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Sandy, Marie G.

Collective Action for Social Change

Sandy, Marie G. - Collective Action for Social Change, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Aaron Schutz, Marie G. Sandy

Part I. Overview

2. What Is Community Organizing?
Aaron Schutz, Marie G. Sandy

3. What Isn’t Community Organizing?
Aaron Schutz, Marie G. Sandy

Part II. History and Theory

4. Collective Action in Twentieth-Century America: A Brief History
Aaron Schutz, Marie G. Sandy

5. Saul Alinsky: The “Father” of Community Organizing
Aaron Schutz, Marie G. Sandy

Part III. Case Studies

6. Campaign versus Community Organizing: Storytelling in Obama’s 2008 Presidential Campaign
Aaron Schutz, Marie G. Sandy

7. A Theology of Organizing: From Alinsky to the Modern IAF
Mark R. Warren

8. Organizing Through “Door Knocking” within ACORN
Heidi Swarts

9. Mixing Metaphors and Integrating Organizing Models
Marie Sandy

Part IV. Key Concepts

10. Private—Civic—Public
Aaron Schutz, Marie G. Sandy

11. One-on-One Interviews
Aaron Schutz, Marie G. Sandy

12. Leadership
Aaron Schutz, Marie G. Sandy

13. Power and Targets
Aaron Schutz, Marie G. Sandy

14. “Cutting an Issue”
Aaron Schutz, Marie G. Sandy

15. Tactics and Strategy
Aaron Schutz, Marie G. Sandy

Part V. Conclusion

16. “Hope Is on the Ground”
Aaron Schutz, Marie G. Sandy

Keywords: Social Sciences, Social Work and Community Development, Urban Studies/Sociology, Politics of the Welfare State, Social Work, Social Structure, Social Inequality, Personality and Social Psychology

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2011
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
309 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230118539
Printed ISBN
978-0-230-11125-7

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