Developing Communities for the Future

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Thomson, 2006 - Community development - 416 pages
This edition not only provides an introduction to the theoretical foundations of community development. It also introduces contextual factors such as risk society, the rise of fundamentalism and the putative clash of cultures. It includes discussion of the new roles and relations within the state such as the partnership state, the surveillance state and the neo-authoritarian state. In addition, a new chapter focusing on dimensions of diversity, theories of diversity and cross-cultural competence, has been introduced.

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