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From Multi-Modal Systems Thinking to Community Development : Regaining our Humanity through Community Development

By de Raadt, J D R, Dr.

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Title: From Multi-Modal Systems Thinking to Community Development : Regaining our Humanity through Community Development  
Author: de Raadt, J D R, Dr.
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Social Sciences, community development
Collections: Authors Community, Sociology
Historic
Publication Date:
2014
Publisher: Melbourne Centre for Community Development
Member Page: J Donald R de Raadt

Description
Collection of Papers

Summary
Multi-Modal Systems Approach to Community Development

Excerpt
...we have learned through our experience and from history – and by thinking historically – is that the most effective and most humane tool of social change is education.

Table of Contents
1 The Prophet and the Philosopher 2 Humane Operational Research 3 Design of an Undergraduate Programme 4 Vision and Normative Science 5 Ethics for a Civilised Life 6 Qualitative Operational Research 7 Normative Factors and Viable Community 8 Evaluation of Community Projects 9 Where there is No Vision the People Perish 10 Arresting the Collapse of the City 11 Social Work and Community 12 Samaritan Ethics 13 Christian Social Humanism

 

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