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Local Government and Community Autonomy in East...
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Local Government and Community Autonomy in East Boston (Classic Reprint): John Macphee

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Stand: 17.04.2019
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Community-based Organizations In Mexico als Buc...
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Community-based Organizations In Mexico:Bureaucracy, autonomy and power (1995-1998) David Arellano-Gault

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Among School Teachers als eBook Download von Jo...
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Among School Teachers:Community, Autonomy and Ideology in Teachers´ Work Joel Westheimer

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Confucian Ethics als eBook Download von
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Confucian Ethics:A Comparative Study of Self, Autonomy, and Community

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The Decline of the Individual als eBook Downloa...
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The Decline of the Individual:Reconciling Autonomy with Community. 1st ed. 2017 Mark D. White

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The Decline of the Individual als Buch von Mark...
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The Decline of the Individual:Reconciling Autonomy with Community. 1st ed. 2017 Mark D. White

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Urban Spaces in Contemporary China als Buch von...
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Urban Spaces in Contemporary China:The Potential for Autonomy and Community in Post-Mao China Deborah S. Davis

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Stand: 17.04.2019
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Helping People Help Themselves
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´´A towering achievement. It outdoes Sen and Hirshman in its reach across economics, management theory, psychology, sociology, mathematics and philosophy. The result is a coherent alternative ´way of seeing´ the relationship between aid organizations based in rich countries and aid recipients based in poorer ones, and some practical suggestions on how to re-engage the aid agencies more as ´helpers´ than as ´doers´. Along the way it fairly sizzles with insider insights into the workings of the World Bank.´´ ---Robert Hunter Wade, Development Studies Institute, London School of Economics ´´Ellerman provides a compelling humanist understanding of how economic development aid can succeed, if only people and nations are enabled to help themselves.´´ --- William Greider author, ´´The Soul of Capitalism: Opening Paths to a Moral Economy´´ David Ellerman relates a deep theoretical groundwork for a philosophy of development, while offering a descriptive, practical suggestion of how goals of development can be better set and met. Beginning with the assertion that development assistance agencies are inherently structured to provide help that is ultimately unhelpful by overriding or undercutting the capacity of people to help themselves, David Ellerman argues that the best strategy for development is a drastic reduction in development assistance. The locus of initiative can then shift from the would-be helpers to the doers (recipients) of development. Ellerman presents various methods for shifting initiative that are indirect, enabling and autonomy-respecting. Eight representative figures in the fields of education, community organization, economic development, psychotherapy andmanagement theory including: Albert Hirschman, Paulo Freire, John Dewey, and Soren Kierkegaard demonstrate how the major themes of assisting autonomy among people are essentially the same. David Ellerman is currently a Visiting Scholar in the Economics Department at the Unive

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Stand: 16.04.2019
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A New Philosophy of Society (eBook, PDF)
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In A New Philosophy of Society Manuel DeLanda offers a fascinating look at how the contemporary world is characterized by an extraordinary social complexity. Since most social entities, from small communities to large nation-states, would disappear altogether if our cognitive abilities ceased to exist, DeLanda proposes a novel approach to social ontology that asserts the autonomy of social entities from the conceptions we have of them. DeLanda argues that Gilles Deleuze´s theory of assemblages provides a framework in which sociologists and geographers studying social networks and regions can properly locate their work and fully elucidate the connections between them. Indeed, assemblage theory, as DeLanda argues, can be used to model any community, from interpersonal networks and institutional organizations, to central governments, cities and nation states.

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Stand: 18.04.2019
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A New Philosophy of Society (eBook, ePUB)
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In A New Philosophy of Society Manuel DeLanda offers a fascinating look at how the contemporary world is characterized by an extraordinary social complexity. Since most social entities, from small communities to large nation-states, would disappear altogether if our cognitive abilities ceased to exist, DeLanda proposes a novel approach to social ontology that asserts the autonomy of social entities from the conceptions we have of them. DeLanda argues that Gilles Deleuze´s theory of assemblages provides a framework in which sociologists and geographers studying social networks and regions can properly locate their work and fully elucidate the connections between them. Indeed, assemblage theory, as DeLanda argues, can be used to model any community, from interpersonal networks and institutional organizations, to central governments, cities and nation states.

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Stand: 18.04.2019
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