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  • ISBN 0787958212
  • ISBN13 978-0787958213
  • Language English
  • Author Robert Loper
  • Publisher Jossey-Bass (February 20, 2002)
  • Pages 106
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  • Subcategory Management and Leadership
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Events of the new decade have encouraged democratic societies like ours to think more deeply about the kind of society we want to create and about how we can improve our efforts to do so. This issue focuses on some of the most interesting work being done in the American Communities Movement today and contains articles by leading practitioners on the promise heralded by convergence in tools, values, and practices. It examines the ideas that emerged from a series of dialogues on community reform organized by the National Civic League and the Coalition for Healthier Cities and Communities. Chapters provide models from active programs in community-level reform from a variety of cities and municipalities. The obstacles and opportunities encountered in a community improvement project are viewed through the lens of the Jacksonville Community Council Inc and their experiences. A new model for human service delivery, developed by the Human Service Planning Alliance in Des Moines, demonstrates that well-time and well-targeted social investments produce significant positive returns. It also provides a perspective on the ongoing debate over the changing role of government, the significance of the new public service, and the enduring importance of democratic values.

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This book provides an overview of the issues facing the broad group of citizens, academics, and public officials.

February 20, 2002, Jossey-Bass. Paperback in English.

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The National Civic League is an American nonpartisan, non-profit organization founded in 1894 with a mission to advance civic engagement to create equitable, thriving communities

The National Civic League is an American nonpartisan, non-profit organization founded in 1894 with a mission to advance civic engagement to create equitable, thriving communities

The American Communities Movement .

The American Communities Movement. Cite this publication. The first stage was to convene an advisory council to frame the issues that would be discussed, choose the locations for the dialogues, and design a survey instrument for use in each dialogue. There are other significant community-based movements, but this selection comprises a good sample of the movements that have been the most influential over the past decade. More information on each movement is found in this article. Do you want to read the rest of this article?

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The National Civic Federation (NCF) was an American economic organization founded in 1900 which brought together chosen representatives of big business and organized labor.

The National Civic Federation (NCF) was an American economic organization founded in 1900 which brought together chosen representatives of big business and organized labor, as well as consumer advocates in an attempt to ameliorate labor disputes. It favored moderate progressive reform and sought to resolve disputes arising between industry and organized labor.

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Published February 26, 2001 by Jossey-Bass.

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