Community In Historical Perspective

Author: Otto Von Gierke
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521893237
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Community in Historical Perspective includes much of the first volume of Das Deutsche Genossenschaftsrecht, originally published in 1868, and the texts translated here have become essential reading for anyone interested not only in the ...

The Great Migration In Historical Perspective

Author: Joe William Trotter
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253206695
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Historical. Perspective. A. Review. of. the. Literature. Joe. William. Trotter,. Jr. •
Since the arrival of Africans on slave ships in the early seventeenth century,
migration has been an enduring theme in African-American history. Yet, only with
the advent of World War I did blacks ... Mainly sociological and social
anthropological in approach, the race relations model took a variety of forms,
including urban community studies, special case studies, and general syntheses
of existing knowledge.

Bioethics In Historical Perspective

Author: Sarah Ferber
Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1137265655
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Israeli sociologist Aviad Raz reflects more deeply on the idea of 'community
genetics' celebrated by Latour. Raz points to some of the tensions which can
arise for individuals in some religious communities which are genetically at risk, a
situation which can be entrenched by community-sanctioned endogamy. He
explores the genetic community as also a moral community which can make
rules to limit an individual's reproductive options, in the interests of the group. '
Reprogenetic ...

Muslim Communities Reemerge

Author: Edward Allworth
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 9780822314905
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Historical Perspectives on Nationality, Politics, and Opposition in the Former
Soviet Union and Yugoslavia Edward Allworth. 4. One or More Tatar Nations?
Azade-Ayşe Rorlich The very title of this paper is an invitation into an intellectual
minefield. To negotiate a safe passage through this minefield would require the
elaboration of generally acceptable definitions of the concepts of nation,
nationalism, and national consciousness. This is an impossible task, for the
impressive volume of ...

International Community Psychology

Author: Stephanie Reich
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387495002
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8. History. and. Theory. of. Community. Psychology. in. India: An. International.
Perspective. SANGEETA BHATIA AND NANDINI SETHI ... To describe the field, it
is helpful to examine the historical developments that preceded the existence of
community psychology. A history of psychology in India shows a movement from
intrapsychic emphasis to experimental, and more recently to a contextual
approach in understanding behavior. The mental health movement is shown to
be ...

The Theology Of The Cross In Historical Perspective

Author: Anna M. Madsen
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1498276350
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traditional understanding of justification, relatively individualistic, stresses the
justification of the individual as she or he seeks “peace with God.” Instead, Paul's
understanding of justification primarily addresses the community; how it received,
responded to, and expressed the grace of God given to all people.62 Paul
equated justification with the breaking down of any barriers which alienated
people from God. This definition of justification is broader than traditionally given,
but deeper in ...

Cultures Of Opposition

Author: Hadassa Kosak
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791445839
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It became a new community where "people walk on their heads," according to
one contemporary observer who bemoaned the lack of old-world deference and
hierarchy.9 Political Culture And Community: The Historical Perspective The lens
through which this book investigates the history of the immigrant community is
that of "political culture," a concept that encapsulates the cultural and social
characteristics of a group and the way these traits are demonstrated through
political action.

The Handbook Of Community Practice

Author: Marie Weil
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1452289972
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Neighborhood organizing: The importance of historical context. In W. D. Keating,
N. Krumholz, & P. Star (Eds.), Revitalizing urban neighborhoods (pp. 39–49).
Lawrence: University of Kansas Press. Fisher, R. (2005). History, context, and
emerging issues for community practice. In M. Weil (Ed.), The handbook of
community practice. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Fisher, R., & Kling, J. (Eds.). (
1993). Mobilizing the community: Local politics in the era of the global city (Urban
Affairs Annual ...