Generation Next: Becoming Socially Enterprising by Susanna ChamberlainGeneration Next: Becoming Socially Enterprising by Susanna Chamberlain

Generation Next: Becoming Socially Enterprising

EditorSusanna Chamberlain, Kerrie Foxwell-Norton, Heather Anderson

Paperback | July 30, 2014

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Generation Next: Becoming Socially Enterprising is a book for first year students taking a course on social enterprise or Social Entrepreneurship from an arts and humanities perspective. It explores the key themes of social justice, human rights and cultural awareness and provides an overview of issues, theories and practical knowledge that enable students to understand the world of the 21st century and to be equipped to participate as active citizens. The book is organised around three key questions: Why should I care?, What could I do?, and What should I know? It helps students explore their own responses to the challenges of the 21st century, as well as provide knowledge and a practical sense of what might be achievable. Case studies and interviews throughout the book help illustrate some of the principles discussed, as well as show examples of the possibilities of social enterprise.
Dr Susanna Chamberlain is a Lecturer in the School of Humanities at Griffith University. Dr Kerrie Foxwell-Norton is a Lecturer at Griffith University in the areas of Social Enterprise and Journalism, Media and Communication. Heather Anderson is a Research Fellow at the University of Queensland and recently joined the Centre ...
Title:Generation Next: Becoming Socially EnterprisingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 9.65 × 7.48 × 0.03 inPublished:July 30, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0195527895

ISBN - 13:9780195527896


Table of Contents

SECTION 1: WHY SHOULD I CARE?1: Human Rights in the Twenty-first CenturyCase Study: DP, Refugee, Asylum Seeker, Queue Jumper, Immigrant?2: Our EnvironmentCase Study: An Interview with Tim Silverwood3: Social Justice and Social Inclusion: A Quest for EquityCase Study: Creating 'Justice Teams': Unearthing Young People's Skills in Responding to Racism4: Leadership with a ConscienceCase Study: Serving Music and the Community: The Australian Chamber OrchestraSECTION 2: WHAT COULD I DO?5: A Bridge over the Chasm: Social Enterprise and the Third WayCase Study: Teaching and Learning the Dynamics of Change6: Exploring the Third Sector of SocietyCase Study: The United Muslim Women Association (MWA)7: Social Entrepreneurship: The Interplay of Altruism, Materialism and Entrepreneurialism8: Organising Practice: Governance of the Third SectorCase Study: 4ZZZ Community Radio: A Story of Growing Up and Making Decisions9: The Rocky Road of Social Policy or 'What Happens Behind the Scene?'Case Study: HEISTeGallery: A Case Study of Inclusive Disability Arts EnterpriseSECTION 3: WHAT SHOULD I KNOW?10: The Future of a Fourth Sector11: Critical Cultural Awareness12: Social Enterprise and Community Practice: Partners in Social Change13: Community Development and International AidCase Study: Pt Rekan Usaha Mikro Anda (PT RUMA): A Successful Story of an Indonesian Social Enterprise14: Globalisation and Local Impacts