5 edition of Leaders, Groups and Coalitions found in the catalog.
December 1, 2001
by Blackwell Publishing Limited
Written in English
|Contributions||Margaret G. Herman (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||210|
My new book, Asymmetric Politics, offers a comprehensive explanation for American party divisions: The Republican Party is the vehicle of an ideological movement while the Democratic Party is a coalition of social groups. Republican leaders prize conservatism and . Prosperity Now identifies key leaders in communities across the country to be our partners in advancing strong and effective programs and policies at all levels of government. These partners are called Prosperity Now’s Community Champions. Community Champions are state, local and native groups that coordinate a network or coalition and are.
Join a Prism Learning Community. Our Prism coalition is a network of LGBTQ+ support groups in each of Teach For America's regions. The Prism coalition mobilizes TFA alumni leaders, staff members, teachers, and community members to support LGBTQ+ students and educators as we collectively work toward educational equity. Coalition definition is - the act of coalescing: union. How to use coalition in a sentence.
We're hardwired to do these things. Such it is with coalitions. So, here's a quote from Frans de Waal, one of the best known primatologists out there. Has a great book called, Chimpanzee Politics. He says, from experience the conflicting partners, the conflicting chimpanzee partners, know on . The network’s core membership includes representatives from the National Youth Climate Coalitions of Australia, Canada, India and Nigeria and the Caribbean Youth Environment Network in addition to activists from the UK, Cameroon, Zambia, Sierra Leone, Singapore and the Maldives.
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Get this from a library. Leaders, groups, and coalitions: understanding the people and processes in foreign policymaking.
[Margaret G Hermann; International Studies Association. Annual Convention]. Leaders, Groups and Coalitions: Understanding the People and Processes in Foreign Policymaking Magaret G. Herman (Editor), Joe Hagan (Editor) ISBN: December Wiley-Blackwell Pages.
Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: This volume synthesizes the literatures on leadership, group dynamics, organizational theory, and coalition politics to demonstrate how the nature of the decision unit shapes foreign policy.
Gunnar Trumbull discusses his new book, "Strength in Numbers," in which he argues that diffuse groups--environmentalists, consumer activists, farmers--wield great influence in many areas of regulation. Power to the People: The Unexpected Influence of Small Coalitions.
Gunnar Trumbull discusses his new book, Strength in Numbers. The Theory of Political Coalitions is an academic book on positive political theory written by the American political scientist William H.
Riker and published in It uses game theory to formalize political theory. In it, Riker deduces the size principle. On its postulates, politicians are proved to form winning, minimal-size coalitions.
The work runs contrary to a previous theory by Author: William H. Riker. In selectorate theory, three groups of people affect leaders. These groups are the nominal selectorate, the real selectorate, and the winning coalition.
The nominal selectorate, also referred to as the interchangeables, includes every person who has some say in choosing the leader (for example, in an American presidential election, this is.
Applied Leadership for Effective Coalitions (PDF, K) Febru ACKNOWLEDGMENTSThe National Council on Disability (NCD) wishes to express its sincere appreciation to Susan Madison, NCD's policy fellow, for her initiative, perseverance.
Coalitions are a flexible way for interest groups to participate in political advocacy. An interest group coalition exists any time two or more autonomous interest groups agree to work. "In this very welcome book Hula addresses a real void in the literature on interest groups by analyzing the general idea of interest coalitions.
While other studies have examined various forms of group interaction in one or more policy domains, Hula sticks to the subject of coalitions with audacity and does so very thoroughly indeedCited by: leaders plan and execute a successful transition to a new lead-ership position.
The intent is to provide a ready reference for all leaders: direct, organizational and strategic. The Army Leader Transitions Handbook offers a methodology to help leaders transition into a new leadership position as effectively and efficiently as possible.
In this book David Karol views parties as coalitions of groups with intense preferences on particular issues managed by politicians. He explains important variations in party position change: the speed of shifts, the stability of new positions, and the extent to which change occurs via adaptation by incumbents.5/5(2).
The Leader-Follower Relationship: Practitioner Observations Larger than life leaders too often define leadership as the Lee Iacocas, Jack Welchs, Warren Buffets, Bill Gates, and Rudy Giulianis. These individuals are the exception, and very few of us possess the qualities these leaders communities, and coalitions linked to various brands.
2 The Role of Business Leaders in Community Sustainability Coalitions 21 but little progress w as made until Andrew Carnegie, t he city’ s best known steel maker, became a con vert to the anti Author: Christine Meisner Rosen.
nominations, legislators do not form legislative long coalitions, but take the simpler path of selling policy piecemeal to private bidders Finally, several studies have found that reorganization of party coalitions on racial issues in the s and 50s sprang from demands of interest groups and activists within the party coalitions Successful leaders have a nose for opportunity and a knack for knowing whom to tap to get things done.
These qualities depend on a set of strategic networking skills that nonleaders rarely possess. For example, leaders in government agencies in China and India used professional and personal networks to build and maintain coalitions of varied interests to promote climate change mitigation.
And among those educational specialists in The Gambia, the book traces the formation of links during earlier shared training and in their first jobs.
When leaders depend on only a few backers to stay in power, they dole out privileges to those people, thereby dissipating their country’s total resources and national growth potential.
On the other hand, leaders who need large coalitions to stay in office implement policies that generally foster growth and political competition over ideas. UNDP Guidelines on Engaging with Faith-Based Organizations and Religious Leaders 4 grassroots organizations.
It is a useful framework for both empowering and engaging civil society to achieve both downstream local development results and upstream policy impact, underscoring that civic engagement is intrinsic to the work of UNDP.
The Art of Coalition Building: A Guide for Community Leaders is a timeless and valuable resource manual, a significant accomplishment in an era where the differing needs of special-interest groups seem as urgent as ever.
The book assists organizers and diverse coalitions to move past mistrust, suspicion, and rivalry to identify common ground. Coalitions amplify political power because they can mediate conflicts of interest among various constituencies. Coalitions can articulate a single voice on issues involving the whole community while preserving the distinctive qualities of the various member groups and constituencies.
Coalitions give us the possibility of unity without uniformity. Coalitions are powerful. A coalition is a network of organizations (and sometimes just regular people) that work together to achieve a greater goal.
Here are just a few of the major perks of a strong coalition: More people and groups help to broaden the promotion of events and push messages. A. In this important and original book, R. Douglas Arnold offers a theory that explains not only why special interests frequently triumph but also why the general public sometimes wins.
By showing how legislative leaders build coalitions for both types of programs, he illuminates recent legislative decisions in such areas as economic, tax, and.reason that experienced group leaders leave linear thinking behind and learn to think recursively (circular) and systemically.
Group coalitions, or subsystems, are also important phenomena to observe vides interventions to move the group dynamics in more productive directions.