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Development Practitioners and Social Process: Artists of the Invisible


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Juni 2002

Beschreibung

Beschreibung

Development expert Kaplan provides a radically new approach to the understanding of organisations and communities and to the practice of social development

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Acknowledgements The Endeavour - A Preface Social Process and the Practitioner - A Synopsis SECTION I - observation 1. Beyond Reductionism 2. Emergence 3. Life's Resources 4. Intuition - Seeing Holistically 5. Indications for Practice Exercise - Drawing 6. Revisiting the Whole Exercise - Listening (1) SECTION II - understanding 7. Freedom and Constraint Exercise - Developing the Core 8. Balancing Heaven and Earth Exercise - Creative Thinking (1) 9. The Creative Round Exercise - Growth and Decay 10. On Becoming Exercise - Reading Oneself 11. Dancing with Shadows Exercise - Exploring Shadows 12. Paradoxes of Power Exercise - Fingering Power 13. The Pattern of Reversal Exercise - Making Culture Conscious SECTION III - change 14. The Narrative Thread Exercise - Discovering Wonder 15. Stories from the Field Exercise - Characterisation 16. Metamorphosis Exercise - Turning Points 17. Guidance Exercise - Listening (2) 18. Rites of Passage Exercise - The Elements 19. Consolidating Change Exercise - Working with Peers SECTION IV - practice 20. Discerning Exercise - Creative Thinking (2) 21. Co-creating Exercise - Questioning 22. Emptying Exercise - Shifting the Pattern 23. Awakening

Portrait

Allan Kaplan is the Executive Director of the Community Development Resource Association (CDRA) in Cape Town, South Africa. He has been an organisation development consultant since the mid-1980s, specialising in working with NGOs and community-based organisations across Southern and East Africa, as well as in Europe. He is the author of The Development Practitioners' Handbook (Pluto, 1996).
EAN: 9780745310183
ISBN: 0745310184
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: PLUTO PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2002
Seitenanzahl: 240 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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