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Velopment practice including a critical discussion of the community economic development model Drawing on in depth interviews the fifth chapter analyses the future of local activism by integrating the voices and visions of young activists with theory and practice The final chapter offers a way to understand the history theory and practice of local activism and community organizing within the context of the broader fight for social changeAll royalties from this book will be contributed to the Immigrant Workers Centre Montre.

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Activism and Social Change

Drawing on over 30 years of experience in community development practice Shragge offers students and professionals an historical look at community organizing and local activism from its development in 1960 to the contemporary practices of today's young activists adding his personal reflections along the way In the process he makes links between a variety of forms of local organizing and the broader goal of fundamental social changeThe book begins with the author's reflection on several of his experiences in community organ.

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Izing practice over the past 30 years as an introduction to his basic themes The second chapter explores various theoretical models as well as historical traditions of community organizing with practice examples drawn from uebec The third chapter presents a survey of contributions to social action organizing from Saul Alinsky to the New Left feminist and other social movements highlighting lines of continuity among and between them The fourth chapter examines contemporary trends in and problems associated with community de.