by Unemployment and Underemployment Institute, Southern University and A & M College in Baton Rouge, LA .
Written in English
|Statement||by Leodrey Williams.|
|Series||Staff papers series ;, no. 112-76|
|LC Classifications||HM141 .W517|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||77620628|
Community leadership often utilises tacit knowledge, such as the ability to network, seek resources and spot local talent for projects’ benefit. Intermediaries could work closely with community leaders and utilise their position as ‘middle actors’. Community leaders can aid processes of voicing expectations, learning and networking in Cited by: The most effective community development requires building relationships among people. How we do things is as important, and sometimes more important, than what we do. Our involvement does make a difference. Community Development Perspective. We view communities and community-based issues from a complex, holistic perspective. Participation, on its own, is a necessary component of community development in that it helps support the community members involved as they make decisions.6 It's not just their peers and leaders that they're supporting during the process by participating, but their own decisions as a member of the community. Participation allows a person to. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT APPROACHES 51 nia, members of a REACH community worked with the city council to establish a moratorium on new fast-food restaurants in south central Los Angeles. When you mobilize communities, Giles said, they are empowered to approach policy makers about these issues.
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