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Rethinking community practice : developing transformative neighbourhoods (Book, 2013) [blueshirtsunited.com]

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Gabriel Chanan and Colin Miller show how this innovative but still amorphous movement can become more coherent, both on the ground and in public policy, by reforming community development, building neighborhood partnerships, measuring outcomes objectively, and synthesizing the best innovations of the past three decades. This is an important new perspective for all local public service agencies, all practitioners working in communities, and academics and students concerned with these fields. It draws upon the authors' extensive contributions to thinking about the theory and implementation of neighbourhood community practice. What happens in communities 5. They show how this innovative but still amorphous movement can become more coherent, both on the ground and in public policy: reforming community development, building new kinds of neighbourhood partnership, measuring outcomes objectively, and combining the best innovations of the past three decades into a new synthesis.

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rethinking community practice chanan gabriel miller colin

They show how this innovative but still amorphous movement can become more coherent, both on the ground and in public policy: reforming community development, building new kinds of neighbourhood partnership, measuring outcomes objectively, and combining the best innovations of the past three decades into a new synthesis. Foreword by Alan Twelvetrees; Introduction; National policy on community involvement - the historical journey; Community practice and the state; What happens in communities; Towards neighbourhood strategy; Building partnership; Different perspectives; Outcomes and evidence; Conclusion - strategy for community practice. Activists, agencies and academicians can all put this book to good use. Colin Miller is a researcher and consultant on community empowerment. Abstract: Rethinking Community Practice provides inspiring case studies together with sound principles and a concrete strategy that give readers a sense that true agency-community partnerships are not only desirable but eminently doable. Community practice is the name for that growing part of the relationship by which service providers and local residents collaborate flexibly and economically to meet needs, boost community strengths and service effectiveness, and link participative and representative democracy.

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rethinking community practice chanan gabriel miller colin

This is an important new perspective for local public service agencies, practitioners working in communities, and academics and students concerned with these fields. He has played a leading part in modernising community development, and embedding commitment to strengthening communities in public policy. Their resulting model makes a major contribution to contemporary debates. This is an important new perspective for all local public service agencies, all practitioners working in communities, and academics and students concerned with these fields. Combining a reexamination of theory with practical tools and approaches, Rethinking Community Practice provides a new framework for community involvement strategies. As local communities and public services reel under the impact of global economic turmoil, it is vital to find more creative ways for the services to work together with those who depend on them and who also, as citizens, ultimately govern them. It offers an intelligent and insightful analysis of the past and current scene and offers radical and challenging approaches for the future.

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Rethinking community practice: Developing transformative neighbourhoods (English Edition)

rethinking community practice chanan gabriel miller colin

Gabriel Chanan and Colin Miller show how this innovative but still amorphous movement can become more coherent, both on the ground and in public policy, by reforming community development, building neighborhood partnerships, measuring outcomes objectively, and synthesizing the best innovations of the past three decades. Rethinking Community Practice provides inspiring case studies together with sound principles and a concrete strategy that give readers a sense that true agency-community partnerships are not only desirable but eminently doable. It offers an intelligent and insightful analysis of the past and current scene and offers radical and challenging approaches for the future. Their resulting model makes a major contribution to contemporary debates. They show how this innovative but still amorphous movement can become more coherent, both on the ground and in public policy: reforming community development, building new kinds of neighbourhood partnership, measuring outcomes objectively, and combining the best innovations of the past three decades into a new synthesis. Combining re-examination of theory with practical tools and approaches, Chanan and Miller provide a new framework for local involvement strategy, for policy-makers and practitioners alike. As local communities and public services reel under the impact of global economic turmoil, it is vital to find more creative ways for the services to work together with those who depend on them and who also, as citizens, ultimately govern them.

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Rethinking community practice : developing transformative neighbourhoods (Book, 2013) [blueshirtsunited.com]

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This is an important new perspective for local public service agencies, practitioners working in communities, and academics and students concerned with these fields--from publisher's website. Activists, agencies and academicians can all put this book to good use. Rethinking Community Practice provides inspiring case studies together with sound principles and a concrete strategy that give readers a sense that true agency-community partnerships are not only desirable but eminently doable. Foreword by Alan Twelvetrees; Introduction; National policy on community involvement — the historical journey; Community practice and the state; What happens in communities; Towards neighbourhood strategy; Building partnership; Different perspectives; Outcomes and evidence; Conclusion — strategy for community practice. This is an important new perspective for all local public service agencies, all practitioners working in communities, and academics and students concerned with these fields. Activists, agencies and academicians can all put this book to good use.

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Rethinking Community Practice: Developing Transformative Neighbourhoods, Chanan, Miller

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The E-mail message field is required. Combining re-examination of theory with practical tools and approaches, Chanan and Miller provide a new framework for local involvement strategy, for policy-makers and practitioners alike. As local communities and public services reel under the impact of global economic turmoil, it is vital to find more creative ways for the services to work together with those who depend on them and who also, as citizens, ultimately govern them. He has played a leading part in modernising community development, and embedding commitment to strengthening communities in public policy. Combining re-examination of theory with practical tools and approaches, Chanan and Miller provide a new framework for local involvement strategy, for policy-makers and practitioners alike. It offers an intelligent and insightful analysis of the past and current scene and offers radical and challenging approaches for the future.

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Rethinking community practice by Gabriel Chanan (ebook)

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Responsibility: Gabriel Chanan and Colin Miller ; with a foreword by Alan Twelvetrees. Community practice is the name for that growing part of the relationship by which service providers and local residents collaborate flexibly and economically to meet needs, boost community strengths and service effectiveness, and link participative and representative democracy. As local communities and public services reel under the impact of global economic turmoil, it is vital to find more creative ways for the services to work together with those who depend on them and who also, as citizens, ultimately govern them. Combining re-examination of theory with practical tools and approaches, Chanan and Miller provide a new framework for local involvement strategy, for policy-makers and practitioners alike. Foreword by Alan Twelvetrees; Introduction; National policy on community involvement - the historical journey; Community practice and the state; What happens in communities; Towards neighbourhood strategy; Building partnership; Different perspectives; Outcomes and evidence; Conclusion - strategy for community practice. National policy on community involvement—the historical journey 3.

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Rethinking community practice by Gabriel Chanan (ebook)

rethinking community practice chanan gabriel miller colin

Their resulting model makes a major contribution to contemporary debates. This is an important new perspective for all local public service agencies, all practitioners working in communities, and academics and students concerned with these fields. Colin Miller is a researcher and consultant on community empowerment. They show how this innovative but still amorphous movement can become more coherent, both on the ground and in public policy: reforming community development, building new kinds of neighbourhood partnership, measuring outcomes objectively, and combining the best innovations of the past three decades into a new synthesis. Community practice and the state 4.

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Rethinking Community Practice

rethinking community practice chanan gabriel miller colin

. Community practice is the name for that growing part of the relationship by which service providers and local residents collaborate flexibly and economically to meet needs, boost community strengths and service effectiveness, and link participative and representative democracy. Community practice is the name for that growing part of the relationship by which service providers and local residents collaborate flexibly and economically to meet needs, boost community strengths and service effectiveness, and link participative and representative democracy. It draws upon the authors' extensive contributions to thinking about the theory and implementation of neighbourhood community practice. . . .

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Rethinking community practice: Developing transformative neighbourhoods (English Edition)

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