By David Horton Smith
This reference paintings defines greater than 1,200 phrases and ideas which were chanced on invaluable in earlier learn and conception at the nonprofit region. The entries mirror the significance of institutions, citizen participation, philanthropy, voluntary motion, nonprofit administration, volunteer management, rest, and political actions of nonprofits. in addition they mirror a priority for the broader diversity of priceless common recommendations in idea and study that endure at the nonprofit region and its manifestations within the usa and in different places. This dictionary offers the various precious foundational paintings at the street towards a basic conception of the nonprofit area.
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Putnam (1993, passim) studied how social capital affected *civic engagement in different regions of Italy. In his more recent book (Putnam 2000, passim), he relates social capital measures for the states of America to a variety of societal outcome measures. care. See informal care career in nonproﬁts: the search for or the fact of a career in a *nonproﬁt group, usually a *paid-staff nonproﬁt. Many books now describe the range of careers in nonproﬁts and how to enter them, including the important prerequisite of getting appropriate education in *nonproﬁt management or administration (Cohen and Young 1989; King 2000; Lowell 2000; McAdam 1991; O’Neill and Fletcher 1998; Slesinger 2004).
2. act of doing good, of being kind, generous, or charitable toward someone or toward a group. Stonebraker (2003, passim) found that the proportion of overall benevolence payments sent to synodical and national Protestant church bodies in the United States is falling. See also altruism bequest: *gift made available through a will upon a *donor’s death. Pammer (2000, passim), using a sample of wills, studied bequest patterns in eighteenth-century central Europe to ﬁnd, for example, that testators usually select as recipients of their bequest either their spouse or their children, but not both.
The IAF style was initially confrontational for many years, but in recent decades has been more collaborative, seeking to build effective local coalitions (Chrislip and Larson 1994:57). alliance of nonproﬁts: *group of two or more nonproﬁts that have agreed to work together for one or more common *goals they believe they can achieve more readily in intergroup collaboration (*collaboration in nonproﬁts) than in intergroup competition (Arsenault 1998; Bailey and Koney 2000; McLaughlin 1998). , for the many nonproﬁts that are members of *INDEPENDENT SECTOR).
A Dictionary of Nonprofit Terms and Concepts by David Horton Smith