How to organize community

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () The mystery of the kibbutz: how egalitarian principles survived in a capitalist world [i] [d]
  2. () One person, no vote: how voter suppression is destroying our democracy [i]
  3. () Food apartheid: the root of the problem with America's groceries [u]
  4. () More than a paycheck [u]
  5. () This problem belongs to everyone [i] [j]
  6. () Rebuilding public institutions together: professionals and citizens in a participatory democracy [i] [j]
  7. () Complexity management and multi-scale governance: a case study in an Amazonian indigenous association [d]
  8. () Developing a business analytics methodology: a case study in the foodbank sector [d]
  9. () The meaning of freelance community [u]
  10. () What is community operational research? [d]
  11. () Paths of recruitment: rational social prospecting in petition canvassing [d]
  12. () 'We will not perish; we're going to keep flourishing': race, food access, and geographies of self-reliance [d]
  13. () Daily occupations, routines, and social participation of homeless young people [d]
  14. () Dewey's pragmatic politics: power, limits, and realism about democracy as a way of life [i] [d]
  15. () Systemic lean intervention: enhancing lean with community operational research [d]
  16. () A cook's tour: towards a framework for measuring the social impact of social purpose organisations [d]
  17. () Spontaneous emergence of community OR: self-initiating, self-organising problem structuring mediated by social media [community operational research] [d]
  18. () Places in need: the changing geography of poverty [i]
  19. () Space and the social worth of public libraries [d]
  20. () To what ends, by which means? [u]
  21. Meg A. Bond, Irma García de Serrano, & Christopher Keys [ed] () APA handbook of community psychology [i]
  22. () Asset-based community maps: a tool for expanding resources in community health programs [d]
  23. () Integration as a means of restoring democracy and opportunity [u]
  24. () Increasing overall well-being is salient in treating homelessness [p] [d]
  25. Patrick Dolan & Nick Frost [ed] () The Routledge handbook of global child welfare [i]
  26. () Teaching the art and craft of drafting public law: statutes, rules, and more [u]
  27. Richard J. Estes & M. Joseph Sirgy [ed] () The pursuit of human well-being: the untold global history [i] [d]
  28. () Corruption: what everyone needs to know [i]
  29. () Creating healthy neighborhoods: evidence-based planning and design strategies [i]
  30. () Permanent patients: hospital discharge planning meets housing insecurity [p] [d]
  31. August John Hoffman [ed] () Creating a transformational community: the fundamentals of stewardship activities [i]
  32. () Transforming communities: how people like you are healing their neighborhoods [i]
  33. () The captured economy: how the powerful enrich themselves, slow down growth, and increase inequality [i]
  34. () Engaging families in public libraries [d]
  35. () Jackson rising: the struggle for economic recovery and black self-determination in Jackson, Mississippi [i]
  36. () Democracy in America?: what has gone wrong and what we can do about it [i]
  37. () Keeping the faith [u]
  38. () Creating change through arts, culture, and equitable development: a policy and practice primer [o] [u]
  39. () Toxic inequality: the true costs of poverty and racial injustice for America's families [i]
  40. () Brief notes on librarian as designer [u]
  41. () The social safety net after welfare reform: recent developments and consequences for household dynamics [d]
  42. () The autonomous city: a history of urban squatting [i]
  43. () A new approach to conservation: using community empowerment for sustainable well-being [d]
  44. () Communities in action: pathways to health equity [i] [d] [u]
  45. () Globalization and the retreat of citizen participation in collective action: a challenge for public administration [d]
  46. () Identifying, treating, and preventing childhood trauma in rural communities [i]
  47. () Green fairs as venues for civic engagement [d]
  48. Bernardo Bátiz Lazo & Leonidas Efthymiou [ed] () The book of payments: historical and contemporary views on the cashless society [o] [d]
  49. () Rules for revolutionaries: how big organizing can change everything [i]
  50. () Digital detachment: how computer culture undermines democracy [i]
  51. () Conceptualizing and operationalizing human wellbeing for ecosystem assessment and management [d]
  52. () Toward a more just approach to poverty simulations [d]
  53. () Data visualization [in community-based research] [i] [d]
  54. () The internet of places at community-scale: design scenarios for hyperlocal neighborhood [i] [d]
  55. () Meet them in the moment: engaging public library patrons when it matters most [d] [u]
  56. () Deconstructing the mission: a critical content analysis of public library mission statements [d]
  57. Lisa J. Crockett & Gustavo Carlo [ed] () Rural ethnic minority youth and families in the United States: theory, research, and applications [i] [d]
  58. () Over the hill to the poor farm: rural history almost forgotten [u]
  59. () Community wealth building forms: what they are and how to use them at the local level [d]
  60. () Facilitating PPGIS through university libraries [d]
  61. () Democracy reinvented: participatory budgeting and civic innovation in America [i] [j]
  62. () The paradox and the promise: perspectives on the future of public libraries [d]
  63. () The new librarianship field guide [i] [d] [j]
  64. () Counter-mapping for social justice [i] [d]
  65. Miodrag Mitrašinović [ed] () Concurrent urbanities: designing infrastructures of inclusion [i]
  66. () Envisioning libraries as collaborative community anchors for social service provision to vulnerable populations [d]
  67. Bonnie K. Nastasi & Amanda P. Borja [ed] () International handbook of psychological well-being in children and adolescents: bridging the gaps between theory, research, and practice [i] [d]
  68. () Social networks, strategic doing, and sustainable management of local food systems [i] [d]
  69. () The neo-humanitarians: assessing the credibility of organized volunteer crisis mappers [d]
  70. () Becoming ecological citizens: connecting people through performance art, food matter and practices [d]
  71. () Group model-building to support public policy: addressing a conflicted situation in a problem neighbourhood [d]
  72. () The power to heal: civil rights, Medicare, and the struggle to transform America's health care system [i]
  73. () Why are some individuals more resilient than others: the role of social support [d]
  74. () Librarians as stewards of place [d]
  75. () Public library support of families experiencing homelessness [d]
  76. () Gamification as motivation to engage in location-based public participation? [i] [d]
  77. () The library as center of meaning [d]
  78. Ronald E. Anderson [ed] () World suffering and quality of life [i] [d]
  79. () Historical ecology and ethnobiology: applied research for environmental conservation and social justice [d]
  80. Ralph L. Bangs & Larry E. Davis [ed] () Race and social problems: restructuring inequality [i] [d]
  81. () Equity, growth, and community: what the nation can learn from America's metro areas [i] [d] [j]
  82. () The food activist handbook: big & small things you can do to help provide fresh, healthy food for your community [i]
  83. () The nurture effect: how the science of human behavior can improve our lives and our world [i]
  84. () Start a revolution: stop acting like a library [i]
  85. () Data visualization: an untapped potential for political participation and civic engagement [i] [d]
  86. () The game of social life: an assessment of a multidimensional poverty simulation [d]
  87. () Helping members of the community manage their digital lives: developing a personal digital archiving workshop [d]
  88. () Libraries as transitory workspaces and spatial incubators [d]
  89. () Transforming libraries, building communities: the community-centered library [i]
  90. () Putting the public back into governance: the challenges of citizen participation and its future [d]
  91. () Lean startups for social change: the revolutionary path to big impact [i]
  92. () Places of inequality, places of possibility: mapping 'opportunity in geography' across urban school-communities [d]
  93. () Fracking the neighborhood: reluctant activists and natural gas drilling [i] [d]
  94. () Counter-recruitment and the campaign to demilitarize public schools [i] [d]
  95. () Everybody eats: using hunger banquets to teach about issues of global hunger and inequality [d]
  96. () Libraries at the crossroads: the public is interested in new services and thinks libraries are important to communities [o] [u]
  97. () Libraries, human rights, and social justice: enabling access and promoting inclusion [i]
  98. () Civic ecology: adaptation and transformation from the ground up [i] [d]
  99. () Open maps for everyone [u]
  100. () The health gap: the challenge of an unequal world [i]
  101. Anthony Masys [ed] () Disaster management: enabling resilience [i] [d]
  102. () 'I got to try to give back': how reciprocity norms in a poor people's organization influence members' social capital [d]
  103. () The construction of community understandings of sexual violence: rethinking public, practitioner and policy discourses [d]
  104. () Letting youths choose for themselves: concept mapping as a participatory approach for program and service planning [p] [d]
  105. () BiblioTech: why libraries matter more than ever in the age of Google [i]
  106. () 'Let the discussion continue, of course, but let the organizing begin': a praxis response [d]
  107. () Telling a story that must be heard: participatory indicators as tools for community empowerment [d]
  108. Fernando Santos-Granero [ed] () Images of public wealth or the anatomy of well-being in indigenous Amazonia [i] [j]
  109. () Community health systems as complex adaptive systems: ontology and praxis lessons from an urban health experience with demonstrated sustainability [d]
  110. Aaron Schutz & Mike Miller [ed] () People power: the community organizing tradition of Saul Alinsky [i]
  111. () Living with difference: how to build community in a divided world [i] [j]
  112. () The roots of goodness and resistance to evil: inclusive caring, moral courage, altruism born of suffering, active bystandership, and heroism [i]
  113. () Systems thinking for social change: a practical guide to solving complex problems, avoiding unintended consequences, and achieving lasting results [i]
  114. () Alternative GIS (alt.gis) and the six senses of the new mind: is alt.gis transforming GIS into a liberation technology? [i] [d]
  115. () Emerging GIS themes and the six senses of the new mind: is GIS becoming a liberation technology? [d]
  116. () The divergent city: unequal and uneven development in St. Louis [d]
  117. () Enacting resilience: a performative account of governing for urban resilience [d]
  118. () Promoting participatory community building in refugee camps with mapping technology [i] [d]
  119. () With a little help from our friends: creating community as we grow older [i]
  120. () The fight for ethical fashion: the origins and interactions of the clean clothes campaign [i]
  121. () Promoting integrated approaches to reducing health inequities among low-income workers: applying a social ecological framework [d]
  122. () Performance management in local government: the application of system dynamics to promote data use [d]
  123. () The public library as therapeutic landscape: a qualitative case study [d]
  124. () Moving beyond neighborhood: activity spaces and ecological networks as contexts for youth development [p] [u]
  125. () Place, not race: a new vision of opportunity in America [i]
  126. () Complexity and the art of public policy: solving society's problems from the bottom up [i] [d] [j]
  127. Mhairi A. Gibson & David W. Lawson [ed] () Applied evolutionary anthropology: Darwinian approaches to contemporary world issues [i] [d]
  128. () Teaching poverty with geographic visualization and geographic information systems (GIS): a case study of East Buffalo and food access [d]
  129. () More than money: five forms of capital to create wealth and eliminate poverty [i]
  130. () Interactive democracy: the social roots of global justice [i] [d]
  131. Jody Heymann & Magda Barrera [ed] () Ensuring a sustainable future: making progress on environment and equity [i] [d]
  132. () Resource caravans and resource caravan passageways: a new paradigm for trauma responding [d]
  133. () Community based system dynamics [i] [d]
  134. () Public libraries, public policies, and political processes: serving and transforming communities in times of economic and political constraint [i]
  135. () Value-focused thinking for community-based organizations: objectives and acceptance in local development [d]
  136. () Capitalism v. democracy: money in politics and the free market constitution [i]
  137. () Work organization, job insecurity, and occupational health disparities [d]
  138. () A systemic approach to civic action [i]
  139. Helena Águeda Marujo & Luis Miguel Neto [ed] () Positive nations and communities: collective, qualitative and cultural-sensitive processes in positive psychology [i] [d]
  140. () Behind the white picket fence: power and privilege in a multiethnic neighborhood [i]
  141. () Governing refugees: justice, order, and legal pluralism [i]
  142. () Food community networks as leverage for social embeddedness [d]
  143. () Connecting to change the world: harnessing the power of networks for social impact [i]
  144. Sandra Prince-Embury & Donald H. Saklofske [ed] () Resilience interventions for youth in diverse populations [i] [d]
  145. () Does segregation create winners and losers?: residential segregation and inequality in educational attainment [d]
  146. () Lakeshore living: designing lake places and communities in the footprints of environmental writers [i] [j]
  147. () Harnessing reciprocity to promote cooperation and the provisioning of public goods [d]
  148. () The library: big data's boomtown [d]
  149. Peter J. Rentfrow [ed] () Geographical psychology: exploring the interaction of environment and behavior [i]
  150. () Why government fails so often: and how it can do better [i] [d] [j]
  151. () Leaders eat last: why some teams pull together and others don't [i]
  152. () Effects of social, economic, and labor policies on occupational health disparities [d]
  153. () Relative deprivation: how subjective experiences of inequality influence social behavior and health [d]
  154. () The social roots of risk: producing disasters, promoting resilience [i]
  155. Laura Westra & Mirian Vilela [ed] () The Earth Charter, ecological integrity and social movements [i]
  156. () Participatory diagramming for engaging youth in a gender equity and community development dialogue: an African exemplar [u]
  157. () Subaltern empowerment in the geoweb: tensions between publicity and privacy [d]
  158. () Organizing immigrants: meaning generation in the community [d]
  159. () Promoting positive peace one block at a time: lessons from innovative community conferencing programs [i] [d]
  160. () Volunteered geographic information: potential implications for participatory planning [d]
  161. () Living room revolution: a handbook for conversation, community and the common good [i]
  162. () Pharmacy on a bicycle: innovative solutions to global health and poverty [i]
  163. () Public libraries as post-crisis information hubs [d]
  164. () Leadership, violence, and school climate: case studies in creating nonviolent schools [i]
  165. () Associating, mobilizing, politicizing: local developmental agency from without [d]
  166. () Sharing is good: how to save money, time and resources through collaborative consumption [i]
  167. () Public libraries and PBS partnering to enhance civic engagement: a study of a nationwide initiative [d]
  168. () Prevention in psychology: an introduction to the prevention practice kit [i]
  169. () Why unions are going into the co-op business [u]
  170. () Asset assessments and community social work practice [i]
  171. Michael Dudley [ed] () Public libraries and resilient cities [i]
  172. () Volunteer work, informal learning and social action [i] [d]
  173. () More than training: community-based participatory research to reduce injuries among hispanic construction workers [d]
  174. Jan Marie Fritz [ed] () Moving toward a just peace: the mediation continuum [i] [d]
  175. () Lessons from a buried past: settlement women and democratically anchored governance networks [d]
  176. () Take back the economy: an ethical guide for transforming our communities [i]
  177. () From collective bargaining to social justice certification: workers' rights in the American meatpacking industry [d]
  178. () Interpersonal social work skills for community practice [i]
  179. () Why do we (still) lack data on policing? [u]
  180. Stephen J. Hartnett, Eleanor Novek, & Jennifer K. Wood [ed] () Working for justice: a handbook of prison education and activism [i]
  181. Dietrich Henckel, Susanne Thomaier, Benjamin Könecke, Roberto Zedda, & Stefano Stabilini [ed] () Space–time design of the public city [i] [d]
  182. () Hazard or hardship: crafting global norms on the right to refuse unsafe work [i]
  183. () Fresh fruit, broken bodies: migrant farmworkers in the United States [i]
  184. () Principles of social change [i] [d]
  185. Mary Kaldor & Joseph E. Stiglitz [ed] () The quest for security: protection without protectionism and the challenge of global governance [i]
  186. () Managing emergencies and crises [i]
  187. () Walk and be moved: how walking builds social movements [d]
  188. () Understanding quality of life in a northern, rural climate [d]
  189. Jeffrey A. Kottler, Jon Carlson, & Matt Englar-Carlson [ed] () Helping beyond the fifty minute hour: therapists involved in meaningful social action [i]
  190. () Social isolation of disadvantage and advantage: the reproduction of inequality in urban space [d]
  191. () Missing us: re-visioning psychoanalysis from the perspective of community [i]
  192. () Deliberation, cognitive diversity, and democratic inclusiveness: an epistemic argument for the random selection of representatives [d]
  193. () Public choice theory and overcriminalization [u]
  194. () The need for social policies that support the revitalizing effects of immigration rather than law enforcement initiatives that assume disproportionate immigrant criminality [d]
  195. () Using decision errors to help people help themselves [i]
  196. () Accompanying: pathways to social change [i]
  197. () Neighborhood immigration, violence, and city-level immigrant political opportunities [d]
  198. () Psychological levers of behavior change [i]
  199. Laurie Mook [ed] () Accounting for social value [i]
  200. () 'People just need to feel important, like someone is listening': recognising museums' community engagement programmes as spaces of care [d]
  201. () Community development agreements in the mining industry: an emerging global phenomenon [d]
  202. () Power, powerlessness and addiction [i] [d]
  203. () Refining expertise: how responsible engineers subvert environmental justice challenges [i]
  204. () Cooperation, community, and co-ops in a global era [i] [d]
  205. () Developing the next generation of community-based researchers: tips for undergraduate students [d]
  206. () The place of context: a theory and strategy for criminology's hard problems [d]
  207. () Flows, funds and the complexity of deprivation: using concepts from ecological economics for the study of poverty [d]
  208. Eldar Shafir [ed] () The behavioral foundations of public policy [i]
  209. () From a disconnected society to an interconnected society [j]
  210. () The social and spatial dynamics of community food production: a landscape approach to policy and program development [d]
  211. () Healthy heroes, magic meals, and a visiting alien: community-led assets-based social marketing [d]
  212. () Conservation social work: the interconnections of biodiversity health and human resilience [i] [d]
  213. () The price of paradise: the costs of inequality and a vision for a more equitable America [i] [j]
  214. () Social strain and executive function across the lifespan: the dark (and light) sides of social engagement [d]
  215. () Use of library space and the library as place [d]
  216. () Can leadership development act as a rural poverty alleviation strategy? [d]
  217. () Impact at the 'bottom of the pyramid': the role of social capital in capability development and community empowerment [d]
  218. () Landscapes, spatial justice and learning communities [d]
  219. () Just growth: inclusion and prosperity in America's metropolitan regions [i]
  220. () Science cannot fix this: the limitations of evidence-based practice [d]
  221. Phil Brown, Rachel Morello-Frosch, & Stephen Zavestoski [ed] () Contested illnesses: citizens, science, and health social movements [i]
  222. () Community mapping for intercultural dialogue [u]
  223. () A future for Amazonia: Randy Borman and Cofán environmental politics [i]
  224. () Social network capital, economic mobility and poverty traps [d]
  225. () Slow democracy: rediscovering community, bringing decision making back home [i]
  226. () Building sustainable peace and compassionate community [i] [d]
  227. () Why we need urban health equity indicators: integrating science, policy, and community [d]
  228. () The accountable prison [d]
  229. () Women and poverty in 21st century America [i]
  230. () Passing on the gift as an approach to sustainable development programmes [d]
  231. () What if psychology redesigned the criminal justice system? [i] [d]
  232. () Punishment, participatory democracy, and the jury [i] [d]
  233. () Crime place and pollution: expanding crime reduction options through a regulatory approach [d]
  234. (/2013) Underminers: a guide to subverting the machine [i]
  235. () Startup communities: building an entrepreneurial ecosystem in your city [i] [d]
  236. () Human behavior and sustainability [d]
  237. () Applied developmental science, social justice, and socio-political well-being [d]
  238. Stephen L. Fisher & Barbara Ellen Smith [ed] () Transforming places: lessons from Appalachia [i]
  239. () Advocacy competency: the helping professional's role in addressing issues of social class [i]
  240. () Challenging the norm of self-interest: minority influence and transitions to helping norms in work units [d]
  241. () Happy villages and unhappy slums?: understanding happiness determinants in Peru [i] [d]
  242. () Why gender matters to ecological management and poverty reduction [i] [d]
  243. () The problem of policing [u]
  244. Malcolm Harris & Neal Gorenflo [ed] () Share or die: voices of the get lost generation in the age of crisis [i]
  245. () Associations between positive development in late adolescence and social, health, and behavioral outcomes in young adulthood [d]
  246. () Mobilization systems: technologies for motivating and coordinating human action [u]
  247. () Integrating publicly available web mapping tools for cartographic visualization of community food insecurity: a prototype [d]
  248. Jane Carter Ingram, Fabrice DeClerck, & Cristina Rumbaitis del Rio [ed] () Integrating ecology and poverty reduction [i] [d]
  249. () An integrated framework for assessing the value of community-based prevention [i] [d] [u]
  250. () Substitute care entry: the relationship between race or ethnicity and levels of county organization [d]
  251. Charlie Karlsson, Börje Johansson, & Roger Stough [ed] () Entrepreneurship, social capital and governance: directions for the sustainable development and competitiveness of regions [i]
  252. () Owning our future: the emerging ownership revolution [i]
  253. Carolyn Kenny & Tina Ngaroimata Fraser [ed] () Living indigenous leadership: native narratives on building strong communities [i]
  254. () Why some immigrant neighborhoods are safer than others: divergent findings from Los Angeles and Chicago [d]
  255. () Theatre for change: education, social action and therapy [i]
  256. () Inspiring and training students for social action: renewing a needed tradition [d]
  257. () Expect more: demanding better libraries for today's complex world [i]
  258. () Business and community approaches to rural development: comparing government-to-local approaches [u]
  259. Jesus Lau, Anna Maria Tammaro, & Theo J. D. Bothma [ed] () Libraries driving access to knowledge [i]
  260. () Librarians as sustainability advocates, educators and entrepreneurs [i]
  261. () A new geospatial services framework: how disaster preparedness efforts should integrate neogeography [d]
  262. () Framed: America's fifty-one constitutions and the crisis of governance [i] [d]
  263. () A competence bartering platform for learners [i] [d]
  264. () The unheralded power of facilitation to change the world [u]
  265. () Civic empowerment in an age of corporate greed [i]
  266. () Impacting community sustainability through behavior change: a research framework [d]
  267. () Organizing for society: a typology of social entrepreneuring models [d] [j]
  268. () Saving the world: a brief history of communication for development and social change [i]
  269. () Geting equity advocacy results: tools for navigating change [u]
  270. () Confronting criminal law's violence: the possibilities of unfinished alternatives [u]
  271. () Crisis mapping in action: how open source software and global volunteer networks are changing the world, one map at a time [d]
  272. () From redlining to benevolent societies: the emancipatory power of spatial thinking [d]
  273. () Classroom of hope: the voice of one courageous teacher on the US–Mexico border [d]
  274. () Engaging the youth community in environmental management: a participatory approach [u]
  275. () Making maps that matter: situating GIS within community conversations about changing landscapes [d]
  276. () Expresiones de reciprocidad para una economía saludable: los choba-chobas [u]
  277. () The difference culture makes: the competitive advantage of reciprocal, non-monetary exchange [i]
  278. () Wellness as fairness [d]
  279. () Critical psychology and career development: unpacking the adjust–challenge dilemma [d]
  280. () Networked: the new social operating system [i]
  281. () The activists' handbook: a step-by-step guide to participatory democracy [i]
  282. () Building ties: social capital network analysis of a forest community in a biosphere reserve in Chiapas, Mexico [d]
  283. Rosalie G. Riegle [ed] () Doing time for peace: resistance, family, and community [i]
  284. () Developing networks for community change: exploring the utility of network analysis [d]
  285. () The design activist's handbook: how to change the world (or at least your part of It) with socially conscious design [i]
  286. () Everyone leads: building leadership from the community up [i]
  287. () Governing how we care: contesting community and defining difference in U.S. public health programs [i]
  288. () Building community as social action: an art therapy group with adolescent males [d]
  289. () Rambling through the fields of justice in search of well-being for all [d]
  290. () Civic capacity: building on transformational leadership to explain successful integrative public leadership [d]
  291. () National Geographic FieldScope: a platform for community geography [d]
  292. () Public libraries in the new economy: twenty-first-century skills, the internet, and community needs [d]
  293. () Social happiness: theory into policy and practice [i]
  294. () Stronger together: worker cooperatives as a community economic development strategy [o]
  295. Kjell Törnblom & Ali Kazemi [ed] () Handbook of social resource theory: theoretical extensions, empirical insights, and social applications [i] [d]
  296. () Searching for hope: life at a failing school in the heart of America [i]
  297. () Confronting power: the practice of policy advocacy [i]
  298. Elizabeth M. Vera [ed] () The Oxford handbook of prevention in counseling psychology [i] [d]
  299. () Dimensions of development: history, community, and change in Allpachico, Peru [i]
  300. () Miles to go before we sleep: racial inequities in health [d]
  301. Barbara Wolfe, William Evans, & Teresa E. Seeman [ed] () The biological consequences of socioeconomic inequalities [i]
  302. () Crisis mapping: the construction of a new interdisciplinary field? [d]
  303. Mark S. Aber, Kenneth I. Maton, & Edward Seidman [ed] () Empowering settings and voices for social change [i]
  304. () Lessons from the kibbutz on the equality–incentives trade-off [d]
  305. () Mental health and global well-being [d]
  306. () Promoting sustainable local and community economic development [i]
  307. () Understanding the dynamics of community engagement of corporations in communities: the iterative relationship between dialogue processes and local protest at the Tintaya copper mine in Peru [d]
  308. () Mobilizing communities to implement evidence-based practices in youth violence prevention: the state of the art [d]
  309. () Testing a measure of organizational learning capacity and readiness for transformational change in human services [d]
  310. () Lessons from San Francisco: health impact assessments have advanced political conditions for improving population health [d]
  311. Robert Biswas-Diener [ed] () Positive psychology as social change [i] [d]
  312. () Crowdsourcing, citizen sensing and sensor web technologies for public and environmental health surveillance and crisis management: trends, OGC standards and application examples [d]
  313. () Designing programs with a purpose: to promote civic engagement for life [d]
  314. () Social licences to operate: for better not for worse; for richer not for poorer?: the impacts of unplanned mining closure for 'fence line' residential communities [d]
  315. () Walking the line: participatory mapping, indigenous rights, and neoliberalism [d]
  316. () Displacing activism?: the impact of international service trips on understandings of social change [d]
  317. Ching-In Chen, Jai Dulani, & Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha [ed] () The revolution starts at home: confronting intimate violence within activist communities [i]
  318. () Lessons for creative cities from Burning Man: how organizations can sustain and disseminate a creative context [d]
  319. () Why civil resistance works: the strategic logic of nonviolent conflict [i]
  320. () Change of heart: what psychology can teach us about spreading social change [i]
  321. Andrea Cornwall [ed] () The participation reader [i]
  322. Stephen Coyle [ed] () Sustainable and resilient communities: a comprehensive action plan for towns, cities, and regions [i]
  323. Andrew L. Dannenberg, Howard Frumkin, & Richard Jackson [ed] () Making healthy places: designing and building for health, well-being, and sustainability [i] [d]
  324. () Psychological selection and optimal experience across cultures: social empowerment through personal growth [i]
  325. () Negotiating meaning in a blog-based community: addressing unique, shared, and community problems [i] [d]
  326. Oliver J. Dinius & Angela Vergara [ed] () Company towns in the Americas: landscape, power, and working-class communities [i]
  327. E. Franklin Dukes, Karen Firehock, & Juliana Birkhoff [ed] () Community-based collaboration: bridging socio-ecological research and practice [i]
  328. () Broke but unbroken: grassroots social movements and their radical solutions to poverty [i]
  329. () Restorative justice and democracy: fostering public accountability for criminal justice [d]
  330. () Commons, anticommons, semicommons [i]
  331. () Making feminist politics: transnational alliances between women and labor [i]
  332. () What does living in a democracy mean for kids? [d]
  333. () A call for a social network-oriented approach to services for survivors of intimate partner violence [d]
  334. () Shine: using brain science to get the best from your people [i]
  335. Paula E. Hartman-Stein & Asenath La Rue [ed] () Enhancing cognitive fitness in adults: a guide to the use and development of community-based programs [i] [d]
  336. () Weathering the world: recovery in the wake of the tsunami in a Tamil fishing village [i]
  337. () The developmental origins of health [d]
  338. A. H. J. (Bert) Helmsing & Sietze Vellema [ed] () Value chains, social inclusion, and economic development: contrasting theories and realities [i]
  339. () Interpreting industry's impacts: micropolitical ecologies of divergent community responses [d]
  340. () The role of community-based strategies in addressing metropolitan segregation and racial health disparities [d]
  341. () Nongovernmental organizations and the forces against them: lessons of the anti-NGO movement [u]
  342. () Food security: an ecological–social analysis to promote social development [d]
  343. () The atlas of new librarianship [i]
  344. () Time banking and health: the role of a community currency organization in enhancing well-being [d]
  345. () Collections to connections: changing spaces and new challenges in academic library buildings [d]
  346. () The battle for compassion: ethics in an apathetic universe [i]
  347. () Can Joe the plumber support redistribution?: law, social preferences, and sustainable policy design [u]
  348. Roger A. Lohmann & Jon Van Til [ed] () Resolving community conflicts and problems: public deliberation and sustained dialogue [i]
  349. () Narrative therapy [i]
  350. () 'Needed not wanted': an interdisciplinary examination of the work-related challenges faced by irregular migrants [d]
  351. () Fixing the game: bubbles, crashes, and what capitalism can learn from the NFL [i]
  352. () 'Transforming justice': challenges for restorative justice in an era of punishment-based corrections [d]
  353. () Healing the heart of democracy: the courage to create a politics worthy of the human spirit [i]
  354. () Developing practice competencies: a foundation for generalist practice [i]
  355. Donald A. Ritchie [ed] () The Oxford handbook of oral history [i] [d]
  356. () The campesino-to-campesino agroecology movement of ANAP in Cuba: social process methodology in the construction of sustainable peasant agriculture and food sovereignty [d]
  357. () American policing at a crossroads: unsustainable policies and the procedural justice alternative [u]
  358. () Collective action for social change: an introduction to community organizing [i] [d]
  359. () Strategies that public libraries use to build communities [d]
  360. () The role of public libraries in community building [d]
  361. () Flourish: a visionary new understanding of happiness and well-being [i]
  362. () A political economy approach to foreign investment and local welfare [d]
  363. () Property and wealth inequality as cultural niche construction [d]
  364. () Imagining personhood differently: person value and autonomist working-class value practices [d]
  365. () Doing poverty: learning outcomes among students participating in the community action poverty simulation program [d]
  366. () The luck of the draw: the role of lotteries in decision-making [i]
  367. () The primacy of society and the failures of law and development [u]
  368. () Empowerment and disempowerment in community development practice: eight roles practitioners play [d]
  369. () Advancing the science of community-level interventions [d]
  370. () Applying Buddhist practices to advocacy: the advocacy–serving model [d]
  371. () Developing preventive mental health interventions for refugee families in resettlement [d]
  372. () Open source church: making room for the wisdom of all [i]
  373. () How can medical anthropologists contribute to contemporary conversations on 'illegal' im/migration and health? [d]
  374. () Community development efforts offer a major opportunity to advance Americans' health [d]
  375. () Creating confidence: how to do social work without destroying people's souls [i]
  376. () Enabling methods for community health mapping in developing countries [d]
  377. () An action research approach to the inclusion of immigrants in work life and local community life: preparation of a participatory realm [d]
  378. () Confronting environmental challenges on the US–Mexico border: long-term community-based research and community service learning in a binational partnership [d]
  379. () Participatory action research and environmental learning: implications for resilient forests and communities [d]
  380. () Fostering integrative community leadership [d]
  381. () Social entrepreneurship: what everyone needs to know [i]
  382. Klaus Bosselmann & J. Ronald Engel [ed] () The Earth Charter: a framework for global governance [i]
  383. Louis D. Brown & Scott Wituk [ed] () Mental health self-help: consumer and family initiatives [i] [d]
  384. () Permitting a new mine: insights from the community debate [d]
  385. Robert J. Chaskin [ed] () Youth gangs and community intervention: research, practice, and evidence [i]
  386. () Engaging performance: theatre as call and response [i]
  387. () The roots of the recovery movement in psychiatry: lessons learned [i] [d]
  388. () The moral underground: how ordinary Americans subvert an unfair economy [i]
  389. () Grassroots aerial photography: mapping the BP oil disaster [o]
  390. () Exploring the link between integrated leadership and public sector performance [d]
  391. () Farm together now: a portrait of people, places, and ideas for a new food movement [i]
  392. () Streetworkers, youth violence prevention, and peacemaking in Lowell, Massachusetts: lessons and voices from the community [d]
  393. () Community practice skills: local to global perspectives [i]
  394. () Well-being as discourse: potentials and problems for studies of organizing and health inequalities [d]
  395. () Libraries, low-income people, and social exclusion [d]
  396. () Rethinking the dynamics of rural transformation: performing different development pathways in a Philippine municipality [d] [j]
  397. Larry A. Golemon [ed] () Finding our story: narrative leadership and congregational change [i]
  398. () Beyond the 50-minute hour: increasing control, choice, and connections in the lives of low-income women [d]
  399. Gary P. Green & Ann Goetting [ed] () Mobilizing communities: asset building as a community development strategy [i]
  400. () Community-based production of geographic information using open source software and Web 2.0 [d]
  401. () The placemakers' guide to building community [i]
  402. Alf Hornborg & Andrew K. Jorgensen [ed] () International trade and environmental justice: toward a global political ecology [i]
  403. Paul D. Houston, Alan M. Blankstein, & Robert W. Cole [ed] () Leadership for family and community involvement [i]
  404. () The generative potential of participatory geographic information systems [i] [d]
  405. () Policy networking as capacity building: an analysis of regional road development conflict in Indonesia [d]
  406. () Understanding international social work: a critical analysis [i]
  407. () Hidden talent: tacit skill formation and labor market incorporation of Latino immigrants in the United States [d]
  408. () Creative community organizing: a guide for rabble-rousers, activists, and quiet lovers of justice [i]
  409. Ani Kalayjian & Dominique Eugene [ed] () Mass trauma and emotional healing around the world: rituals and practices for resilience and meaning-making [i]
  410. Sheila B. Kamerman, Shelley A. Phipps, & Asher Ben-Aryeh [ed] () From child welfare to child well-being: an international perspective on knowledge in the service of policy making [i] [d]
  411. () Edible backyards: a qualitative study of household food growing and its contributions to food security [d]
  412. Daniel Lathrop & Laurel Ruma [ed] () Open government: collaboration, transparency, and participation in practice [i]
  413. () What are your priorities right now?: identifying service needs across recovery stages to inform service development [p] [d]
  414. () Scaling up local perceptions of poverty to country level: a proof of concept for rural Honduras [d]
  415. Richard M. Lerner, Willis F. Overton, Michael E. Lamb, & Alexandra M. Freund [ed] () The handbook of life-span development [i] [d]
  416. () The effectiveness of service-learning: it's not always what you think [d]
  417. () Investing in entrepreneurs: a strategic approach for strengthening your regional and community economy [i]
  418. Warren Linds, Linda Goulet, & Ali Sammel [ed] () Emancipatory practices: adult–youth engagement for social and environmental justice [i]
  419. () Culturally proficient education: an asset-based response to conditions of poverty [i]
  420. () Engineering and sustainable community development [i]
  421. () Picnics, participation and power: linking community building to social change [d]
  422. () Place-based narratives: an entry point for ministry to the soul of a community [i]
  423. () The abundant community: awakening the power of families and neighborhoods [i]
  424. () On Gandhi's path: Bob Swann's work for peace and community economics [i]
  425. () Sí se puede: using participatory research to promote environmental justice in a Latino community in San Diego, California [d]
  426. () Reframing the representation debate: going beyond union and non-union options [d] [j]
  427. Antony Morgan, Erio Ziglio, & Maggie Davies [ed] () Health assets in a global context: theory, methods, action [i] [d]
  428. () The use of robustness analysis for planning actions in a poor Brazilian community [d]
  429. () Out of sync and unaware?: exploring the effects of problem frame alignment and discordance in community collaboratives [d]
  430. () Building bridges from the margins: the work of leadership in social change organizations [d]
  431. () Paradox and collaboration in network management [d]
  432. () The power of positive deviance: how unlikely innovators solve the world's toughest problems [i] [u]
  433. () Thoughtfully reflective decision making and the accumulation of capital: bringing choice back in [d]
  434. () Divergent social worlds: neighborhood crime and the racial–spatial divide [i]
  435. () Inequality: an underacknowledged source of mental illness and distress [d]
  436. Robert D. Plotnick [ed] () Old assumptions, new realities: ensuring economic security for working families in the 21st century [i]
  437. () 'Physicians to a dying planet': Helen Caldicott, Randall Forsberg, and the anti-nuclear weapons movement of the early 1980s [d]
  438. () Social, economic, and political processes that create built environment inequities: perspectives from urban African Americans in Atlanta [p] [d]
  439. () Business networks and economic development in rural communities in the United States [d]
  440. () Public libraries as impartial spaces in a consumer society: possible, plausible, desirable? [d]
  441. () The social marketing of giving: a framework for public policy intervention [d]
  442. () Mobilizing and managing social capital: on roles and responsibilities of local facilitators in territorial development [d]
  443. () Libraries must remain free and open to all [u]
  444. () Informed social reflection: its development and importance for adolescents' civic engagement [i] [d]
  445. () Agricultural knowledge in urban and resettled communities: applications to social-ecological resilience and environmental education [d]
  446. Lonnie R. Sherrod, Judith Torney-Purta, & Constance A. Flanagan [ed] () Handbook of research on civic engagement in youth [i]
  447. () Participatory sensing: building empowering surveillance [d]
  448. () El rincón de los olvidados: participatory GIS, experiential learning and critical pedagogy in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic [d]
  449. Carol Smallwood [ed] () Librarians as community partners: an outreach handbook [i]
  450. () Beyond restorative justice: radical organizing against violence [i] [d]
  451. () Psychology, poverty, and the end of social exclusion: putting our practice to work [i]
  452. () Youth participatory action research groups as school counseling interventions [d] [j]
  453. () Children as citizens and partners in strengthening communities [d]
  454. () Social problem construction and its impact on program and policy responses [i] [d]
  455. () Blessed are the organized: grassroots democracy in America [i] [d] [j]
  456. () Organizing workers in the space between unions: union-centric labor revitalization and the role of community-based organizations [d]
  457. () Disrupting injustice: principals narrate the strategies they use to improve their schools and advance social justice [u]
  458. () United We Can: resource recovery, place and social enterprise [d]
  459. () What do banks do, what should they do and what public policies are needed to ensure best results for the real economy? [u]
  460. () The role of intentional self regulation, lower neighborhood ecological assets, and activity involvement in youth developmental outcomes [d]
  461. Kieran Walshe, Gill Harvey, & Pauline Jas [ed] () Connecting knowledge and performance in public services: from knowing to doing [i] [d]
  462. () Grassroots mapping: tools for participatory and activist cartography [u]
  463. () Working with and for: student advocates' experience of relationship-centered advocacy with low-income women [d]
  464. () The ballot and the badge: democratic policing [d]
  465. () The culture of Mexican migration [d]
  466. () Women's participation in development programs and food security status [d]
  467. () Advancing out of poverty: social class worldview and its relation to resilience [d]
  468. () Toward a typology for social-ecological systems [u]
  469. () Beyond NGO-ization?: reflections from Latin America [d]
  470. () A vehicle for research: using street sweepers to explore the landscape of environmental community action [i] [d]
  471. Thomas A. Arcury & Sara A. Quandt [ed] () Latino farmworkers in the Eastern United States: health, safety and justice [i] [d]
  472. () Looking beyond traditional volunteer management: a case study of an alternative approach to volunteer engagement in parks and recreation [d]
  473. () Interrogating notions of the powerless oustee [d]
  474. () Fostering family resiliency: a review of the key protective factors [d]
  475. () Participatory organizational change in community-based health and human services: from tokenism to political engagement [d]
  476. () Commodity, gift and mass-gift: on gift-commodity hybrids in advanced mass consumption cultures [d]
  477. () The Sarvodaya Shramadana movement of Sri Lanka: the elephant moves and we begin to understand the whole [d]
  478. () Space for emotion in the spaces of activism [d]
  479. () Photovoice: a review of the literature in health and public health [d]
  480. () Heeding the landscape's usable past: public history in the service of a working waterfront [d]
  481. Mario Cimoli, Giovanni Dosi, & Joseph E. Stiglitz [ed] () Industrial policy and development: the political economy of capabilities accumulation [i] [d]
  482. Nancy Courtney [ed] () Academic library outreach: beyond the campus walls [i]
  483. () The economics and psychology of inequality and human development [d]
  484. () 'In a country as affluent as America, people should be eating': experiences with and perceptions of food insecurity among rural and urban Oregonians [p] [d]
  485. () Community organizing theory and practice: conservative trends, oppositional alternatives [i]
  486. () How festivals nurture resilience in regional communities [i]
  487. () Ending the silence of the Mexican immigrant voice in public education: creating culturally inclusive family–school–community partnerships [d]
  488. () Mapping a better world [u]
  489. () If we can put a man on the moon: getting big things done in government [i]
  490. () Well-being for all: concepts and tools for social cohesion = Le bien-être pour tous: concepts et outils de la cohésion sociale [i]
  491. () The unbounded home: property values beyond property lines [i]
  492. Robert Fisher [ed] () The people shall rule: ACORN, community organizing, and the struggle for economic justice [i]
  493. () Of Minutemen and Rebel Clown Armies: reconsidering transformative citizenship [d]
  494. () Catastrophe in the making: the engineering of Katrina and the disasters of tomorrow [i] [d]
  495. () Adolescent community reinforcement approach (A-CRA) [i]
  496. Stephen Goldsmith & Donald F. Kettl [ed] () Unlocking the power of networks: keys to high-performance government [i]
  497. () Facilitating youth participation in a context of forced migration: a photovoice project in northern Uganda [d]
  498. () Escaping the bondage of the dominant agrifood system: community-based cooperative strategies [u]
  499. () The power of incremental outcomes: how small victories and defeats affect social movement organizations [d]
  500. () Experience-based measures of food and water security: biocultural approaches to grounded measures of insecurity [d]
  501. () Firefighters volunteering beyond their duty: an essential asset in rural communities [u]
  502. (/2015) Our evanescent culture—and the awesome duty of librarians [i]
  503. Joanna Hoare & Fiona Gell [ed] () Women's leadership and participation: case studies on learning for action [i] [d]
  504. () Community-based advocacy training: applying asset-based community development in resident education [d]
  505. () Towards participatory geographic information systems for community-based environmental decision making [d]
  506. James Jennings & Julia Sheron Jordan-Zachery [ed] () Urban spaces: planning and struggles for land and community [i]
  507. () A new conservation politics: power, organization building, and effectiveness [i]
  508. () Moving beyond developmental paradigms: a case study and analysis of a TfD workshop in Bangladesh [d]
  509. () When brute force fails: how to have less crime and less punishment [i] [d] [j]
  510. Susan Applegate Krouse & Heather Howard-Bobiwash [ed] () Keeping the campfires going: native women's activism in urban communities [i]
  511. () Community-based participatory research shows how a community initiative creates networks to improve well-being [d]
  512. Catherine Lutz [ed] () The bases of empire: the global struggle against U.S. military posts [i]
  513. () Collaborative helping: a practice framework for family-centered services [d]
  514. Carmen Malena [ed] () From political won't to political will: building support for participatory governance [i]
  515. () Earth in our care: ecology, economy, and sustainability [i]
  516. () Forgiveness and reconciliation: essential to sustaining human development [i] [d]
  517. () Cross-movement coalition formation: bridging the labor–environment divide [d]
  518. () Citizen participation in the making of environmental decisions: evolving obstacles and potential solutions through partnership with experts and agents [u]
  519. () Spatial decision support in a post-disaster environment: a community-focused approach [d]
  520. () Do-it-yourself mobilization: punk and social movements [d]
  521. () Getting to better water quality outcomes: the promise and challenge of the citizen effect [d]
  522. () Frontiers in participatory rural appraisal and participatory learning and action: PRA and PLA in applied research [i]
  523. () Participatory rural appraisal: principles, methods and application [i]
  524. Tara Natarajan, Wolfram Elsner, & Scott Fullwiler [ed] () Institutional analysis and praxis: the social fabric matrix approach [i] [d]
  525. (/2017) Resilient cities: overcoming fossil fuel dependence [or: Resilient cities: responding to peak oil and climate change] [i] [d]
  526. Lynn M. Nybell, Jeffrey J. Shook, & Janet L. Finn [ed] () Childhood, youth, and social work in transformation: implications for policy and practice [i]
  527. () 'Life here is just scraping by': livelihood strategies and social networks among peasant households in Honduras [d]
  528. () Responsibility in childhood: three developmental trajectories [d]
  529. () Consensus organizing: a community development workbook: a comprehensive guide to designing, implementing, and evaluating community change initiatives [i]
  530. () This could be the start of something big: how social movements for regional equity are reshaping metropolitan America [i] [j]
  531. M. Paloma Pavel [ed] () Breakthrough communities: sustainability and justice in the next American metropolis [i]
  532. Barry Percy-Smith & Nigel Thomas [ed] () A handbook of children and young people's participation: perspectives from theory and practice [i]
  533. () Ethics and accountability in criminal justice: towards a universal standard [i]
  534. () Progressive community organizing: a critical approach for a globalizing world [i]
  535. () Understanding the social economy: a Canadian perspective [i]
  536. () Community campaigns, supply chains, and protecting the health and well-being of workers [d]
  537. () Mapping community values for natural capital and ecosystem services [d]
  538. () Global justice networks: geographies of transnational solidarity [i]
  539. () Why the garden club couldn't save Youngstown: the transformation of the Rust Belt [i]
  540. () When development meets culture and conflict: the challenges and paradoxes of the good samaritan [d]
  541. () Kitchen table sustainability: practical recipes for community engagement with sustainability [i]
  542. () Speakout: the step-by-step guide to speakouts and community workshops [i]
  543. () Belonging through land/scape [d]
  544. () Promoting wellness: integrating community and positive psychology [d]
  545. () Enhancing community leadership negotiation skills to build civic capacity [d]
  546. () Beyond 'Leave No Trace' [d]
  547. () Unite and conquer: how to build coalitions that win—and last [i]
  548. () Investing in democracy: engaging citizens in collaborative governance [i]
  549. () Unanticipated gains: origins of network inequality in everyday life [i]
  550. () Feeding the city: towards a new research and planning agenda [d]
  551. () Toward a cartography of the commons: constituting the political and economic possibilities of place [d]
  552. () The thin book of SOAR: building strengths-based strategy [i]
  553. () Cleaning up water? Or building rural community? Community watershed organizations in Pennsylvania [d]
  554. () Healing spaces: the science of place and well-being [i]
  555. Randy Stoecker, Elizabeth A. Tryon, & Amy Hilgendorf [ed] () The unheard voices: community organizations and service learning [i]
  556. () Nonprofit advocacy and civic engagement on the Internet [d]
  557. () Aligning identities, emotions, and beliefs to create commitment to sustainable social and political action [p] [d]
  558. Toby Alice Volkman, Joan Dassin, & Mary Sabina Zurbuchen [ed] () Origins, journeys and returns: social justice in international higher education [i]
  559. () Connected community and household food-based strategy (CCH-FBS): its importance for health, food safety, sustainability and security in diverse localities [d]
  560. () Beyond the bake sale: a community-based relational approach to parent engagement in schools [u]
  561. () How adolescents come to see themselves as more responsible through participation in youth programs [d]
  562. () Police and their perceived image: how community influence officers' job satisfaction [d]
  563. () Capabilities and social justice: the political philosophy of Amartya Sen and Martha Nussbaum [i]
  564. () Connecting hand, mind, and community: vocational education for social and environmental renewal [u]
  565. () The emergence and framing of farm-to-school initiatives: civic engagement, health and local agriculture [d]
  566. () Mapping urban poverty for local governance in an Indian mega-city: the case of Delhi [d]
  567. Pablo Beramendi & Christopher Anderson [ed] () Democracy, inequality, and representation: a comparative perspective [i]
  568. () Developing leadership talent [i]
  569. () Mapping dialogue: essential tools for social change [i]
  570. () The twelve-step recovery model of AA: a voluntary mutual help association [p] [d]
  571. (/2012) Community conversations: mobilizing the ideas, skills, and passion of community organizations, governments, businesses, and people [i]
  572. () Democracy as problem solving: civic capacity in communities across the globe [i]
  573. Deborah H. Charbonneau [ed] () Global information inequalities: bridging the information gap [i]
  574. () Community entrepreneurial climate: an analysis of small business owners' perspectives in 12 small towns in Missouri, USA [u]
  575. () Socially responsible entrepreneurs: what do they do to create and build their companies? [d]
  576. () Wellbeing in international development: what's new? [d]
  577. Joseph De Rivera [ed] () Handbook on building cultures of peace [i] [d]
  578. () The household: informal order around the hearth [i]
  579. (/2013) Visualising information for advocacy: an introduction to information design [o] [u]
  580. () Civitas in horto: James Luther Adams and Lowell Welden Livezey at the banquet table of Chicago citizenship [d] [j]
  581. () The librarian as bridge-builder [d]
  582. () Migrant organization and hometown impacts in rural Mexico [d]
  583. () Learning from extant cultures of peace [i] [d]
  584. () Meeting universal human needs as the foundation of individual and social development and of social and global justice [d]
  585. () The false paths, the endless labors, the turns now this way and now that: participatory action research, mutual vulnerability, and the politics of inquiry [d]
  586. () Recovering resources—recycling citizenship: urban poverty reduction in Latin America [i]
  587. () The art of engagement: bridging the gap between people and possibilities [i]
  588. () Civic engagement, spatial planning and democracy as a way of life [and comments] [d]
  589. () Building human resilience: the role of public health preparedness and response as an adaptation to climate change [d]
  590. () From local to global empowerment: health promotion in action [i] [d]
  591. () Improving oneself: young people getting ahead in the Peruvian Andes [d]
  592. (/2014) Human rights and social justice in a global perspective: an introduction to international social work [i]
  593. () Employment training for at-risk youth: a program evaluation focusing on changes in psychological well-being [d]
  594. () Post-sustainable development [d]
  595. () Market discipline and management education: a view from a southern women's cooperative [d]
  596. () Community resilience as a metaphor, theory, set of capacities, and strategy for disaster readiness [d]
  597. () Maps for advocacy: an introduction to geographical mapping techniques [i] [u]
  598. () Community psychology: challenges, controversies and emerging consensus [i]
  599. () Market movements: nongovernmental organization strategies to influence global production and consumption [d]
  600. () Escape routes: control and subversion in the twenty-first century [i]
  601. () Community health workers: social justice and policy advocates for community health and well-being [d]
  602. () Facilitating participatory multilevel decision-making by using interactive mental maps [u]
  603. () Fossil fuels and food security: analysis and recommendations for community organizers [d]
  604. () Grocery store attraction strategies: a resource guide for community activists and local governments [o] [u]
  605. Mica Pollock [ed] () Everyday antiracism: getting real about race in school [i]
  606. () Mobilizing the community to help students succeed [i]
  607. () Restoring right relations among privileged and poor people: a case study of the Center for New Creation [d]
  608. () Organising to protect: protecting landscapes and livelihoods in the Nicaraguan hillsides [d]
  609. Pascal C. Sanginga, Ann Waters-Bayer, Susan Kaaria, Jemimah Njuki, & Chesha Wettasinha [ed] () Innovation Africa: enriching farmers' livelihoods [i]
  610. () Challenging hegemonies: advancing collaboration in community-based participatory action research [d]
  611. () Liberating voices: a pattern language for communication revolution [i]
  612. (/2015) Rigging the game: how inequality is reproduced in everyday life [i]
  613. () Sustainability education, whole school approaches, and communities of action [i] [d]
  614. () Toward psychologies of liberation [i] [d]
  615. () The handbook of community safety, gender and violence prevention: practical planning tools [i] [d]
  616. () Poverty and peacemaking criminology: beyond mainstream criminology [d]
  617. () From spheres of civility to critical public spheres: democracy and citizenship in the big house (Part I) [j]
  618. () From spheres of civility to critical public spheres: democracy and citizenship in the big house (Part II) [j]
  619. () Resistance and compliance in the age of globalization: Indian women and labor organizations [d]
  620. () Keep the best, change the rest: participatory tools for working with communities on gender and sexuality [u]
  621. Etiony Aldarondo [ed] () Advancing social justice through clinical practice [i]
  622. () Survival of the knitted: immigrant social networks in a stratified world [i]
  623. (/2010) Not for sale: the return of the global slave trade—and how we can fight it [i]
  624. () Why place matters: building a movement for healthy communities [o] [u]
  625. () Story telling in sustainable development projects [d]
  626. () A grammar of organizing [i]
  627. () The psychology of working and the advancement of social justice [i]
  628. () Community-based collaboration: an overarching best practice in prevention [d]
  629. () Sharing power: learning-by-doing in co-management of natural resources throughout the world [i]
  630. Sarah Bracking [ed] () Corruption and development: the anti-corruption campaigns [i] [d]
  631. () Using economic human rights in the movement to end poverty: the Kensington Welfare Rights union and the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign [i]
  632. () Public library leaders and changing society [d]
  633. () Principles and processes for enhancing sustainable rural livelihoods: collaborative learning in Uganda [d]
  634. () Finding community: how to join an ecovillage or intentional community [i]
  635. () Imprisoning communities: how mass incarceration makes disadvantaged neighborhoods worse [i]
  636. Ram A. Cnaan & Carl Milofsky [ed] () Handbook of community movements and local organizations [i] [d]
  637. COMPAS [ed] () Learning endogenous development: building on bio-cultural diversity [i] [d] [u]
  638. () Circles of association: the connections of community-based food systems [d]
  639. () The economics of a good party: social mechanics and the legitimization of art/culture [d]
  640. () Creating a recovery-oriented system of behavioral health care: moving from concept to reality [d]
  641. () A community psychology view of environmental organization processes [d]
  642. (/2012) Just culture: balancing safety and accountability [i]
  643. () Crimes of punishment: America's culture of violence [i]
  644. Jane E. Dutton & Belle Rose Ragins [ed] () Exploring positive relationships at work: building a theoretical and research foundation [i]
  645. () Herd: how to change mass behaviour by harnessing our true nature [i]
  646. () Consensus organizing: building communities of mutual self interest [i]
  647. () A marriage made in heaven?: mismatches and misunderstandings between worker centres and unions [d]
  648. Linda K. Fuller [ed] () Community media: international perspectives [i] [d]
  649. Duncan Gallie [ed] () Employment regimes and the quality of work [i]
  650. () Citizens as sensors: the world of volunteered geography [d]
  651. () 'The struggle made me a nonracialist': why there was so little terrorism in the antiapartheid struggle [d]
  652. () The economics, technology, and neuroscience of human capability formation [d]
  653. C. Clare Hinrichs & Thomas A. Lyson [ed] () Remaking the North American food system: strategies for sustainability [i]
  654. () Developing spiritual competence in practice [d]
  655. () Promoting conservation through the arts: outreach for hearts and minds [d]
  656. () Food matters: community food assessments as a tool for change [d]
  657. () Art therapy and social action [i]
  658. () How professionals can add value to their communities and organizations [u]
  659. () Promoting and protecting mental health as flourishing: a complementary strategy for improving national mental health [d]
  660. Sara Louise Kindon, Rachel Pain, & Mike Kesby [ed] () Participatory action research approaches and methods: connecting people, participation, and place [i]
  661. Luciano L'Abate [ed] () Low-cost approaches to promote physical and mental health: theory, research, and practice [i]
  662. () Enhancing resilience: families and communities as agents for change [d]
  663. () Health promotion practice: building empowered communities [i]
  664. Linda M. Lobao, Gregory Hooks, & Ann R. Tickamyer [ed] () The sociology of spatial inequality [i]
  665. () The paradox of extralegal activism: critical legal consciousness and transformative politics [j] [u]
  666. () The challenges of implementing community policing in the United States [d]
  667. () Common ground: cultural action as a route to community development [d]
  668. () Social exclusion in space and time [i]
  669. () Tools for radical democracy: how to organize for power in your community [i]
  670. () Rebuilding communities: the contribution of integrated literacy and conflict resolution programmes [u]
  671. () Money and liberation: the micropolitics of alternative currency movements [i]
  672. () The citizen-powered energy handbook: community solutions to a global crisis [i]
  673. () Competency in generalist practice: a guide to theory and evidence-based decision making [i]
  674. () Psychopolitical literacy for wellness and justice [d]
  675. Elisabeth Reichert [ed] () Challenges in human rights: a social work perspective [i]
  676. () Constructing a criminal justice system free of racial bias: an abolitionist framework [u]
  677. () The case for developmental methodologies in democratization [d]
  678. () Refocusing crime prevention: collective action and the quest for community [i]
  679. () Taking action, saving lives: our duties to protect environmental and public health [i]
  680. () Governing through crime: how the war on crime transformed American democracy and created a culture of fear [i]
  681. () The Yugoslav experience with workers' councils: a reexamination [d]
  682. () Co-operative identity [u]
  683. () We make change: community organizers talk about what they do—and why [i]
  684. Trapese Collective [ed] () Do it yourself: a handbook for changing our world [i]
  685. Genevieve Vaughan [ed] () Women and the gift economy: a radically difference worldview is possible [i]
  686. () A new weave of power, people, and politics: the action guide for advocacy and citizen participation [i] [d]
  687. () Advocacy, outreach, and prevention: integrating social action roles in professional training [i]
  688. () Agroecology in action: extending alternative agriculture through social networks [i]
  689. () Self-determination: instructional and assessment strategies [i]
  690. () A fatal drifting apart: democratic social knowledge and Chicago reform [i]
  691. () The problems of relative deprivation: why some societies do better than others [d]
  692. Allison Williams [ed] () Therapeutic landscapes [i]
  693. () Reenergizing small communities: a vital role for rural schools [d]
  694. () Resurrecting the village: integration and recovery through a community of care [u]
  695. () Tools together now!: 100 participatory tools to mobilise communities for HIV/AIDS [i]
  696. () Social marketing in the 21st century [i]
  697. () Privilege and disadvantage [u]
  698. () Enlarging the societal pie through wise legislation: a psychological perspective [d]
  699. Srilatha Batliwala & L. David Brown [ed] () Transnational civil society: an introduction [i]
  700. () The ecology of learning: sustainability, lifelong learning, and everyday life [i]
  701. () The creative community builder's handbook: how to transform communities using local assets, art, and culture [i]
  702. () Building powerful community organizations: a personal guide to creating groups that can solve problems and change the world [i]
  703. () The role and impact of community newsletters in fostering social cohesion and community development [u]
  704. () Leadership for the common good [i]
  705. () Rural leaders, rural places: problem, privilege, and possibility [u]
  706. Patricia M. Burbank [ed] () Vulnerable older adults: health care needs and interventions [i]
  707. () Citizen-centered collaborative public management [d]
  708. Gerald W. Creed [ed] () The seductions of community: emancipations, oppressions, quandaries [i]
  709. () The first 90 days in government: critical success strategies for new public managers at all levels [i]
  710. () Reconnecting disadvantaged young men [i]
  711. () Spiraling-up: mapping community transformation with community capitals framework [d]
  712. Paul D. Epstein, Paul M. Coates, Lyle D. Wray, & David Swain [ed] () Results that matter: improving communities by engaging citizens, measuring performance, and getting things done [i]
  713. () Momentum: igniting social change in the connected age [i]
  714. () Worker centers: organizing communities at the edge of the dream [i]
  715. () Engaging families as experts: collaborative family program development [d]
  716. Mike Green, John O'Brien, Henry Moore, & Dan Duncan [ed] () When people care enough to act: ABCD in action [i]
  717. () Make-or-break roles in collaboration leadership [i]
  718. () An empowering approach to managing social service organizations [i]
  719. () Social work practice with Mexican clients: service provision with illegal entrants to the United States [d]
  720. () Storytelling: a workshop for inspiring group action [i]
  721. () Fostering dialogue across divides: a nuts and bolts guide from the Public Conversations Project [o]
  722. Jody Heymann, Clyde Hertzman, Morris L. Barer, & Robert G. Evans [ed] () Healthier societies: from analysis to action [i] [d]
  723. () High value forests, hidden economies and elite capture: evidence from forest user groups in Nepal's Terai [d]
  724. () Capacity development and PGIS for land demarcation: innovations from Nicaragua [u]
  725. () A participatory approach to monitoring slum conditions: an example from Ethiopia [u]
  726. () Our undemocratic constitution: where the constitution goes wrong (and how we the people can correct it) [i]
  727. Rachel MacNair [ed] () Working for peace: a handbook of practical psychology and other tools [i]
  728. Christof Mauch, Nathan Stoltzfus, & Douglas R. Weiner [ed] () Shades of green: environmental activism around the globe [i]
  729. () The social nature of recovery: discussion and implications for practice [d]
  730. Vernon Mogensen [ed] () Worker safety under siege: labor, capital, and the politics of workplace safety in a deregulated world [i]
  731. () A conceptual model of community capacity for biodiversity conservation outcomes [d]
  732. (/2017) People and nature: an introduction to human ecological relations [i]
  733. () Building productive roles: occupational therapy in a homeless shelter [d]
  734. () Social entrepreneurship: a critical review of the concept [d]
  735. Nathan Pino & Michael D. Wiatrowski [ed] () Democratic policing in transitional and developing countries [i]
  736. Rutherford H. Platt [ed] () The humane metropolis: people and nature in the 21st-century city [i]
  737. () Promoting well-being: linking personal, organizational, and community change [i]
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  739. () The lifelong activist: how to change the world without losing your way [i] [u]
  740. Robert E. Rhoades [ed] () Development with identity: community, culture and sustainability in the Andes [i]
  741. () The development of collaboration of response to Hurricane Katrina in the Dallas area [d]
  742. () Pass it on!: ready-to-use handouts for asset builders [i]
  743. () Homelessness in rural America: policy and practice [i]
  744. () Building civic capacity in urban neighborhoods: an empirically grounded anatomy [d]
  745. () The birth of development: how the World Bank, Food and Agriculture Organization, and World Health Organization changed the world, 1945–1965 [i]
  746. Sandy Schuman [ed] () Creating a culture of collaboration: the International Association of Facilitators handbook [i]
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  748. () Stories, visions, and values in voluntary organisations [i]
  749. () Rethinking community economic development [d]
  750. () The importance of feeling whole: learning to 'feel connected', community, and adult development [i]
  751. () Involving multiple stakeholders in large-scale collaborative projects [i]
  752. () Police and community in Chicago: a tale of three cities [i]
  753. () Theory, practice, and public dialogue: a case study in facilitating community transformation [i]
  754. Chris Steyaert & Daniel Hjorth [ed] () Entrepreneurship as social change [i]
  755. () Corporate governance and the Mondragón Cooperatives [d]
  756. Third World Press [ed] () The covenant with black America [i]
  757. E. Kay M. Tisdall [ed] () Children, young people and social inclusion: participation for what? [i]
  758. () Citizenship, democracy, and the civic reintegration of criminal offenders [d]
  759. () Youth participation in photovoice as a strategy for community change [d]
  760. () Psychosocial interventions, or integrated programming for well-being? [d]
  761. () Doing the barter system one better: I'll teach you to throat sing if she teaches me to crochet [u]
  762. (/2008) Companies we keep: employee ownership and the business of community and place [i]
  763. () The organizational structure of local environmentalism [d]
  764. () Radical possibilities: public policy, urban education, and a new social movement [i]
  765. () A reciprocal approach to peacemaking criminology [d]
  766. () Developmentally attentive communities [i]
  767. () Divided over diversity: political discourse in a Chicago neighborhood [d]
  768. () Becoming-forest, becoming-local: transformations of a protected area in Honduras [d]
  769. Chet A. Bowers & Frédérique Apffel-Marglin [ed] () Rethinking Freire: globalization and the environmental crisis [i]
  770. Samuel Bowles, Herbert Gintis, & Melissa Osborne Groves [ed] () Unequal chances: family background and economic success [i]
  771. () Participatory methods in community practice: popular education and participatory rural appraisal [i] [d]
  772. () Polluted promises: environmental racism and the search for justice in a southern town [i]
  773. () Community currency in the United States: the social environments in which it emerges and survives [d]
  774. () Street science: community knowledge and environmental health justice [i]
  775. Stefan Dercon [ed] () Insurance against poverty [i]
  776. Celia B. Fisher & Richard M. Lerner [ed] () Encyclopedia of applied developmental science [i]
  777. () Democracy, cooperation and business success: the case of Mondragón Corporación Cooperativa [d] [j]
  778. () Using methods that matter: the impact of reflection, dialogue, and voice [d]
  779. Jefferson Fox, Krisnawati Suryanata, & Peter D. Hershock [ed] () Mapping communities: ethics, values, practice [i]
  780. (/2006) The new indicators of well-being and development [i]
  781. () Reflections and mobilizations: dialogues with movements and voluntary organizations [i]
  782. () The case against punishment: retribution, crime prevention, and the law [i]
  783. () Stick your neck out: a street-smart guide to creating change in your community and beyond: service as the path of a meaningful life [i]
  784. Sam Gregory, Gillian Caldwell, Thomas Harding, & Ronit Avni [ed] () Video for change: a guide for advocacy and activism [i]
  785. () Leisure role of public libraries: a historical perspective [d]
  786. () Leisure role of public libraries: user views [d]
  787. () The community health advisor program and the deep South network for cancer control: health promotion programs for volunteer community health advisors [p]
  788. Stanley Hyland [ed] () Community building in the twenty-first century [i]
  789. () The politics of attention: how government prioritizes problems [i]
  790. () Compassionate cities: public health and end-of-life care [i]
  791. () Discovering community power: a guide to mobilizing local assets and your organization's capacity [o] [u]
  792. () The development of strategic thinking: learning to impact human systems in a youth activism program [d]
  793. (/2016) Public health: power, empowerment and professional practice [i]
  794. () Class matters: cross-class alliance building for middle-class activists [i]
  795. () Getting the big picture in community science: methods that capture context [d]
  796. Mary McMurran & James McGuire [ed] () Social problem solving and offending: evidence, evaluation, and evolution [i] [d]
  797. () Large group interventions: change as theater [d]
  798. () Community toolbox: consensus building [u]
  799. () Informal learning and the role of social movements [i] [d]
  800. () Who measures change: an introduction to participatory monitoring and evaluation of communication for social change [o]
  801. () Post-traumatic factors and resilience: the role of shelter management and survivours' attitudes after the earthquakes in El Salvador (2001) [d]
  802. () Community-based monitoring in support of local sustainability [d]
  803. () Who are the oppressed? [i]
  804. () Waging nonviolent struggle: 20th century practice and 21st century potential [i]
  805. () The use of joyfulness as a community organizing strategy [d]
  806. Madhu Singh [ed] () Meeting basic learning needs in the informal sector: integrating education and training for decent work, empowerment and citizenship [i] [d]
  807. Bertram I. Spector [ed] () Fighting corruption in developing countries: strategies and analysis [i]
  808. () Groups and capabilities [d]
  809. Julia Sudbury [ed] () Global lockdown: race, gender, and the prison-industrial complex [i]
  810. () Assessing strengths, resilience, and growth to guide clinical interventions [d]
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  812. () But they all come back: facing the challenges of prisoner reentry [i]
  813. () Invitation to the party: building bridges to the arts, culture, and community [i]
  814. () Humanitarian aid logistics: supply chain management in high gear [d]
  815. Marie Weil & Michael Reisch [ed] () Handbook of community practice [i] [d]
  816. () Local services and amenities, neighborhood social capital, and health [d]
  817. () Participatory rural communication appraisal: starting with the people: a handbook [i] [u]
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  819. () Advocating for equitable development: a PolicyLink manual [o] [u]
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  821. () Buddhism at work: community development, social empowerment and the Sarvodaya Movement [i]
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  823. () Reclaiming development: an alternative economic policy manual [i]
  824. () Spirituality and community development: exploring the link between the individual and the collective [d]
  825. () The hidden power of social networks: understanding how work really gets done in organizations [i]
  826. J. Michael Finger & Philip Schuler [ed] () Poor people's knowledge: promoting intellectual property in developing countries [i]
  827. () Empowered participation: reinventing urban democracy [i]
  828. (/2009) The well-connected community: a networking approach to community development [i]
  829. () The hungry man [i]
  830. () Social protest and policy change: ecology, antinuclear, and peace movements in comparative perspective [i]
  831. () The role of religious networks and other factors in types of volunteer work [d]
  832. () Small change: about the art of practice and the limits of planning in cities [i]
  833. Samuel Hickey & Giles Mohan [ed] () Participation, from tyranny to transformation?: exploring new approaches to participation in development [i]
  834. () Fugitive and codified knowledge: implications for communities struggling to control the meaning of local environmental hazards [d]
  835. Christopher Hood, Oliver James, B. Guy Peters, & Colin Scott [ed] () Controlling modern government: variety, commonality, and change [i]
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  838. (/2010) The complete guide to service learning: proven, practical ways to engage students in civic responsibility, academic curriculum, & social action [i]
  839. () Confrontations with power: moving beyond the 'tyranny of safety' in participation [i]
  840. () Expanding a community's justice response to sex crimes through advocacy, prosecutorial, and public health collaboration: introducing the RESTORE program [d]
  841. Carol Levine & Thomas H. Murray [ed] () The cultures of caregiving: conflict and common ground among families, health professionals, and policy makers [i]
  842. () Civic agriculture: reconnecting farm, food, and community [i]
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  844. Gerald Midgley & Alejandro Ochoa-Arias [ed] () Community operational research: OR and systems thinking for community development [i] [d]
  845. () Failing forward: going beyond PRA and imposed forms of participation [participatory rural appraisal] [i]
  846. Susan Ichi Su Moon [ed] () Not turning away: the practice of engaged Buddhism [i]
  847. Amitava Mukherjee [ed] () Participatory rural appraisal: methods and applications in rural planning: essays in honour of Robert Chambers [i]
  848. Karsten Mündel & Daniel Schugurensky [ed] () Lifelong citizenship learning, participatory democracy and social change [o] [u]
  849. () The practice of community family therapy [d]
  850. () Building community capacity for violence prevention [d]
  851. T. Laine Scales & Calvin L. Streeter [ed] () Rural social work: building and sustaining community assets [i]
  852. Wesley G. Skogan, Kathleen Frydl, & National Research Council [ed] () Fairness and effectiveness in policing: the evidence [i] [d] [u]
  853. () Food justice movements: policy, planning, and networks [d]
  854. () Is 'empowerment' the answer?: current theory and research on development communication [d]
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  856. () A framework of asset-accumulation stages and strategies [d]
  857. () The power of scale: a global history approach [i]
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  859. () Community development in sustainable livelihoods approaches: an introduction [d]
  860. (/2009) Plan B 4.0: mobilizing to save civilization [i] [u]
  861. () Creating a life together: practical tools to grow ecovillages and intentional communities [i]
  862. () The art of waking people up: cultivating awareness and authenticity at work [i]
  863. () Toward building a better brain: neurobehavioral outcomes, mechanisms, and processes of environmental enrichment [i] [d]
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  865. () Local knowledge in the hands of transnational NGO networks: a Mexican viewpoint [d]
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  867. () Enhancing school-based prevention and youth development through coordinated social, emotional, and academic learning [d]
  868. () The key to sustainable cities: meeting human needs, transforming community systems [i]
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  870. () Environmental justice: environmental adult education at the confluence of oppressions [d]
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  872. () Drawing development: analysing local understandings of development in three Andean communities [d]
  873. Richard M. Lerner & Peter L. Benson [ed] () Developmental assets and asset-building communities: implications for research, policy, and practice [i]
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  875. () Protest, collaboration, and creation of alternative models: women's health activists using the Internet [i] [d]
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  877. () Leadership for policy change: strengthening communities of color through leadership development [o] [u]
  878. () Do you need to have them or should you believe you have them?: resources, their appraisal, and well-being in adulthood [d]
  879. () Cops, teachers, counselors: stories from the front lines of public service [i]
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  881. () Peacemaking: practicing at the intersection of law and human conflict [i]
  882. () Análisis y planificación estratégica comunal (APEC) [o]
  883. () Community and money: men and women making change [i]
  884. () Identifying best practices of community participation in providing services to refugee survivors of torture: a case description [d]
  885. () Newcomers to old towns: suburbanization of the heartland [i]
  886. () Environmental activism: a reference handbook [i]
  887. () Implementing a community-wide strategic plan: Rock Hill's Empowering the Vision 10 years later [d]
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  889. Gloria Anzaldúa & AnaLouise Keating [ed] () This bridge we call home: radical visions for transformation [i]
  890. () Finding the thread of an interrupted conversation: the arts, education, and community [u]
  891. Deborah Barndt, Gene Desfor, & Barbara Rahder [ed] () Just doing it: popular collective action in the Americas [i]
  892. Peter Bartelmus [ed] () Unveiling wealth: on money, quality of life, and sustainability [i] [d]
  893. () Four motives for community involvement [d]
  894. () Becoming an ally: breaking the cycle of oppression in people [i]
  895. () The no-nonsense guide to international development [i]
  896. () Material Flow Analysis: unveiling the physical basis of economies [i] [d]
  897. () From periphery to center: pathways for youth civic engagement in the day-to-day life of communities [d]
  898. () Coercion, social support, and crime: an emerging theoretical consensus [d]
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  900. () Quality of life and the distribution of wealth and resources [i]
  901. () What makes librarianship exciting to you? [i]
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  903. (/2011) Assessing responses to problems: an introductory guide for police problem-solvers [i] [u]
  904. () Democratic delusions: the initiative process in America [i]
  905. () Beyond case management and counseling: teaching human service students to create change through advocacy [u]
  906. () Communication for social change: an integrated model for measuring the process and its outcomes [o] [u]
  907. () Asset building for social change: pathways to large-scale impact [o] [u]
  908. () Sustainable solutions: building assets for empowerment and sustainable development [o] [u]
  909. (/2004) Going public: an organizer's guide to citizen action [i]
  910. () From assets to agents of change: social justice, organizing, and youth development [d]
  911. (/2012) Asset building & community development [i]
  912. () Friends on the path: living spiritual communities [i]
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  914. () Promoting science-based prevention in communities [d]
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  919. () The responsibility virus: how control freaks, shrinking violets—and the rest of us—can harness the power of true partnership [i]
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  924. () Gender and the silences of social capital: lessons from Latin America [d]
  925. () Garbage wars: the struggle for environmental justice in Chicago [i]
  926. (/2009) Tackling social exclusion [i]
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  953. () Doing democracy: the MAP model for organizing social movements [i]
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  956. () When strangers become neighbours: managing cities of difference [d]
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  1018. (/2007) Collaborative therapy with multi-stressed families [i]
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  1060. (/2016) Strengthening family resilience [i]
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  1063. (/2006) All kids are our kids: what communities must do to raise caring and responsible children and adolescents [i]
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  1079. (/2008) The history of development: from Western origins to global faith [i]
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  1083. (/2004) The mutual-aid approach to working with groups: helping people help one another [i]
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  1097. () Coming in to the foodshed [i]
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  1099. Sebastian Kraemer & Jane Roberts [ed] () The politics of attachment: towards a secure society [i]
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  1120. () Visualizing practice with children and families [d]
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  1132. () Everyday acts & small subversions: women reinventing family, community, and home [i]
  1133. () Get rolling: a manual for community bicycle programming [o]
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  1138. () Illinois' Volunteer Corps: a model program with deep roots in the prairie [d]
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