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The organization of hope : communities planning themselves / Howell S. Baum.

By: Baum, Howell SMaterial type: TextTextSeries: SUNY series on urban public policyPublication details: Albany, NY : State University of New York Press, ©1997. Description: 1 online resource (xii, 318 pages) : mapContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 058507545X; 9780585075457; 9780791431931; 0791431932; 9780791431948; 0791431940; 0791496007; 9780791496008Subject(s): Communities -- Case studies | Community organization -- Case studies | Community organization -- Maryland -- Baltimore | Jews -- Maryland -- Baltimore | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- City Planning & Urban Development | Communities | Community organization | Jews | Maryland -- BaltimoreGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. | Case studies. | Case studies. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Organization of hope.DDC classification: 307.1 LOC classification: HM131 | .B3754 1997ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Front Matter -- Front Cover -- Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication Page -- Table Of Contents -- PREFACE -- Contents -- The Question of Community -- Introduction -- The Baltimore Jewish Community, The Associated, and Strategic Planning -- Southeast Baltimore, the South East Community Organization, and Southeast Community Planning -- Community, Identity, and Planning -- Setting Community Boundaries -- Setting Jewish Community Boundaries: The Affiliated and the Unaffiliated -- Permeable Southeast Boundaries: Dumping, Loss, and the Decline of Ethnicity.
Establishing the Boundaries: Investing and Regenerating -- Defining Good Community Membership -- Defining the Jewish Community and Good Membership: The Orthodox and Non-Orthodox -- The Orthodox, the Non-Orthodox, and Strategic Planning: The Case of Jewish Education -- Consensus Decision Making -- Defining Good Membership in Southeast Baltimore: Good-Heartedness, Homeownership, and the Problem of Race -- Homeownership and Community Preservation -- Managing Resources -- Resources in the Jewish Community: The Wealthy and the Nonwealthy -- Setting Community Priorities.
Other People's Money: The Challenges of Implementation in Southeast -- Continuing the Community -- Continuing the Jewish Community: Older Generations and Younger Generations -- Continuing the Southeast Community: Old-Timers, Newcomers, and Schools -- Community, Organizations, Planning, and the City -- Community Identities -- Community Organizations Planning for Community -- Communities and the City -- Back Matter -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- INDEX -- Back Cover.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 301-308) and index.

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Front Matter -- Front Cover -- Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication Page -- Table Of Contents -- PREFACE -- Contents -- The Question of Community -- Introduction -- The Baltimore Jewish Community, The Associated, and Strategic Planning -- Southeast Baltimore, the South East Community Organization, and Southeast Community Planning -- Community, Identity, and Planning -- Setting Community Boundaries -- Setting Jewish Community Boundaries: The Affiliated and the Unaffiliated -- Permeable Southeast Boundaries: Dumping, Loss, and the Decline of Ethnicity.

Establishing the Boundaries: Investing and Regenerating -- Defining Good Community Membership -- Defining the Jewish Community and Good Membership: The Orthodox and Non-Orthodox -- The Orthodox, the Non-Orthodox, and Strategic Planning: The Case of Jewish Education -- Consensus Decision Making -- Defining Good Membership in Southeast Baltimore: Good-Heartedness, Homeownership, and the Problem of Race -- Homeownership and Community Preservation -- Managing Resources -- Resources in the Jewish Community: The Wealthy and the Nonwealthy -- Setting Community Priorities.

Other People's Money: The Challenges of Implementation in Southeast -- Continuing the Community -- Continuing the Jewish Community: Older Generations and Younger Generations -- Continuing the Southeast Community: Old-Timers, Newcomers, and Schools -- Community, Organizations, Planning, and the City -- Community Identities -- Community Organizations Planning for Community -- Communities and the City -- Back Matter -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- INDEX -- Back Cover.

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