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Civic Renewal And Inequality

Civic Renewal And Inequality Civic Renewal And Inequality1 William A. Gamson Those who are engaged in this broad project of civic renewal able truths not part of the rhetoric. The face of power it repre2 They have looked can only be grateful to Siriani and Friedland. sents is a non-zero sum conception--power is the ability to around the country and understood the common project that achieve ones goals. Since the weak and the strong may share runs through thousands of local and regional efforts. Since the some common goals, this makes collaborative work possible. visible effects are often below the radar screen of the mass Representatives of a national media outlet, itself owned by a media, it is easy to feel that inch by inch and row by row will corporate conglomerate, can meet with representatives of a coalinever get one to the promised land. The authors validate these tion of Black Churches concerned about the coverage of issues efforts and attempt to articulate the unifying vision that informs in their community, to explore ways of improving coverage. They its practices. can search for ways that will do this without compromising or So what is this "civic innovation?" Drawing on the widely http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Good Society Penn State University Press

Civic Renewal And Inequality

The Good Society , Volume 12 (1) – Dec 2, 2003

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Civic Renewal And Inequality1 William A. Gamson Those who are engaged in this broad project of civic renewal able truths not part of the rhetoric. The face of power it repre2 They have looked can only be grateful to Siriani and Friedland. sents is a non-zero sum conception--power is the ability to around the country and understood the common project that achieve ones goals. Since the weak and the strong may share runs through thousands of local and regional efforts. Since the some common goals, this makes collaborative work possible. visible effects are often below the radar screen of the mass Representatives of a national media outlet, itself owned by a media, it is easy to feel that inch by inch and row by row will corporate conglomerate, can meet with representatives of a coalinever get one to the promised land. The authors validate these tion of Black Churches concerned about the coverage of issues efforts and attempt to articulate the unifying vision that informs in their community, to explore ways of improving coverage. They its practices. can search for ways that will do this without compromising or So what is this "civic innovation?" Drawing on the widely

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Published: Dec 2, 2003

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