book announcement: Community Development Reader

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[ed:  you can get purchase information for the book from 
http://www.routledge.com/books/The-Community-Development-Reader-isbn9780415954297]

From: "David Chavis" <dchavis at capablecommunity.com>


How can one get a copy of this? Thanks!

David

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> [ed: here is the table of contents from James.]
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> From: jdefilip at rci.rutgers.edu
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> Community Development Reader Table of Contents
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> List of illustrations ix
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> Permissions xi
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> Acknowledgments xv
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> 1 Communities Develop: The Question is How? 1
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> James DeFilippis and Susan Saegert
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> PART I. HISTORY AND FUTURE OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
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> 2 Swimming against the Tide: A Brief History of Federal Policy in Poor 
> Communities 9
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> Alice O’Connor
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> 3 Community Control and Development: The Long View 28
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> James DeFilippis
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> 4 Community Building: New (and Old) Lessons about the Politics of 
> Problem-solving in America’s Cities 36
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> Xavier de Souza Briggs
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> PART II. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONS AND PRACTICE
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> 5 Introduction to Part II 43
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> James DeFilippis and Susan Saegert
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> 6 More than Bricks and Sticks: Five Components of Community Development 
> Corporation Capacity 46
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> Norman J. Glickman and Lisa J. Servon
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> 7 Learning from Adversity: The CDC School of Hard Knocks 62
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> William M. Rohe, Rachel G. Bratt, and Protip Biswas
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> 8 Social Housing 67
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> Michael E. Stone
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> 9 Community Development Financial Institutions: Expanding Access to 
> Capital in Under-served Markets 81
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> Lehn Benjamin, Julia Sass Rubin, and Sean Zielenbach
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> 10 No Progress Without Protest 89
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> Gregory D. Squires
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> 11 The Economic Development of Neighborhoods and Localities 92
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> Wim Wiewel, Michael Teitz, and Robert Giloth
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> 12 Communities as Place, Face, and Space: Provision of Services to Poor, 
> Urban Children and their Families 102
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> Tama Leventhal, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, and Sheila B. Kamerman
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> 13 Community-based Organizations and Migration in New York City 111
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> Héctor R. Cordero-Guzmán and Victoria Quiroz-Becerra
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> 14 Social Capital, Religious Institutions, and Poor Communities 121
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> Michael W. Foley, John D. McCarthy, and Mark Chaves
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> 15 Collaborating to Reduce Poverty: Views from City Halls and 
> Community-Based Organizations 131
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> Michael Rich, Michael Giles, and Emily Stern
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> 16 Toward Greater Effectiveness in Community Change: Challenges and 
> Responses for Philanthropy 140
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> Prudence Brown, Robert Chaskin, Ralph Hamilton, and Harold Richman
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> 17 The Place of Rural Community Development in Urban Society 148
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> Christopher D. Merrett and Timothy Collins
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> PART III. UNDERSTANDING, BUILDING, AND ORGANIZING COMMUNITY
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> 18 Introduction to Part III 159
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> James DeFilippis and Susan Saegert
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> 19 What Community Supplies 163
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> Robert J. Sampson
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> 20 The Myth of a Purified Community 174
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> Richard Sennett
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> 21 Community Organizing for Power and Democracy: Lessons Learned from a 
> Life in the Trenches 181
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> Harold DeRienzo
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> 22 Neighbourhood Organizing: The Importance of Historical Context 186
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> Robert Fisher
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> 23 A Theology of Organizing: From Alinsky to the Modern IAF 194
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> Mark Warren
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> 24 Community Organizing: An Ecological Route to Empowerment and Power 204
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> Paul W. Speer and Joseph Hughey
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> 25 Community Building: Limitations and Promises 214
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> Bill Traynor
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> 26 Exploring Social Capital and Civic Engagement to Create a Framework 
> for Community Building 225
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> James B. Hyman
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> 27 Doing Democracy Up-Close: Culture, Power, and Communication in 
> Community Planning 234
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> Xavier de Souza Briggs
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> 28 Community Organizing or Organizing Community? Gender and the Crafts 
> of Empowerment 241
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> Susan Stall and Randy Stoecker
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> 29 How Does Community Matter for Community Organizing? 249
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> David Micah Greenberg
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> PART IV. THEORETICAL CONCEPTIONS AND DEBATES
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> 30 Introduction to Part IV 261
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> James DeFilippis and Susan Saegert
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> 31 Domestic Property Interests as a Seedbed for Community Action 263
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> John Emmeus Davis
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> 32 Has Homeownership Been Oversold? 271
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> Winton Pitcoff
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> 33 Five Faces of Oppression 276
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> Iris Marion Young
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> 34 Expanding Comprehensiveness: Structural Racism and Community Building 
> in the United States 286
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> Keith Lawrence
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> 35 Defining Feminist Community: Place, Choice, and the Urban Politics of 
> Difference 295
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> Judith Garber
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> 36 The CDC Model of Urban Development: A Critique and an Alternative 303
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> Randy Stoecker
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> 37 The Construction of the Local and the Limits of Contemporary 
> Community Building in the United States 311
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> James Fraser, Jonathon Lepofsky, Edward Kick, and J. Patrick Williams
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> 38 Strengthening the Connections between Communities and External 
> Resources 319
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> Anne C. Kubisch, Patricia Auspos, Prudence Brown, Robert Chaskin,
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> Karen Fulbright-Anderson, and Ralph Hamilton
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> 39 Conclusion 327
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> James DeFilippis and Susan Saegert
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> Index 333
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> Discussion list for COMM-ORG wrote:
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>> [ed:  perhaps James or Susan can supply us with the info Herb requests.]
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>> From: "Herb Rubin" <hrubin at niu.edu>
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>> Is there a table of contents, neither Amazon, nor Routledge seem to be 
>> displaying one, unless I'm missing it
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>> thanks
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>> herb rubin
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>>> [New York area readers will find this of most use.]
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>>> From: James DeFilippis <jdefilip at rci.rutgers.edu>
>>>
>>> Roundtable on Community Change
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>>> First Thursdays
>>>
>>> Please Join Us to Celebrate the Publication of The Community Development 
>>> Reader
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>>> edited by James DeFilippis & Susan Saegert
>>>
>>> The Aspen Institute Roundtable on Community Change invites you to join 
>>> us on the first Thursday of every month for a casual but informative 
>>> gathering of friends and colleagues in the urban affairs and community 
>>> change fields.  First Thursdays will provide the opportunity to learn 
>>> about new developments in research, policy issues, programs, 
>>> interventions, and the like, and also to meet and greet your friends and 
>>> colleagues in the field for some informal exchange.  Our inaugural First 
>>> Thursday will be held on February 7th from 5-7PM at the Roundtable's 
>>> office at 281 Park Avenue South (between 21st and 22nd Streets).  We 
>>> will showcase and discuss the newly published Community Development 
>>> Reader, edited by James DeFilippis and Susan Saegert:
>>>
>>> Wine and refreshments will be served.
>>>
>>>  
>>>
>>> Please R.S.V.P. to Ivett Colon-Leon by phone at 212-677-5510 x21 or by 
>>> email at ivettcl at aspenroundtable.org.  We hope to see you in February!
>>>
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