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Issues Analysis
Issues analysis

There is certainly no shortage of problems that need to be addressed in low-income and working-class neighborhoods. There usually is no shortage of social service providers in these same neighborhoods. Frequently social service agencies declare which problems need to be addressed in a given community how they are going to be addressed, and who will address them. (Surprise! Themselves!) Organizers do the opposite. They look at what community members want to change and develop their personal commitment to do so. Organizers must look at their role in a very different way. Invariably, students think the first thing to ...

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