CRM 2310 Study Guide - Social Disorganization Theory, Civil Society, Community Practice

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Rapidly changing political social, and ideological environment. Compels community based nonprofit organizations to: reassess their rules, develop new survival strategies, create innovative approaches to the attainment of social justice goals. In an environment of increasing economic, fiscal, and political uncertainty. Collaboration between intermediate organizations, forma and informal, to deal with common local problems . Deals with basic development idea: increasing the richness of human life rather than the wealth of the economy in which human beings live, which i s only a part of life itself. Engaging people in the process of dev and expansion of the social economic. Identify community assets resources and interests, and political power. Community practice practitioner must critically examine the theories and practice models they are using in their work with communities standpoints, power.