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Autor(i):Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology
Naslov:Processes of community change and social action / edited by Allen M. Omoto
Impresum:Mahwah, N.J. : LEA , cop. 2005
Materijalni opis:ix, 203 str. ; 23 cm
Nakladnička cjelina:Claremont symposium on applied social psychology
Ključne riječi:aktivizam * socijalna zajednica * volontiranje * socijalni pokreti * civilno društvo * socijalni procesi
Sažetak:This volume, an outgrowth of the annual meeting of the Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, focuses on examples of social change and the processes at work in creating change. This volume represents a product of their cumulative insight, research results, and perspectives; it includes chapters from each of the symposium presenters as well as a few select chapters from other scholars. The chapters, when taken as a whole, present findings from rigorous and provocative programs of research that offer illuminating lessons for anyone interested in community change, civic participation, and social action. Across the chapters, topics related to service learning, social movements, political socialization, civil society, and especially volunteerism, are addressed. It is an exciting and unique collection, with contributors from different disciplines and even different subdisciplines of psychology. Specifically, the research and thinking described in these pages has been conducted by sociologists, public health researchers, social psychologists, developmental psychologists, personality-oriented psychologists, and community psychologists. Thus, from a number of different perspectives and disciplinary traditions, all of the contributors have been attempting to understand processes of community change and the effects of such efforts on the individuals involved in creating them and on society at large.
Sadržaj:Some Things Social Surveys Don't Tell Us About Volunteering John Wilson / 11-27. - Feeling Good by Doing Good: Health Consequences of Social Service Jane Allyn Piliavin / 29-50. - Public Health, Race, and the AIDS Movement: The Profile and Consequences of Latino Gay Men's Community Involvement Jesus Ramirez-Valles & Rafael M. Diaz / 51-66. - Becoming (and Remaining) a Community Volunteer: Does Personality Matter? Mark H. Davis / 67-82. - Psychological Sense of Community: Conceptual Issues and Connections to Volunteerism-Related Activism Allen M. Omoto & Anna M. Malsch / 83-103. - A Benefit-and-Cost Approach to Understanding Social Participation and Volunteerism in Multilevel Organizations Matthew J. Chinman, Abraham Wandersman, & Robert M. Goodman / 105-125. - Social Capital in Democratic Transition: Civil Society in South Africa Bert Klandermans, Marlene Roefs, & Johan Olivier / 127-148. - Social Participation and Social Trust in Adolescence: The Importance of Heterogeneous Encounters Constance Flanagan, Sukhdeep Gill, & Leslie Gallay / 149-166. - Designing Interventions to Promote Civic Engagement Robert G. Bringle / 167-187. - About the Contributors
APA CC:2900
Ostali autori / urednici:Omoto, Allen Martin
Signatura:2900 2005 CLE
Inventarni broj:23/2006
Vrsta građe:knjiga
Knjižnica:Knjižnica Odsjeka za psihologiju, http://www.knjiznice.ffzg.hr/psihologija

Upit: PersonalName_swish=(Omoto Allen Martin )