person Do?
Responsibility: David B. Schwartz.

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