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Resolving community conflicts and problems : public deliberation and sustained dialogue

Author: Roger A Lohmann; Jon Van Til
Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press, ©2011.
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Public Deliberation and group discussion can strengthen the foundations of civil society, even when the groups engaged in debate share a history of animosity. Scholars have begun to study the dialogue sustaining these conversations, especially its power to unite and divide groups and individuals. The twenty-four essays in this collection analyze public exchanges and the nature of sustained dialogue within the
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Roger A Lohmann; Jon Van Til
ISBN: 9780231151689 0231151683 9780231525282 0231525281
OCLC Number: 663439160
Description: xiv, 368 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction : Sustained dialogue and public deliberation : the role of public conversation in a growing civil society and commons / Roger A. Lohmann, Jon Van Til, and Dolly Ford --
The structure of sustained dialogue and public deliberation / Jon Van Til --
The sustained dialogue model : transforming relationships, designing change / Harold H. Saunders and Priya Narayan Parker --
Sustained dialogue in action / Harold H. Saunders and Priya Narayan Parker --
Sustained dialogue and public deliberation : making the connection / David Robinson --
Let's talk : dialogue and deliberation in higher education / Lisa Bedinger --
Deliberation, dialogue, and deliberative democracy in social work education and practice / Roger A. Lohmann and Nancy Lohmann --
Diving in : a handbook for improving race relations on college campuses through the process of sustained dialogue / Teddy Nemeroff and David Tukey --
Derry exceptionalism and an organic model of sustained dialogue / Nick Acheson and Carl Milofsky --
The role of dialogue in achieving social justice at a large public university / Jennifer McIntosh and Charles Morris --
A public safety process : sustained dialogue for situational policing / James J. Nolan, Norman Conti, and Corey Colyer --
Facilitating neighborhood growth : a commonsense approach to public safety from the relational paradigm / James J. Nolan, Jeri Kirby, and Ronald Althouse --
The deliberative posture / David Ryfe --
Public deliberation and dialogue in public management / David G. Williams --
Deliberation and dialogue and commons theory / Roger A. Lohmann --
Question mapping : a method for organizing and sustaining dialogue / Richard F. Ludeman and Erna Gelles --
Applying family therapy principles to the body politic through sustained dialogue / Neal Newfield and Susan Newfield --
Social entrepreneurship in the practice of deliberation and dialogue / Roger A. Lohmann --
The future of deliberation and dialogue studies / Jon Van Til and Dolly Ford.
Responsibility: edited by Roger A. Lohmann and Jon Van Til.

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Public Deliberation and group discussion can strengthen the foundations of civil society, even when the groups engaged in debate share a history of animosity. Scholars have begun to study the dialogue sustaining these conversations, especially its power to unite and divide groups and individuals. The twenty-four essays in this collection analyze public exchanges and the nature of sustained dialogue within the context of race relations, social justice, ethnic conflicts, public-safety issues, public management, community design, and family therapy. They particularly focus on college campuses and the networks of organizations and actors that have found success there. Open discussion may seem like a merely idealistic gesture in such milieus, yet in fact the practice proves crucial to establishing and reinforcing civic harmony.

Roger A. Lohmann is emeritus professor of social work at West Virginia University, where he was the founder of the Nova Institute. He is also president of the theory section of the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), former editor of the Nonprofit Management and Leadership Journal, and the author of numerous publications, including Breaking Even: Financial Management in Nonprofit Human Services and The Commons: New Perspectives on Nonprofit Organizations, Voluntary Action, and Philanthropy.

Jon Van Til is professor emeritus of urban studies and community planning at Rutgers University. He is also past president of ARNOVA, the former editor in chief of the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, executive secretary of the Civil Society Design Network, and author of publications that include Mapping the Third Sector: Voluntarism in a Changing Social Economy; Growing Civil Society: From Nonprofit Sector to Third Space; and Breaching Derry's Walls: The Quest for a Lasting Peace in Northern Ireland. --Book Jacket.

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