Community Development : Applications for Leisure, Sport, and Tourism.
- Champaign, IL : Sagamore Publishing, L.L.C., 2016.
1 online resource (254 pages)
- Electronic books.
Half title page
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part A: Guiding Principles and Theoretical Frameworks
1 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN LEISURE: LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS
The Loss and Revival of Community
Development as a Process
Understanding Community Development as a Field of Practice
Where the Book Goes from Here
2 COMMUNITY CAPACITY
Definitions of Community Capacity
Dimensions of Community Capacity
Community Capacity in La Fortuna, Costa Rica
On the Relation Between Community Capacity and Leisure
Leisure and the Dimensions of Capacity Building
Leisure as the Context for Building Community Capacity in Ashe County, North Carolina, USA
3 FOSTERING INCLUSION AND BELONGING
Key Concepts: Inclusion and Belonging
Appreciating Inclusion and Belonging within Community Development
Belonging and Inclusion: An Enduring Partnership
Contributing to Inclusion and Belonging: Elements of Individual and Community Fit
Adopting a Critical Lens: Critiques of Belonging
Nurturing Inclusion and Belonging through Leisure: Reflections for CDPractitioners
4 UNDERSTANDING AND ENHANCING CITIZEN POWER
What is Citizen Power?
Why is Citizen Power Important?
Enablers and Inhibitors of Citizen Power
Working to Build Citizen Power: Challenges and Issues
Moving forward: Reconciling the Challenges of Invited Participation
5 SOCIAL CAPITAL:THE VALUE OF SOCIAL NETWORKS IN COMMUNITY
Why Social Networks Matter
Understanding How Social Capital Works: A Micro Level Understanding
Issues of Access to and Returns of Social Capital
Why Social Capital is Relevant to Community Development
6 SPACE, PLACE, AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
What is Space and Place?
Public Spaces in Community Development
Third Places in Community Development
Enhancing Leisure Spaces and Places for Community Development
Part B:Community Development Practice
7 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING PROCESSES: FROM UNDERSTANDING TO MOBILIZING TO SUSTAINING
Basic Principles of Community Development and Planning
Leisure, community development and social transformation: The Karen Walk Neighbourhood
Theories and Approaches to Planning
The Power of the Planner
Final thoughts: Process! Process! Process!
8 LEADERSHIP ROLES AND GROUP FACILITATION SKILLS FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Leader as Host Rather than Hero
Concepts and Characteristics of the Leader as Host
Strategies for Facilitating Learning and Action in Communities
The Ingredients and Challenges of Effective Group Processes
Core Facilitator Tasks
Basic Facilitation Skills
9 WORKING THROUGH DIFFERENCE: ACKNOWLEDGING POWER, PRIVILEGE, AND THE ROOTS OF OPPRESSION
The Roots of Oppression
Whiteness in Recreation, Leisure, and Sport
Intersectionality within our Communities
Becoming Agents of Change
Conclusion: Your Personal Manifesto
10 COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH: ENGAGING CITIZENS IN CREATING CHANGE
What is Community-Based Research (CBR)?
How Does CBR Support Community Development?
Implementing a CBR Project-Steps to Consider
Conclusion: CBR-CD and Community Change
11 COMMUNITY ORGANIZING
Community Organizing: Introduction and Scope
Models of Community Organizing
A Brief History of Community Organizing
Organizing for Leisure, Sport, and Tourism.
Leisure as a Context for Community Organizing
Conclusion: Lessons for the CD practitioner
12 COMPASSIONATE PEDAGOGY FOR REFLEXIVE COMMUNITY PRACTICES
Compassionate Pedagogy in the Context of Teaching Community Practices
Risking Vulnerability and Winessing as a Path to Knowing
Cultivating Compassion-Witnessingand Serving as a Foundation to (Inter)connection
Embracing Shame and Suffering, Awakening to the Full Catastrophe of Community
Toward Heartful and Emotional Relationships of Power
A Final Reflection from Halyna
Part C: Contemporary Context and Future Directions
13 RECREATION, DEVELOPMENT, AND YOUTH
Introduction: Reading Recreation
Young Adult Fiction
A Brief History of the Social Construction of 'Youth'
Gone: Youth, Recreation and Community Development in an Adult-Free World
Going But not Gone: Youth Recreation Models and Young Adult Literature
14 SPORT IN THE COMMUNITY: AN OVERVIEW AND ASSESSMENT OF 'SPORT FOR DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE'
What is 'Sport for Development and Peace'?
Research in SDP: Do SDP Programs Make a Difference?
15 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP?
What Does Economics have to Do with This?
What's Economic Development?
Community Development, As if People Mattered . . .
Bridging Community and Economic Development
So What About CED (Community Economic Development)?
16 TOURISM AND COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT: THE CASE OF ATANZANIAN MAASAI COMMUNITY
CASE STUDY: Cultural Empowerment: Implementing Cultural Bomas
17 AN EMERGENT CASE STUDY OF INTERactive: PROMOTING INTERCULTURAL UNDERSTANDING USING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AS THE TOOL
Interactive's Foundations and Emergent Community Development Processes
Interactive's Co-Created Activities
Stories of Change and Future Directions
18 MARGINALIZATION, INCLUSION, AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: WHAT THIS MEANS FOR WOMEN WHO HAVE SPENT TIME IN PRISON
The Process and Impact of Marginalization
Deepening Experiences of Marginalization and Exclusion through Incarceration
How Can Community Development Guide Inclusion?
Key Learnings I Have Gleaned from Community Pevelopment principles
Recognizing Leisure as a Vehicle for Inclusion
19 THE PAST AND FUTURE OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH LEISURE
An Emergent Consciousness-Raising
Intersection of Social Justice, Recreation, and Community Development
Reflecting on the Past and a Hopeful Future in Community Development
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- Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
- Mair, Heather.
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