[COMM-ORG] query: Literature Review - Community Organizing
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[ed: thanks to Aaron for replying to Marcie's query.]
From: Aaron Schutz <schutz at uwm.edu>
A number of annotated bibliographies covering organizing were completed
in the 1970s. I have at least three of these that I got from different
archives and institutions, and I would be happy to make these available
to you if you wanted.
Professor & Chair
Dept. of Ed. Policy & Comm. Studies
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Enderis Hall rm. 553
P.O. Box 413; Milwaukee, WI 53201
Office: (414) 229-4150; Fax: (414) 229-3700
On 1/28/2012 5:49 PM, Discussion list for COMM-ORG wrote:
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> From: Marcie Hale <marcierose at gmail.com>
> I'm a doctoral student at UCLA working with Marie Kennedy. I've been
> searching for a published literature review of community organizing and
> have come up empty handed. Does anyone know if a lit review has been done?
> Ideally, I'd love to review a literature review on community organizing
> that has been published in an academic journal - regardless of the
> specific aspect of organizing that the review focuses on. If there isn't
> such a literature review available, this would be helpful to know.
> In the absence of a lit review from an academic journal, I would love to
> know what books I might find a review in. I am most interested in models
> of organizing and/or the history of the field. If neither is available,
> I'm open to whatever has been written and it will be useful to know
> where gaps in the literature lie.
> Many thanks in advance,
> Marcie Hale
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