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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: Policy Press, 301 Seiten, Gebunden, Klappentext: In Britain, interest in community has greatly increased in recent years for a variety of reasons: New Labor's emphasis on communitarian ideals, civic renewal, and active citizenship; a growing awareness of the importance of engaging communities in order to ensure that government policies and programs are effective; and the increasing diversity of British society, which is typically described in terms of different 'communities.' At the same time, new concepts have emerged, such as community cohesion, social capital, and community capacity building, which require a clarification of the meaning of community and the purposes that the term is intended to serve. This book offers a fresh and unique perspective of the concept of community and reviews the role of the British government in defining, creating, and shaping community. It examines how far Britain has moved towards 'government through community,' including economic development, education, health, housing, and community safety. Additi In Britain, interest in community has greatly increased in recent years for a variety of reasons: New Labor's emphasis on communitarian ideals, civic renewal, and active citizenship; a growing awareness of the importance of engaging communities in order to ensure that government policies and programs are effective; and the increasing diversity of British society, which is typically described in terms of different 'communities.' At the same time, new concepts have emerged, such as community cohesion, social capital, and community capacity building, which require a clarification of the meaning of community and the purposes that the term is intended to serve. This book offers a fresh and unique perspective of the concept of community and reviews the role of the British government in defining, creating, and shaping community. It examines how far Britain has moved towards 'government through community,' including economic development, education, health, housing, and community safety. Additi

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Understanding Community: Politics, Policy and Practice
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Peter Somerville

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Understanding Community: Politics, Policy and Practice

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1847423930

In Britain, interest in community has greatly increased in recent years for a variety of reasons: New Labor's emphasis on communitarian ideals, civic renewal, and active citizenship; a growing awareness of the importance of engaging communities in order to ensure that government policies and programs are effective; and the increasing diversity of British society, which is typically described in terms of different 'communities.' At the same time, new concepts have emerged, such as community cohesion, social capital, and community capacity building, which require a clarification of the meaning of community and the purposes that the term is intended to serve. This book offers a fresh and unique perspective of the concept of community and reviews the role of the British government in defining, creating, and shaping community. It examines how far Britain has moved towards 'government through community,' including economic development, education, health, housing, and community safety. Additi

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781847423931
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1847423930
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Publishing year: 2011
Publisher: Policy Press
301 Pages
Language: eng/Englisch

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