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Elusive Togetherness: Church Groups Trying to Bridge America’s Divisions by Paul Lichterman

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Yet few studies ask how, if at all, civic groups reach out to their wider community. Elusive Togetherness : Church Groups Trying to Bridge America's Divisions. Series Title: Responsibility: Paul Lichterman. Many scholars and citizens alike have counted on civic groups to create broad ties that bind society. Can religious groups--long central in civic America--create broad, empowering social ties in an unequal, diverse society? Inspection copies are only available to verified university faculty. Details Paul Lichterman has been Assistant and Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is now Associate Professor of Sociology and Religion at the University of Southern California. Some hope that faith-based civic groups will spread their reach as government retreats.

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Paul Lichterman

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Written by leading scholars, it develops new conceptions of social critique, new techniques of interpretive analysis, and new concepts for the sociology of democratic practice. Over three years, Paul Lichterman studied nine liberal and conservative Protestant-based volunteering and advocacy projects in a mid-sized American city. Mirami wants to encourage ordinary Milanese to experience Milan in new ways, to upgrade everyday sociability in city life. Some hope that faith-based civic groups will spread their reach as government retreats. This book examines new forms of active citizenship and the actual conditions that hinder social cohesion.

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Lichterman, P.: Elusive Togetherness: Church Groups Trying to Bridge America's Divisions (Paperback and Ebook)

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Honorable Mention for the 2006 Book Award, Section on Sociology of Culture, American Sociological Association Winner of the 2006 Distinguished Scholarly Book Award, Pacific Sociological Association In this detailed analysis of actual interaction in Protestant church groups, Paul Lichterman gives us reason to rethink conventional notions of social capital and the place of religion in civic life. An interview of the authors on the subject of faith leaders organizing for justice Peace Talks Radio, copyright Good Radio Shows, Inc. Yet few studies ask how, if at all, civic groups reach out to their wider community. His work is translated into French, Dutch, and Italian. Yet few studies ask how, if at all, civic groups reach out to their wider community. Some hope that faith-based civic groups will spread their reach as government retreats. Yet few studies ask how, if at all, civic groups reach out to their wider community.

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Many scholars and citizens alike have counted on civic groups to create broad ties that bind society. Counter to long-standing arguments, Lichterman discovered that powerful customs of interaction inside the groups often stunted external ties and even shaped religion's impact on the groups. Over three years, Paul Lichterman studied nine liberal and conservative Protestant-based volunteering and advocacy projects in a mid-sized American city. Can religious groups--long central in civic America--create broad, empowering social ties in an uneq Many scholars and citizens alike have counted on civic groups to create broad ties that bind society. Counter to long-standing arguments, Lichterman discovered that powerful customs of interaction inside the groups often stunted external ties and even shaped religion's impact on the groups. This will be the gold standard against which other studies of religion and community engagement are measured. They must learn new ways of being groups.

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With grants from National Science Foundation and the Spencer Foundation, Paul is studying the different ways that public organizations define and act on housing issues and homelessness. Many scholars and citizens alike have counted on civic groups to create broad ties that bind society. Ultimately, A Shared Future offers a vision for how we might build a future that embodies the ethical democracy of the best American dreams. Choice In this detailed analysis of actual interaction in Protestant church groups, Paul Lichterman gives us reason to rethink conventional notions of social capital and the place of religion in civic life. Can religious groups--long central in civic America--create broad, empowering social ties in an unequal, diverse society? Mirami, in Milan, tries to regenerate public spaces that welcome diverse populations, including recent immigrants.

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Elusive Togetherness

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This will be the gold standard against which other studies of religion and community engagement are measured. Counter to long-standing arguments, Lichterman discovered that powerful customs of interaction inside the groups often stunted external ties and even shaped religion's impact on the groups. Counter to long-standing arguments, Lichterman discovered that powerful customs of interaction inside the groups often stunted external ties and even shaped religion's impact on the groups. His first book, The Search for Political Community Cambridge University Press, 1996 , investigated different styles of grassroots environmentalism in the U. Some hope that faith-based civic groups will spread their reach as government retreats.

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Elusive Togetherness by Paul Lichterman · OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries

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Tracés: Revue de Sciences Humaines. Yet few studies ask how, if at all, civic groups reach out to their wider community. Some hope that faith-based civic groups will spread their reach as government retreats. They must learn new ways of being groups. To create broad civic relationships, groups need more than the right religious values, political beliefs, or resources.

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Elusive togetherness : church groups trying to bridge America's divisions (Book, 2005) [rentsetgo.co]

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They must learn new ways of being groups. Yet few studies ask how, if at all, civic groups reach out to their wider community. My project funded research time during the academic year and a research assistant. Comparing groups, he found that successful bridges outward depend on group customs which invite reflective, critical discussion about a group's place amid surrounding groups and institutions. So how do people pursuing careers in Hollywood's entertainment industry maintain their religious devotion without sacrificing their career goals? This paper shows how cultural entrepreneurs in Milan and Los Angeles try altering public perceptions of what is good and inviting, or not, about their urban locales. Over three years, Paul Lichterman studied nine liberal and conservative Protestant-based volunteering and advocacy projects in a mid-sized American city.

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