Organizing for Social Change: A Dialectic Journey of Theory and Praxis

Organizing for Social Change: A Dialectic Journey of Theory and Praxis

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‘The body of work this book represents is clearly important both theoretically and in terms of encouraging scholars and practitioners in continuing efforts of large-scale change and social justice. The cases considered are fascinating, and the authors' analyses of them are enlightening’ - Katherine Miller

Professor, Department of Communication, Texas A&M University

‘In Organizing for Social Change, one rediscovers the value of dialectics within a theoretically complex story of empowerment and transformation that is told in a very personal tone with careful attention to detail’ - Patrice M Buzzanell, Professor, Department of Communication, Purdue University

‘Scholars and practitioners will find this book theoretically sound, methodologically rigorous, and rich with poignant narratives. The book models engaged scholarship; it is truly refreshing to encounter scholarship that matters to various stakeholders, ...

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