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Burton, Lorelle J.

Social Capital and Enterprise in the Modern State

Burton, Lorelle J. - Social Capital and Enterprise in the Modern State, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Concepts and Contexts

1. Enabling States, Capitalising Enterprise and Confronting the Social: Issues and Implications in Researching Contemporary Social Capital and Enterprise
Éidín Ní Shé, Lorelle J. Burton, Patrick Alan Danaher

2. The Ghost in the Machine: Enabling Public Administration for an Enabling State
Chris McInerney

Part II. Case Studies

3. The Residualisation of Social Housing in Australia and Its Impacts on Older Tenants
Alan Morris

4. Stewarding Change? A Discussion About the METRO Care Model in Regional Australia
Matthew Gregg, Éidín Ní Shé, Lorelle J. Burton

5. From Absorption to Inclusion: The Evolution of Irish State Policy on Travellers
Anne Boyle, Marie Flynn, Joan Hanafin

6. Local Governments and Social Enterprise: Meeting Community Challenges Together?
Catherine Hastings, John Weate

7. No One Wakes Up Wanting to Be Homeless: A Case Study in Applied Creative Writing
Francesca Rendle-Short, Ronnie Scott, Stayci Taylor, Michelle Aung Thin, Melody Ellis

8. ‘Shooting the Filigreed Breeze’: Reconsidering Older Men’s Trust Relations in Digital Social Enterprise
Lisa McDonald

9. Gender-differentiated Social and Human Capital and the Use of Microcredit in Bangladeshi Female Entrepreneurship
Muntaha Rakib, Sayan Chakrabarty, Stephen Winn

10. Social Enterprise and CALD Refugee Settlement Experience
Eric Kong, Sue Bishop, Eddy Iles

11. Becoming and Being a Social Entrepreneur in Regional Australia: What Can Be Learned and Shared
Luke Terry, Marian Lewis

12. The Thrive Programme at Toowoomba Clubhouse: Building Social Connections and Reducing Stigma Experiences for People with a Lived Experience of Mental Illness
Sueanne M. Gola, Lorelle J. Burton

13. Men of Business ‘Pay it Forward’ Program: A Model for Building Social Capital in Disenfranchised Youth in High Schools
Lorelle J. Burton, Éidín Ní Shé, Sue Olliver

14. Clemente Toowoomba Programme: Enabling Pathways to Higher Education and Employment for Marginalised People in Community
Rebecca J. Lane, Lorelle J. Burton, Gavin Beccaria

15. Democratising Economies Through Place-Based Thinking
Patricia Inman

16. Afterword: Issues and Implications
Glen David Postle

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Public Policy

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
21 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319681153
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-68114-6

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