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Organizational response to social problems

Author: William R Freudenburg; Ted I K Youn; Stephanie W Hartwell; R K Schutt
Publisher: Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2009.
Series: Research in social problems and public policy, v. 8.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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From the de-institutionalization of psychiatric hospitals to the privatization of prisons, the dramatic public policy changes have been, to a large extent, changes in organization. This book examines these organizational changes.
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Additional Physical Format: Print
Organizational response to social problems.
2001
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William R Freudenburg; Ted I K Youn; Stephanie W Hartwell; R K Schutt
ISBN: 9781849500760 1849500762
OCLC Number: 939182849
Notes: ISSN 0196-1152.
Ebook. PDF.
Epublication rendering of: 9780762307166, 2001.
Description: 288 pages : illustrations.
Details: PDF: Adobe PDF.
Contents: EDITORIAL BOARD.List of Contributors. The organizational response to social problems: Changing interorganizational and organization-client relations. Beyond Babel: Establishing system-wide principles of collaborative care for adults with serious and persistent mental illness. Community-based service providers for people with chronic care needs: Survival in an uncertain environment. The government non-profit relationship: Towards a partnership model for HIV/AIDS prevention in the Latino community. Implementing a mental health case management system: Technological change and organizational structure. Ritual conformity to the Americans with disabilities act: Coercive and normative isomorphism. Organizational infrastructure and community capacity: The role of broker organizations. Fighting drug and alcohol abuse in communities and improving race relations: Theoretical lessons learned. Between partnership and privatism: The case of rebuild L.A.. Organizing a community response to environmental injustice: Walpole island's heritage centre as a social movement organization. Toward an understanding of responses to methadone maintenance treatment organizational style. The sexual culture of psychiatric treatment facilities and mental illness clients' HIV risk: A theoretical framework and pilot study. Resource mobilization and the reduction of prison violence. A public health - juvenile justice collaboration to address the psychiatric needs of incarcerated youth. Child abuse and its consequences.
Series Title: Research in social problems and public policy, v. 8.
Responsibility: William R. Freudenburg [and others].

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