Community Development

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ISBN/ISSN: 978-1-93947-610-4

Author(s): Erin Sharpe, Heather Mair, Felice Yuen

Copyright year: 2016

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Community Development: Applications for Leisure, Sport, and Tourism takes up a range of factors affecting the relationship between community development and recreation: planning assumptions and structures, class and racial influences on engagement processes; grassroots approaches; critical consciousness through young adult literature; questions about the relationship between community and economic development; and issues of inclusion, social justice, and community empowerment.

This book initiates a discussion about the ways leisure, sport, and tourism might conceptualize the relationship with community development. It  builds upon existing research and programs; extends or reframes theoretical approaches questions; and posits alternative frameworks for playing with the intersection of community development, leisure, sport, and tourism, while interweaving current theories, ethical frameworks, practices, and critiques relevant to recreation and leisure practitioners and scholars.

The authors have taught at the higher education level. They have explored research interests in the use of arts-based methods to understand how leisure can be used as context for community development, healing, advocacy, and empowerment; the roles of leisure, sport, and tourism in community development, empowerment, and well-being; and relationships between leisure, community, and development.

Part A: Guiding Principles and Theoretical Frameworks

Chapter 1: Community Development in Leisure: Laying the Foundations by Erin Sharpe, Felice Yuen, and Heather Mair

Chapter 2: Community Capacity by David Matarrita-Cascante and Michael Edwards

Chapter 3: Fostering Inclusion and Belonging by Colleen Whyte and Erin Sharpe

Chapter 4: Understanding and Enhancing Citizen Power by Karen Gallant and Erin Sharpe

Chapter 5: Social Capital: The Value of Social Networks in Community by Troy D. Glover

Chapter 6: Space, Place, and Community Development by Amanda Johnson and Felice Yuen

Part B: Community Development Practice

Chapter 7: Community Development Planning Processes: From Understanding to Mobilizing to Sustaining by Heather Mair and Donald G. Reid

Chapter 8: Leadership Roles and Group Facilitation Skills for Community Development by Alan Warner and John Colton

Chapter 9: Working Through Difference: Acknowledging Power, Privilege, and the Roots of Oppression by Stephen Lewis, Rasul Mowatt, and Felice Yuen

Chapter 10: Community-Based Research: Engaging Citizens in Creating Change by Peggy Hutchison, John Lord, and Theron Kramer

Chapter 11: Community Organizing by Rudy Dunlap and Heather Mair

Chapter 12: Compassionate Pedagogy for Reflexive Community Practices by Susan (Sue) M. Arai and Halyna Tepylo

Part C: Contemporary Context and Future Directions

Chapter 13: Recreation, Development, and Youth by Brett D. Lashua

Chapter 14: Sport in the Community: An Overview and Assessment of ‘Sport for Development and Peace’ by Simon C. Darnell

Chapter 15: Community Development and Economic Development: What is the Relationship? by Rhonda Phillips

Chapter 16: Tourism and Community Empowerment: The Case of a Tanzanian Maasai Community by Christine Buzinde and Heather Mair

Chapter 17: An Emergent Case Study of INTERactive: Promoting Intercultural Understanding Using Physical Activity as the Tool by Paula Carr and Wendy Frisby

Chapter 18: Marginalization, Inclusion, and Community Development: What This Means for Women Who Have Spent Time in Prison by Darla Fortune

Chapter 19: The Past and Future of Community Development Through Leisure by Alison M. Pedlar

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