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Assessing Theoretical Models of Community Organization Practice: Alinsky as a Case in Point

Robert Pruger and Harry Specht
Social Service Review
Vol. 43, No. 2 (Jun., 1969), pp. 123-135
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30020552
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Assessing Theoretical Models of Community Organization Practice: Alinsky as a Case in Point
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Abstract

The Uneven Growth of Community Organization Theory is Attributed to the Absence of an Analytic Framework for Comparing and Evaluating Existing Practice Models. A Paradigm Potentially Useful to This End is Offered. The Practice Variations and Rationales Associated With Saul Alinsky are used to Illustrate the Organized Statements Made Possible by the Paradigm.

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