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Interacting Fruitfully with Un-Civil Society: the dilemma for non-civil society organizations

By Anthony Judge, 1996. Presentation to a World Bank workshop on Civil Society in the FSU and East/Central Europe, Washington DC, 16th October 1996. Published in Transnational Associations, 49, 1997, 3, pp 124-132.


Undermining Open Civil Society: Reinforcing unsustainable restrictive initiatives

By Anthony Judge, 1999. Excerpt: "Enthusiasm for "civil society" is now evident in many sectors. The debate concerning its nature is in full swing. Within this context, this article explores the ways in which open "civil society" can be most effectively undermined by the current strategies employed, deliberately or inadvertently, by those concerned."

Nonprofit Management Education

By Roseanne M. Mirabella, PhD. An assessment of current offerings in university-based nonprofit management programmes.


The Civil Society Debate

By Ed Cohn for the Electronic Policy Network.


The Modern World System and European Civil Society: a reconstruction of the longue durée of modernity in the new millennium

By Dr José M. Magone, University of Hull. Paper presented at the the Joint Sessions of Workshops of the European Consortium for Political Research at the University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, 14-19 April 2000.

 

Investing in Social Capital

By Jason Zengerle, September 1996

Introduction: "Bowling Alone," Robert Putnam's argument that declining civic involvement is dangerous to American democracy, brought him to the White House--and to the pages of People magazine.


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