Community organization : studies in constraint / Irving A. Spergel, editor. - Beverly Hills [Calif.] : Sage Publications, [1972] - 287 p. ; 25 cm.

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The structural context: Reformers, machines, and the war on poverty, by J. D. Greenstone and P. E. Peterson. Community organizations in integrated neighborhoods, by G. Gockel, N. M. Bradburn, and S. Sudman. A poverty case: the analgesic subculture of the southern Appalachians, by R. A. Ball.--Organizational strategy and activity: A comparative analysis of community organization agencies: the case of the welfare council, by J. E. Tropman. Stages of development of neighborhood action groups: the Topeka example, by L. A. Zurcher, Jr. The Chicago area project in theory and practice, by H. Finestone.--The politics of research: Sociological models and social policy, by M. Janowitz. The researcher as policy scientist, by J. A. Jones. Community action research as a political process, by I. A. Spergel. Bibliography (p. 263-273)


Community organization.
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