Nonprofit Sector 10.6 notes

Nonprofit Sector 10.6 notes - Nonprofit Sector: Overview...

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Nonprofit Sector: Overview and Foundation (INTER-HE 300) Dr. Brian Christens Fall 2011 Date: 10/06/2011 Required Readings: Civil Society, By: Michael Edwards, Chapter 1 (introduction) What’s the big “The Lions of Lagos, the Rotarians of Rawalpindi” By: John Gravois (2011), The Washington Monthly “Lessons of the Jasmine Revolution” By: Sari Hanafi (2011), Al Jazeera “The Arab Spring” By: Rashid Khalidi (2011), The Nation Outline of Class: 2:40-3:40, discussion of Global Democracy 3:40-3:50, snack break 3:50-4:00, five question survey 4:00-4:30, discussion of Civil Society Class Participation, Questions and Feedback from students: Topic: The role of social media in today’s society: Society would have been fine with out it Social media is a bonding tool Great for bonding and bridging, status updates and links are a unique way to connect Instant gratification is the American way, we are allowing it to happen to our children, social media and electronics enable instant gratification but in general it has been around for a while
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2012 for the course INTER HE 112 taught by Professor Surdyk during the Fall '11 term at Wisconsin.

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