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ABS417 / ABS 417 / Week 1 DQ 2 Social Change Model

ABS417 / ABS 417 / Week 1 DQ 2 Social Change Model

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Week 1 DQ 2 Social Change Model

From Table 3.4 in your text, select two social change models and compare and contrast the similarities and differences between them. Identify their social change tactic, and give examples of representative groups, coalitions, organizations, or entities that exemplify them. Specify the components of successful progressive organizations. Support your comments with references and respond to a minimum of two classmates’ postings
Week 1 DQ 2 Social Change Model

From Table 3.4 in your text, select two social change models and compare and contrast the similarities and differences between them. Identify their social change tactic, and give examples of representative groups, coalitions, organizations, or entities that exemplify them. Specify the components of successful progressive organizations. Support your comments with references and respond to a minimum of two classmates’ postings

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Week 1 DQ 2 Social Change Model

From Table 3.4 in your text, select two social change models and compare and contrast the similarities and differences between them. Identify their social change tactic, and give examples of representative groups, coalitions, organizations, or entities that exemplify them. Specify the components of successful progressive organizations. Support your comments with references and respond to a minimum of two classmates’ postings

Multiracial community power and faith-based model are the two models of social change that I will be comparing with. They both have differences and similarities as both powers actually use power from the administrative department. For their difference, when we say multiracial power, it means that the power of the community is coming from the people hence their unity as

2005). The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is one example of a multiracial community being represented in the government by an organization.one regardless of their differences and diversity is important. & Perea. As for the faith-based power. For the faith-based organization models. . and Central Coast Alliance United for a Sustainable Economy (CAUSE) as well. Other types of multiracial organization are Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN). it is important though to know that each organization should be based on infrastructure. 2008. Metropolitan Interdenominational Church Technical Assistance Network (MICTAN). the examples are the Lutheran Settlement House. the members are being pushed to do well and be harmonious with one another through their beliefs and religion (Rubin & Rubin.38). Regardless of the model of the said organizations. good leadership and members as well as people that support the goals and missions of the org (Hardisty. Gift of Life Donor program and they have been around for quite some time now. p.

New York. & Perea. Inc. A.jeanhardisty. Irene S: (2008)Community Organizing and Development. and Rubin. Pearson Education.html Rubin. Mapping the Progressive Movement.com/essay_mappingtheprogressivemoveme nt. Retrieved from:http://www. Herbert J. .Hardisty.. (2005). NY. J.

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