The Resource The Activists' Handbook : a step-by-step guide to participatory democracy, (electronic resource)

The Activists' Handbook : a step-by-step guide to participatory democracy, (electronic resource)

Label
The Activists' Handbook : a step-by-step guide to participatory democracy
Title
The Activists' Handbook
Title remainder
a step-by-step guide to participatory democracy
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The Activists' Handbook is a powerful guide to social change activism and an essential resource for anyone ready to make a difference. Environmental activist Aidan Ricketts offers a step-by-step guide to starting up or getting involved in grassroots movements. Providing all the essential practical tools, methods and strategies needed for a successful campaign and extensively discussing legal and ethical issues, The Activists' Handbook empowers its readers to effectively promote their cause
Cataloging source
EBLCP
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Ricketts, Aidan
Dewey number
322.4
Index
no index present
LC call number
  • HD30.2
  • KNS1507
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • legal cases and notes
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Environmental law
  • Environmental law
  • Environmental law
  • Political Science
  • Political participation
  • Politics and Government
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Process / Political Advocacy
Label
The Activists' Handbook : a step-by-step guide to participatory democracy, (electronic resource)
Link
http://calgary.lib.overdrive.com/ContentDetails.htm?ID=1557E4DA-4A80-4ED2-8197-DE2DC158F7B9
Instantiates
Publication
Note
4.0 Strategy and community organizations
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • About the author; List of Figures; 2.1 The eight stages of social movements; 3.1 Timelines map; 3.2 Integrated strategy map; 4.1 The Murdoch Rag; 4.2 Campaign questions grid; 4.3 Overall objectives and immediate goals; 4.4 Overall objectives and immediate goals (SOF); 4.5 Corpvale strategic plan; 4.6 Full strategic plan; 4.7 Generic strategic plan; 4.8 Power-holder map; 4.9 Corpvale research planning grid; 4.10 Friends and foes map; 4.11 Generic friends and foes map; 4.12 Timelines map; 5.1 The strategic research cycle; 5.2 Plan your presentation; 5.3 The format for a media release
  • 5.4 Example of a press release6.1 Some national models; 6.2 A presidential system; 6.3 The Westminster system; 6.4 Changing the law and influencing government policy; 7.1 The feedback loop of effective corporate campaigning; 9.1 Sample e-mail alert; 9.2 A simple phone pyramid; 9.3 Example of campaign plan with digital media tools/tactics included; 11.1 Conflict map; 12.1 The making of a lifelong activist; 12.2 Strategic interaction of formal and less formal campaign groups; 12.3 Affinity group decision-making; Introduction: cycles within cycles; Acknowledgements
  • One. Activism, advocacy and the practice of democracyIntroduction; 1.0 Democracy 24/7; 1.1 I disagree with your argument but I support your right to make it; 1.2 Public interest campaigns; 2.0 Life in a liberalist society; 2.1 Liberalism and democracy ... not the same thing; 3.0 Public interest versus vested interest; 3.1 Conflicting public interest perspectives; 3.2 Is my issue a public interest issue?; 3.3 Public interest campaigning in the courts; 3.4 Other ways in which the public interest/vested interest distinctionis important; 4.0 The practice of democracy
  • 4.1 The right to break the law4.2 S tate power and corporate bureaucracy; Conclusion; Two. Building successful social movements; Introduction; 1.0 What is a social movement?; 1.1 Non-violence as a core value; 1.2 Minimum necessary damage to property; 1.3 Adopting a structure that reflects your values; 1.4 Egalitarian structures; 2.0 Believing in the power of social movements; 2.1 Requirements for success of a social movement; 2.2 Eight stages of a social movement; Figure 2.1 The eight stages of social movements; 2.3 The possibility of re-emergent stages; Conclusion
  • Three. Strategy: the art of activismIntroduction; 1.0 Public interest strategy; 1.1 Alignment with strategic focus; 1.2 Articulation of the public interest; 2.0 Planning for flexibility: plan for the unexpected; 2.1 Anticipating backlash; 2.2 Anticipating internal organizational instability; 2.3 Anticipating disruptive events and developments; 3.0 Timelines and persistence; 3.1 Using a campaign calendar; Figure 3.1 Timelines map; 3.2 Picking your moment; 3.3 Plan your campaign in stages; 3.4 Persistence is its own reward; 3.5 Valuing acquired campaign experience
Control code
ocn781615037
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (290 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781780324135
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Other control number
9786613519962
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
351996
System control number
(OCoLC)781615037
Label
The Activists' Handbook : a step-by-step guide to participatory democracy, (electronic resource)
Link
http://calgary.lib.overdrive.com/ContentDetails.htm?ID=1557E4DA-4A80-4ED2-8197-DE2DC158F7B9
Publication
Note
4.0 Strategy and community organizations
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • About the author; List of Figures; 2.1 The eight stages of social movements; 3.1 Timelines map; 3.2 Integrated strategy map; 4.1 The Murdoch Rag; 4.2 Campaign questions grid; 4.3 Overall objectives and immediate goals; 4.4 Overall objectives and immediate goals (SOF); 4.5 Corpvale strategic plan; 4.6 Full strategic plan; 4.7 Generic strategic plan; 4.8 Power-holder map; 4.9 Corpvale research planning grid; 4.10 Friends and foes map; 4.11 Generic friends and foes map; 4.12 Timelines map; 5.1 The strategic research cycle; 5.2 Plan your presentation; 5.3 The format for a media release
  • 5.4 Example of a press release6.1 Some national models; 6.2 A presidential system; 6.3 The Westminster system; 6.4 Changing the law and influencing government policy; 7.1 The feedback loop of effective corporate campaigning; 9.1 Sample e-mail alert; 9.2 A simple phone pyramid; 9.3 Example of campaign plan with digital media tools/tactics included; 11.1 Conflict map; 12.1 The making of a lifelong activist; 12.2 Strategic interaction of formal and less formal campaign groups; 12.3 Affinity group decision-making; Introduction: cycles within cycles; Acknowledgements
  • One. Activism, advocacy and the practice of democracyIntroduction; 1.0 Democracy 24/7; 1.1 I disagree with your argument but I support your right to make it; 1.2 Public interest campaigns; 2.0 Life in a liberalist society; 2.1 Liberalism and democracy ... not the same thing; 3.0 Public interest versus vested interest; 3.1 Conflicting public interest perspectives; 3.2 Is my issue a public interest issue?; 3.3 Public interest campaigning in the courts; 3.4 Other ways in which the public interest/vested interest distinctionis important; 4.0 The practice of democracy
  • 4.1 The right to break the law4.2 S tate power and corporate bureaucracy; Conclusion; Two. Building successful social movements; Introduction; 1.0 What is a social movement?; 1.1 Non-violence as a core value; 1.2 Minimum necessary damage to property; 1.3 Adopting a structure that reflects your values; 1.4 Egalitarian structures; 2.0 Believing in the power of social movements; 2.1 Requirements for success of a social movement; 2.2 Eight stages of a social movement; Figure 2.1 The eight stages of social movements; 2.3 The possibility of re-emergent stages; Conclusion
  • Three. Strategy: the art of activismIntroduction; 1.0 Public interest strategy; 1.1 Alignment with strategic focus; 1.2 Articulation of the public interest; 2.0 Planning for flexibility: plan for the unexpected; 2.1 Anticipating backlash; 2.2 Anticipating internal organizational instability; 2.3 Anticipating disruptive events and developments; 3.0 Timelines and persistence; 3.1 Using a campaign calendar; Figure 3.1 Timelines map; 3.2 Picking your moment; 3.3 Plan your campaign in stages; 3.4 Persistence is its own reward; 3.5 Valuing acquired campaign experience
Control code
ocn781615037
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (290 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781780324135
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Other control number
9786613519962
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
351996
System control number
(OCoLC)781615037

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