Changing Communities, Second Edition
A Guide for Social and Community Activists
- includes a community strengths-based assessment framework developed by the author, referred to as the Strengths, Assets, Challenges, and Opportunities Assessment (SACO)
- offers case studies and practical examples from Canada and the United States
- provides students with practical knowledge on how to build powerful coalitions,raise funds for grassroots projects, and deal with the press and social media, including how to write a press release
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Why Be an Agent of Change?
Chapter 2: Community Development, Engagement, Organization, Capacity-Building Defined
Chapter 3: Who Holds the Reins of Power?
Chapter 4: Community Strengths, Needs Assessment, and Research
Chapter 5: How to Do Community Development
Chapter 6: Principles and Strategies of Community Organization
Chapter 7: Building Powerful Coalitions
Chapter 8: Fundraising for Community Action
Chapter 9: Managing the Message
Chapter 10: Being the Change: Qualities of a Successful Organizer
—Tracie Howieson, School of Community Services, Northern College
The Instructor Resources for Changing Communities, Second Edition include a Test Bank containing multiple choice, true or false, and short-answer questions, as well as PowerPoint slides for each chapter.
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