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Connections – Winter 2006: Focus on Community Politics

Connections is a yearly (previously biannual) periodical published by the Kettering Foundation featuring articles devoted to a theme. Each issue of the foundation’s annual newsletter focuses on a particular area of Kettering’s research and contains articles, feature stories, and book reviews relevant to the foundation’s work. Editing responsibilities for Connections rotate among Kettering program staff.

The Winter 2006 edition shares “A Focus on Community Politics“.  Below are the contents of the newsletter…

Contents of the Winter 2006 Edition

Community Politics:A Lens for Seeing the Whole Story of Kettering Research
 David Mathews

Disconnecting and Reconnecting with Community
Richard C. Harwood

Reexamining “Chronic Disengagement” through Another Lens
John Cavanaugh

Involving Ordinary Citizens in Public Work: The Cincinnati Experience
Valerie Lemmie

A Deeper Look at Citizen Engagement and Democracy
Anne Thomason reviews First Democracy by Paul Woodruff

Engaging Untapped Community Resources
Carolyn Farrow-Garland

Coming Together to Address Wicked Social Problems
Sue E. Williams and Renée A. Daugherty

Community Politics, Leadership, and International Research Connections
Maxine S. Thomas

Professionals, Institutions, and Community Challenges
Randall Nielsen

Public Work and Education
Paloma Dallas

Philanthropy and Public Life: A Question of Civil Investing
Scott London

Institutional Administrators and Deliberative Democracy: The Tittabawassee Case
Alice Diebel

A New Book Worth Reading
Peter Levine

This edition of the newsletter is currently available as a free download from the Kettering Foundation website.

Resource Link: http://kettering.org/periodicals/connections-winter-2006-focus-on-community-politics/

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