Globalization, philanthropy, and civil society : projecting institutional logics abroad


Globalization, philanthropy, and civil society : projecting institutional logics abroad

edited by David C. Hammack and Steven Heydemann

(Philanthropic and nonprofit studies)

Indiana University Press, c2009

  • : cloth


Globalization, philanthropy, and civil society

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Includes bibliographical references and index



The essays in this book reflect pioneering efforts to study the global movement of ideas and institutions. They deal with topics of significant contemporary importance: initiatives to address the AIDS epidemic in East Africa; to protect the peoples and ecosystems of the Amazon; to advance the "truth and reconciliation" process in South Africa and in other areas of great conflict; to promote "civil society" in Eastern Europe and Central Asia; to advocate for environmental protection in the United States, Great Britain, Germany, and Japan; and to spread Rotary Clubs and encourage "social entrepreneurship" throughout the world. These essays highlight a wide range of research, paying close attention to the realities of particular situations and to current thinking about general processes.


Foreword: Social Science and Philanthropic Studies by Kenneth Prewitt Acknowledgments Part 1. Introduction 1. Philanthropic Projections: Sending Institutional Logics Abroad / Steven Heydemann and David C. Hammack 2. Nongovernmental Organizations and the Making of the International Community / Akira Iriye Part 2. Projecting Logics 3. Philanthropy and the "Perfect Democracy" of Rotary International / Brendan Goff 4. Social Entrepreneurship: Success Stories and Logic Construction / Michael Lounsbury and David Strang 5. Moral Globalization and Discursive Struggle: Reconciliation, Transitional Justice, and Cosmopolitan Discourse / Jonathan VanAntwerpen Part 3. Contesting Logics 6. Philanthropic Foundations in Russia: Western Projection and Local Legitimacy / John W. Slocum 7. Promoting Civil Society or Diffusing NGOs? U.S. Donors in the Former Soviet Union / Sada Aksartova 8. Dialectics of Patronage: Logics of Accountability at the African AIDS-NGO Interface / Ann Swidler Part 4. Transnational Logics 9. The Political Logic of Institutional Adaptation: NGOs' Strategies Abroad / Elizabeth Bloodgood 10. Exporting Institutional Logics into the Amazon? American and German Efforts to Protect the Ecosystems and Traditional Peoples of the Amazon Basin / Sandra Moog List of Contributors Index

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