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Ngos Civil Society And The Public Sphere

Author : Sabine Lang
ISBN : 9781107024991
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book investigates how nongovernmental organizations can become stronger advocates for citizens and better representatives of their interests. Sabine Lang analyzes the choices that NGOs face in their work for policy change between working in institutional settings and practicing public advocacy that incorporates constituents' voices.

Ngos

Author : Thomas Davies
ISBN : 9780190257507
Genre : Political Science
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In the first historical account of international NGOs, from the French Revolution to the present, Thomas Davies places the contemporary debate on transnational civil society in context. In contrast to the conventional wisdom, which sees transnational civil society as a recent development taking place along a linear trajectory, he explores the long history of international NGOs in terms of a cyclical process characterized by three major waves: the era to 1914, the inter-war years, and the period since the Second World War. The breadth of transnational civil society activities explored is unprecedented in its diversity, from business associations to humanitarian organizations, peace groups to socialist movements, feminist organizations to pan-nationalist groups. The geographical scope covered is also extensive, and the analysis is richly supported with reference to a diverse array of previously unexplored sources. By revealing the role of civil society rather than governmental actors in the major trans- formations of the past two-and-a-half centuries, this book is for anyone interested in obtaining a new perspective on world history. The analysis concludes in the second decade of the twenty-first century, providing insights into the trajectory of transnational civil society in the post-9/11 and post-financial crisis eras.

Civil Society

Author : Michael Edwards
ISBN : 9780745659053
Genre : Social Science
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The Oxford Handbook Of Civil Society

Author : Michael Edwards
ISBN : 9780199330140
Genre : Law
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Broadly speaking, The Oxford Handbook of Civil Society views the topic of civil society through three prisms: as a part of society (voluntary associations), as a kind of society (marked out by certain social norms), and as a space for citizen action and engagement (the public square or sphere).

The Nature Of The Nonprofit Sector

Author : J. Steven Ott
ISBN : 9780813349602
Genre : Business & Economics
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Edited by two leading nonprofit organizations scholars, The Nature of the Nonprofit Sector features classic and current readings on the nature, place and role of the nonprofit sector.

Shaping Abortion Discourse

Author : Myra Marx Ferree
ISBN : 052179384X
Genre : Political Science
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It compares the political process and role of the media using controversy over abortion.

Non Governmental Organizations In Contemporary China

Author : Qiusha Ma
ISBN : 9781134224111
Genre : Business & Economics
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Based on documentary materials including interviews with key players in China, this book charts the development of non-governmental and non-profit organizations in China from the late 1970s to the present day. It recounts how in the aftermath of the 1978 reforms that created a market economy and diversified interests and social life, new institutions and organizations outside of the state system increased dramatically in number, size and influence. These organizations, which barely existed before the reforms began in the late 1970s, carry out many social, economic and cultural tasks neglected by the government. Qiusha Ma examines two key questions crucial to understanding the development of NGOs in China: First, is it possible under China’s one-party state for non-governmental organizations to thrive and play important economic, social and political functions? And secondly, are NGOs facilitating the formation of a civil society in China?

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