HSV 413 Methods in Community Organizations

Started on January 1, 1970

3 hours
The organizer’s role in various stages of the problem-solving process is explicated, and factors influencing successful and unsuccessful interventions are examined. Although emphasis is placed on practical problems confronting community planners and organizers today, historical perspectives are reviewed for their significance in understanding current theoretical principles and practices. Delivered as a weekend course on six Saturdays during the semester in which it is offered.