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dynamics of social action.

Seba Eldridge

dynamics of social action.

by Seba Eldridge

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Published by Public Affairs Press in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social service,
  • United States -- Social conditions

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination119 p.
    Number of Pages119
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16207336M

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    The reader is distinctive in several respects: * The book is organized sequentially and logically, to facilitate understanding of the dynamics of social movements--from their emergence, through the micromobilization process and tactical action, to outcomes and consequences. contents: introduction life field theory group dynamics democracy and groups t-groups, facilitation and experience action research conclusion further reading and references links. see, also: the groupwork pioneers series. Kurt Lewin’s () work had a profound impact on social psychology and, more.

    1. The approach to sociology focusing on the empirical studies of societies and social systems in the processes of change in years gone by. 2. The processes and forces of change at work in any social group. See group dynamics. Ideas developed in The Dynamics of Social Practice have circulated through seminars, conferences and working parties and have been shaped by many people along the way. Thanks to all and especially to Elizabeth's supervisory team at Lancaster – Allison Hui, David McBride, Julien McHardy and Nicola Spurling – and to Mikko Jalas who provided valuable input from .


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