Empowerment Congress Leadership Institute Recommended Reading (2013)

///Empowerment Congress Leadership Institute Recommended Reading (2013)

Empowerment Congress Leadership Institute Recommended Reading (2013)

Journal Articles

Bass, B.M., and Steidlmeier, P. 1999. Ethics, character, and authentic transformational
leadership behavior.The Leadership Quarterly, 10, pp. 181–217.

Baston, D.C. 1994. Why Act for the Public Good?  Four Answers. Personality and
Social Psychology Bulletin
, 20:603-610.

Bazemore, G., Nissen, L., and Dooley, M. 2000. Mobilizing Social Support and Building Relationships: Broadening Correctional and Rehabilitative Agendas. Corrections Management Quarterly, 4(4):10-21.

Bazemore, G., and Stinchcomb, J. 2004. Civic Engagement Model of Reentry: Involving
Community through Service and Restorative Justice. 68 Fed. Probation 14

Bingham, L. B., Nabatchi, T., & O’Leary, R. 2005. The new governance: practices and
processes for stakeholder and citizen participation in the work of government.
Public Administration Review, 65(5), 547–558.

Byrne, J. M. 1989. Reintegrating the concept of community into community-based
corrections. Crime and Delinquency 35(3): 473,487.

Ebdon, C., & Franklin, A. L. 2006. Citizen participation in budgeting theory. Public
         Administration Review, 66(3), 437–447.

Johnson, Pamela J. (2011, June 23). Pillar of Empowerment. USC Dornsife Magazine.

Ridley-Thomas, M. 2007. Ethos of Empowerment.

Ridley-Thomas, M., Pastor, M., and Kwoh, S. 1989. The ‘New Majority’ Wants Its Share
– Los Angeles: Putting aside their differences could mean prosperity for the
African American, Latino and Asian communities. But can they meet the
challenge? Los Angeles Times, Metro Page B-7.

Robbins, M. D., Simonsen, B., & Feldman, B. (2008). Citizens and resource allocation:
improving decision making with interactive web-based citizen participation. Public Administration Review, 68 (3), 564–575.

Roberts, N. (1997). Public deliberation: an alternative approach to crafting policy and
setting direction. Public Administration Review, 57(2), 124–132.

Spears, Larry C. “Practicing Servant-Leadership” Leader to Leader. 34 (Fall 2004)7-11.

Sun, P., and Anderson, M. 2012. Civic capacity: Building on transformational leadership
to explain successful integrative public leadership. The Leadership
Quarterly
,Volume 23, Issue 3, June 2012, Pages 309–323.

Yang, K., & Callahan, K. (2007). Citizen involvement efforts and bureaucratic
responsiveness: Participatory values, stakeholder pressures, and administrative
practicality. Public Administration Review, 67(2), 249–264.

Books and Book chapters

Abdullah, Melina and Regina Freer. 2008. “Towards a Womanist Leadership Model:
Electoral/Grassroots Partnerships in Black California,” in Racial and Ethnic Politics
in California.
2nd Edition. Jaime Regalado and Sandra Bass (eds.), Berkeley:
Institute for Governmental Studies Press.

Bell, Judith and Mary Lee. 2011. Why Place and Race Matter: Impacting Health Through a Focus on Race and Place. Executive Summary. PolicyLink.

Chrislip, D., and Larson, C. 1994. Collaborative leadership: How citizens and civic
leaders can make a difference. 
Jossey-Bass, San Francisco.

California Community Economic Development Association. 2011. Community Action Partnership Social Enterprises Toolkit. Community Action Partnership.

Independent Sector. 2012. Beyond the Cause: The Art and Science of Advocacy. Washington, DC: Independent Sector.

King, Jr., Dr. Martin Luther. 1963. Strength to Love.

Leighninger, M., and Mann, B.C. 2012. Planning for Stronger Local Democracy: A Field Guide for Local Officials. Washington, DC: National League of Cities.

Pranis, K. (2001). “Restorative Justice, Social Justice, and the Empowerment of
Marginalized Populations.” In G. Bazemore and M. Schiff (Eds.), Restorative
Community Justice: Repairing Harm and Transforming Communities
. Cincinnati,
OH: Anderson Publishing.

Putnam, Robert D. (2000). Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American
Community
. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Rheingold, Howard. 2008. “Using Participatory Media and Public Voice to Encourage
Civic Engagement.” Civic Life Online: Learning How Digital Media Can Engage
Youth.
  Edited by W. Lance Bennett. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur
Foundation Series on Digital Media and Learning. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press,
2008. 97–118.

Rhine, Edward, John R. Matthews, Lee A. SampsonRicketts, Aidan. 2012. The Activist’s
Handbook: A Step-By-Step Guide to Participatory Democracy.
Zen Books.

Rockeymoore, Maya. 2004. The Political Action Handbook: A How-To Guide for the Hip Hop Generation. Fourth Generation Press.

Sen, Rinku. 2003. Stir It Up: Lessons in Community Organizing and Advocacy. San Francisco: Jossey Bass.

Sirianni, Carmen. 2009. Investing in Democracy: Engaging Citizens in Collaborative Governance. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press. 306 pp.

Vandeventer, Paul, and Mandell, Myrna. Networks that Work: A Practitioner’s Guide to Managing Networked Action. Los Angeles, CA: Community Partners.  

Walzer, Norman and Gisele Ham (eds.). 2012. Community Visioning Programs: Processes and Outcomes. New York: Routledge.

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