Symposium on Community Organization
MICHAEL REISCH, STANLEY WENOCUR - Co-Editors
- Introduction - MICHAEL REISCH, STANLEY WENOCUR - pp. 445
- Community Empowerment As A Non-Problem - JOHN L. RUSSELL-ERLICH, FELIX G. RIVERA - pp. 451
- Community Work Practice and Client Empowerment Under Conservative Conditions: From Observed Practice to A Theory of Societal Context - RALPH E. WOEHLE - pp. 466
- Community Organization: A Survival Strategy For Community-Based Empowerment-Oriented Programs - STEPHEN M. ROSE - pp. 491
- Recruitment and Retention of Organizational Participants: What's Happening Out There Now? - JACQUELINE B. MONDROS, SCOTT M. WILSON - pp. 507
- People Learning To Help Themselves - CARL TJERANDSEN - pp. 522
- Experiences of Women Activities: Implications for Community Organizing Theory and Practice - CHERYL HYDE - pp. 545
- Building Citizen Support For Planning At The Community Level - BARRY CHECKOWAY - pp. 563
- Electoralism, Mobilization and Strategies For the 80's: An Assessment of Organizing Trends In the Mid-Decade - STEVE BURGHARDT - pp. 584
- REGULAR JOURNAL ARTICLES
- Peer Reinforcement for Social Work Training: An Evaluation - ROBERT W. WEINBACH, KAREN M. KUEHNER - pp. 599
- Revival of Welfare Reform - SEUNG JA DOE - pp. 613
- The Sociology of Alcoholism Counseling: A Social Workers' Perspective - KATHERINE VAN WORMER - pp 643
- Collective Mobility and Fragmentation: A Model of Social Work History - DAVID WAGNER - pp. 657
"Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare Vol. 13, No. 3 (September 1986),"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 13:
3, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jssw/vol13/iss3/1
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