[COMM-ORG] query: Shel Trapp's "What is an Organizer"

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  [ed:  thanks to Corianne for replying to Stan's query.]

From: Corianne Scally <coriannescally at gmail.com>


I have a copy of a 5-page article by Shel Trapp titled "The Myth of the 
Organizer" that a local organizer here gave me a couple of years ago to 
pass along to my students. He notes it is an excerpt from an NTIC 
training booklet titled "Dynamics of Organizing". I have located this 
entire 1976 booklet reproduced online at: 
http://hoanewsnetwork.com/articles/Dynamics%20of%20Organizing.pdf. I 
don't know if this is what you are looking for, but thought it worth 
passing along regardless.

All my very best,

Corianne P. Scally, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Geography & Planning

Affiliated Faculty, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy

University at Albany, SUNY

Arts and Sciences 227

1400 Washington Avenue

Albany, NY  12222

(518) 591-8561 (phone)

(518) 442-4742 (fax)

cscally at albany.edu


On 11/28/2010 12:28 PM, Discussion list for COMM-ORG wrote:
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> From: "Stan Holt"<spenholt at svcable.net>
> Randy,
>      I read somewhere that Shell Trapp wrote an article entitled "What is
> an Organizer". As I worked with Trapp for two years at OBA and organized
> for thirty years I am curious to know what I was, am, or whatever. Do
> you know where I can get a copy of the article?
> Stan Holt
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