The Resource Case studies of nonprofit organizations and volunteers, edited by Jennifer Mize Smith, Michael W. Kramer

Case studies of nonprofit organizations and volunteers, edited by Jennifer Mize Smith, Michael W. Kramer

Label
Case studies of nonprofit organizations and volunteers
Title
Case studies of nonprofit organizations and volunteers
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jennifer Mize Smith, Michael W. Kramer
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
658/.048
Index
index present
LC call number
HD62.6
LC item number
.C268 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Case studies of nonprofit organizations and volunteers, edited by Jennifer Mize Smith, Michael W. Kramer
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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  • mel
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Elizabeth A. Williams
  • ch. Three
  • Can This Collaboration Be Saved?
  • Claudia Petrescu
  • ch. Four
  • Splitting the Baby: Collaborative Decision Making in Interpersonal and Organizational Crisis
  • Tim Huffman
  • ch. Five
  • (Not) Fulfilling the Promise: Susan G. Komen for the Cure in Crisis
  • R. Nicholas Gerlich
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Section Two
  • Staff Challenges: Stress, Ethics, and Dissent
  • ch. Six
  • "I Don't Know Where My Job Ends": Workplace Stress and Social Support in Domestic Violence Prevention
  • Adrianne Kunkel
  • ch. Seven
  • Stress and Burnout in a Small Nonprofit Organization
  • John Oetzel
  • ch. Eight
  • Challenges in Volunteer Management: Does It Really Have to Be This Hard?
  • ch. One
  • Lacy G. McNamee
  • ch. Nine
  • The Ethics of Marketing the Marginalized: A Case Study of Heifer International
  • Robin Patrie Clair
  • ch. Ten
  • "True Believer's "Blues: Betrayal, Hypocrisy, and Mission Drift in Nonprofit Work
  • Sherianne Shuler
  • Section Three
  • Boards of Directors: Managing Roles, Decisions, and Stakeholders
  • ch. Eleven
  • An Introduction to Nonprofit Organizations and Volunteers
  • Joining a New Nonprofit Board of Directors: Beginning with the Strategic Plan
  • Alan Hansen
  • ch. Twelve
  • Hope for the Future
  • Joanne M. Marshall
  • ch. Thirteen
  • Meeting Madness
  • Jessica Katz Jameson
  • ch. Fourteen
  • The Choice
  • Michael W. Kramer
  • Michael W. Kramer
  • ch. Fifteen
  • To Participate or Not to Participate: Parents, Teachers, and Students in a Geographically Dispersed High School
  • Michelle T. Violanti
  • Section Four
  • Volunteer Experiences: Motivation, Identity, and Balance
  • ch. Sixteen
  • Really Helping? Understanding Volunteerism in a Tornado Relief Effort
  • Alaina C. Zanin
  • ch. Seventeen
  • Section One
  • Facing Identity Questions during Organizational Change
  • Jane Stuart Baker
  • ch. Eighteen
  • Communicating Commitment: Volunteer Retention at Parents First
  • Kirstie McAllum
  • Section Five
  • International Volunteering: Training, Acculturation, and Identity
  • ch. Nineteen
  • Cross-Cultural Engagement and the Effectiveness of Overseas NPOs: Peace Corps Volunteers in Gambia
  • May Hongmei Gao
  • Executive Director Dilemmas: Change, Collaboration, and Crisis
  • ch. Twenty
  • Learning by Doing: Medical Volunteerism in India
  • Christopher J. Koenig
  • Section Six
  • Fundraising as a Profession: Socialization and Loyalty
  • ch. Twenty-One
  • The New Girl
  • Jessica Martin Carver
  • ch. Twenty-Two
  • Working Hard for Less Money?: Fundraisers, Loyalty, and Employee Retention
  • ch. Two
  • Jessica M. Rick
  • Section Seven
  • Corporate Partners: Employee Giving and Volunteering at Work
  • ch. Twenty-Three
  • Employee Volunteerism Programs and Community Engagement: Commitment, Identification, and Impact
  • Steven K. May
  • ch. Twenty-Four
  • Discursive Closure in Workplace Giving: Is There a Better Way to Encourage Charitableness at Work?
  • Jennifer Mize Smith
  • Section Eight
  • Leading Change: An Examination of Communication Practices Aimed at Organizational Change
  • Client Connections: Serving Stigmatized Out-Groups
  • ch. Twenty-Five
  • Social Media and Online Gaming: Strengthening Ties between Donors and Clients
  • Ganer L. Newman
  • ch. Twenty-Six
  • Volunteering with the Unemployed in the Age-Old Search for Work
  • Angela N. Gist
Control code
ocn881665928
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 209 pages
Isbn
9781433126901
Isbn Type
(hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2014042553
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
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System control number
  • (OCoLC)881665928
  • md3354556x

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