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Riassunto: This curriculum enables facilitated groups of human services providers, families, educators, policymakers, business people, law enforcement, and others to initiate and sustain a community empowerment process in order to create a democratic environment in a community or institution.
L'autore: Don Barr has been a professor at Cornell University's College of Human Ecology since 1971. Previously he taught at the University of Michigan and in elementary, middle, and secondary schools in Ohio and Indiana.
His publications include: Higher Education and Its Role in Perpetuating Racism, Empowerment and Family Support (edited by Moncrief Cochran), Embracing Multiculturalism:The Existing Contradictions, and Counseling as a Form of Social Control.
Dr. Barr has led numerous workshops and educational programs, including teaching for National Teacher Corps; the Summer Institute for the University of Victoria, Canada, and UNICEF; Early Childhood Program Development; and the National Executive Service Corps in New York City. He has been a consultant to Partners in Public Policy, the Akwesasne School District on the Akwesasne Indian Reservation, and many others.
He has received several community service and teaching awards, including the National Danforth Teaching Award, the Distinguished Teaching Award for the College of Human Ecology, and the key to the city of Cincinnati, Ohio, for his empowerment work with low-income families. In addition, Dr. Barr has been a community activist fighting for social and economic justice for over 30 years.
Titolo: Transforming Power
Casa editrice: Xlibris Corp
Data di pubblicazione: 2000
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro Condizione libro: Brand New. Book Condition: Brand New. Codice libro della libreria 97807388277591.0
Descrizione libro Xlibris Corp. Paperback. Condizione libro: Very Good. Ex-Library Book - will contain Library Markings. Very good condition book with only light signs of previous use. Codice libro della libreria G0738827754I4N10