CONFERENCE WORKING PAPERS SERIES-
VOLUME IV - Toronto, Ontario, Canada 2004 ________________________________________________________________________
"Contesting Citizenship and Civil Society in a Divided World"
Ryerson University and York University, Toronto, Canada
July 11-14, 2004
Mokbul Morshed Ahmad (BANGLADESH/THAILAND)Roots of Funding, Roots of Trust: The Struggle for Survival and credibility among the Religious NGOs (Non-Governmental Organisations) in Bangladesh
Priya Anand (INDIA)Hindu Diaspora and Religious Philanthropy in the United States
Ingo Bode (GERMANY), Adalbert Evers (GERMANY), and Andreas Schulz (GERMANY)Facing New Challenges. Work Integration Social Enterprises in Germany
Eleanor Brown (USA) and James Ferris (USA)Social Capital and Philanthropy
Ian Bruce (UNITED KINGDOM)Surpluses and Deficits: Some Key Resource Management Dilemmas for Human Services Nonprofits
Caroline Burnley (CANADA), Carol Matthews (CANADA), and Stephanie McKenzie (CANADA)Devolution of Services to Children and Families: The Experience of NPOs in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada
Jacqueline Butcher (MEXICO)Building Citizenship and Voluntary Participation in Mexico: Social and Economic Implications from a National Study
Graeme Chesters (UNITED KINGDOM)Global Complexity and Global Civil Society
Kameshwar Choudhary (INDIA)Global Civil Society, Globalization and Nation-State
Deborah Cook (UNITED KINGDOM)The European Convention and Civil Society: the View from Wales
Anabel Cruz (URUGUAY) and José Luis Espinoza (HONDURAS)Organizaciones de la sociedad civil en Honduras. De la consulta a la participación (Civil Society Organizations in Honduras: From Consultation to Participation)
Grant Curtis (PHILIPPINES)The Asian Development Bank's Cooperation with NGOs and Civil Society
Poornanda Dasegowdanakoplu (INDIA)Expanding Media Market and Shrinking Public Space
Paul Dekker (NETHERLANDS) and Andries van den Broek (NETHERLANDS)Civil Society in Longitudinal and Comparative Perspective: Voluntary Associations, Political Involvement, Social Trust and Happiness in a Dozen Countries
Lisa Diniz (INDIA/CANADA) and Femida Handy (CANADA)Holographic Structures Creating Dynamic Governance for NGOs
Freda Donoghue (IRELAND)The Shifting of Boundaries, Discourses and Relationships between the State and Irish Language Voluntary Organisations
Adalbert Evers (GERMANY)Mixed Welfare Systems and Hybrid Organisations--Changes in the Governance and Provision of Social Services
Melisah Feeney (AUSTRALIA)Organisational innovation in mobilizing resources within Third Sector organizations: uncoiling the complexities
Rosa Maria Fischer (BRAZIL), Maria Cristina Fedato (BRAZIL) and Elidia Maria de Novais Souza (BRAZIL)A Responsabilidade pelo Desenvolvimento
Sebastien Fleuret (FRANCE)Associations et réseaux "institutionnels" de soins en France: concurrence, complémentarité ou indifférence polie? (Nonprofit organizations in the healthcare networks in France: competition, complementarity or polite indifference?
Mary K. Foster (CANADA) and Agnes G. Meinhard (CANADA)Women's Voluntary Organizations: Bridgers, Bonders or Both
Margaret Gibelman (USA) and Jay Sweifach (USA)Acting on Our Values: Do Human Service Professionals Volunteer?
Peter Graefe (CANADA)Welfare Regimes and the Third Sector: Rendering Path Dependency Contingent?
Jenny Green (AUSTRALIA), Bronwen Dalton (AUSTRALIA) and Ann Wunsch (AUSTRALIA)Breaking through Discourse Barriers to Collaboration in Service Provision
Paola Grenier (UNITED KINGDOM) and Karen Wright (USA/UNITED KINGDOM)Social Capital in Britain: An Update and Critique of Hall's AnalysisFiguresTables
Georgina Grosenick (CANADA)Delimiting Democracy? Media Representations of Volunteerism
Baorong Guo (CHINA/USA)The Commercialization of Social Services: Toward an Understanding of Nonprofits in Relation to Government and For-profits
Femida Handy (CANADA) and Meenaz Kassam (CANADA)Women's Empowerment in Rural India
Jenny Harrow (UNITED KINGDOM) and Alan Cripps (UNITED KINGDOM)Merging under Pressure: Chief Executives' and Organisations' Learning from Merger Processes, Events and Outcomes
Scott Helm (USA)Motivation for Social Entrepreneurship: Building an Analytical Framework
Robert D. Herman (USA) and David O. Renz (USA)More Theses on Nonprofit Organizational Effectiveness: Results and Conclusions from a Panel Study
Philip Holden (UNITED KINGDOM) and Nick Wilde (UNITED KINGDOM)Defense or attack? Can soccer clubs help tackle social exclusion?
Lesley Hustinx (BELGIUM) and Frans Lammertyn (BELGIUM)Toward a New Work Society? Predicting Opinions about Flexible Combinations of Paid and Unpaid Work among Flemish Red Cross Volunteers
Edward Jackson (CANADA), Gregory Chin (CHINA/CANADA) and Yixin Huang (CHINA/CANADA)Financing Social-Justice Civil-Society Organizations in China: Strategies, Constraints and Possibilities in Rural Poverty Alleviation
Urs Jäger (SWITZERLAND) and Matthias Mitterlechner (SWITZERLAND)Pulling the Brakes: Strategic Change Practices and Organizational Contradictions in Rapidly Changing Environments
Ishtiaq Jamil (NORWAY) and Roberts Muriisa Kabeba (UGANDA/NORWAY)Building Social Capital in Uganda: The Role of NGOs in Mitigating HIV/AIDS Challenges
Dilip Khankhoje (INDIA), Vaishali D K Kb (INDIA), and Mohit Kumar (INDIA)Advances in Women's Leadership Styles: Implications on Subordinates' Competencies in an NGO ---An Empirical Investigation
Junki Kim (KOREA)Accountability, Governance, and Non-governmental Organizations: A Comparative Study of Twelve Asia-Pacific Nations
Kelly Kollman (USA)Same-sex Unions: The Globalization of an Idea
Nina Kolybashkina (UKRAINE)Reaching the Equilibrium? State-Third Sector Partnership in Social Services Provision: A Case Study Analysis of Current Policies in England and Ukraine
Lalit Kumar (INDIA)Shifting Relationships Between the State and Nonprofit Sector -- Role of Contracts under the New Governance Paradigm
Uday Kumar (INDIA) and T.N. Sreedhara (INDIA)From Passive Participation to Effective Leadership: a Study on the Advances in Women Leadership in Dakshina Kannada, India
Chris Lange (GERMANY)Third-Sector Organizations in the Process of Regional Integration: EU-Enlargement and Social NGOs -- A German Perspective
Carmen Malena (CANADA) with Reiner Forster and Janmejay SinghThe Role of Civil Society in Holding Government Accountable: A Perspective from the World Bank on the Concept and Emerging Practice of "Social Accountability"
Lucas Meijs (NETHERLANDS)Changing the Welfare Mix: Going from a Corporatist to a Liberal Non-profit Regime
Patricia Mendonça (BRAZIL)Decentralization of Social Policies, State and Civil Society Relationships in Brazil: Towards Synergy?
Jill Mordaunt (UNITED KINGDOM) and Shirley Otto (UNITED KINGDOM)Crisis, Failure and Recovery and the Governance of Public and Nonprofit Organizations: the Effects of Participation
Gareth G. Morgan (UNITED KINGDOM) and Marilyn Taylor (UNITED KINGDOM)Funding for Voluntary Sector Infrastructure: A Case Study Analysis
Jenny Onyx (AUSTRALIA) and Bronwen Dalton (AUSTRALIA)Accountability and Advocacy
Tae-kyu Park (KOREA) and Su-Bum Park (KOREA)An Economic Study on Charitable Giving of Individuals in Korea: Some New Findings from 2002 Survey Data
Kirit Patel (UNITED KINGDOM)Capacity Building or Control?
Ruth Phillips (AUSTRALIA)Challenges to NGOs' Legitimacy in Policy Governance in Australia: Addressing the Neo-Liberal Critique
Susan Phillips (CANADA)The Myths of Horizontal Governance: Is the Third Sector Really a Partner?
Elizabeth Reid (USA), Elizabeth Boris (USA), and Andrew Ho (USA)The Scope and Dimensions of U. S. Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Organizations at the Beginning of the 21st Century
Maggie Reid (SCOTLAND) and Kenneth Gibb (SCOTLAND)'Capacity Building' in the Third Sector and the Use of Independent Consultants: Evidence from Scotland
Luciana Rocha de Mendonça (BRAZIL), Christina Fedato (BRAZIL) and Marcelo Tsustsui (BRAZIL)Monitoramento de Alianças Intersetoriais: uma proposta brasileira (Monitoring of Cross-Sector Alliances: A Brazilian Proposal)
Sherida Ryan (CANADA)Initial Trust Formation in an Online Social Action Network
Christina Schwabenland (UNITED KINGDOM)Founders Utopias and Dystopias: The Paradox of Complicity
Katherine Scott (CANADA)Funding Matters: The Impact of Canada's New Funding Regime on Nonprofit and Voluntary Organizations
Ruth Simsa (AUSTRIA)Necessary Sisyphus Work: Work Satisfaction, Workload and Motivation of Employees in Social Service Organizations
Karl Henrik Sivesind (NORWAY) and Per Selle (NORWAY)Is There a Social Democratic Civil Society Regime in the Welfare Field?
Max Stephenson (USA) and Nicole Kehler (USA)Rethinking Humanitarian Assistance Coordination
Winston Tseng (USA)External Dependence and Adaptation of Chinese and Vietnamese Community Based Organizations in the United States
Maria Tysiachniouk (RUSSIA) and Jonathan Reisman (RUSSIA)The Role of Transboundary Environmental NGOs in Building Sustainable Markets
Isabel Vidal (SPAIN) and Núria Claver (SPAIN)The Socio-economic Performance of Spanish Social Enterprises in the Field of Integration by Work
Richard Wamai (KENYA/FINLAND)NGO and Public Health Systems: Comparative Trends in Transforming Health Care Systems in Kenya and Finland
Annette Zimmer (GERMANY) and Birgit Sittermann (GERMANY)Brussels Civil Society