Books in category Social Science – Volunteer Work

  • 1 800 Miles

    1,800 Miles
    Joshua Daniel Phillips

    “We must be actively against instead of passively for sexual violence.” – 1,800 Miles Sexual violence is a cultural issue that will not go away just because we ignore it.

  • The 100 Best Volunteer Vacations to Enrich Your Life

    The 100 Best Volunteer Vacations to Enrich Your Life
    Pam Grout

    From building houses in Appalachia to saving sea turtles in Costa Rica to teaching English in Thailand, this book is a rich resource of ways to use your skills to help out the world and reap some lasting benefits yourself.

  • Advancing Knowledge in ServiceLearning

    Advancing Knowledge in ServiceLearning
    Shelley H. Billig, Georgia Davidson, Karen McKnight Casey, Nicole C. Springer

    The purpose of this series of books is to advance the knowledge in the servicelearning research field. More importantly, this research is to be used to transform the field.

  • Understanding ServiceLearning and Community Engagement

    Understanding ServiceLearning and Community Engagement
    Julie A. Hatcher, Robert G. Bringle

    Chapters in this volume are based on presentations given at the 2010 annual conference of the International Association for Research on Service Learning and Community Engagement held in Indianapolis, IN. The conference theme …

  • Citadel Values II

    Citadel Values II
    Robert Freer

    BODYGUARD UNDER COVER Texas Ranger Alex Markham lands an unusual assignment—protecting an ambassador's daughter on the African savanna.

  • Doctors Without Borders in Ethiopia

    Doctors Without Borders in Ethiopia
    Nyla Jo Jones Hubbard

    This book describes the function of a Doctors Without Borders program at the ground level, at the TB mission they established in eastern Ethiopia during 2001.

  • Heroic Efforts

    Heroic Efforts
    Jennifer Lois

    Heroic Efforts serves as an easy to understand sociological introduction to the ways emotions develop and connect us to our surroundings, as well as to the links between the concept of heroism and other sociological theories such as those …

  • Not by Faith Alone

    Not by Faith Alone
    Julie Adkins, Laurie A. Occhipinti, Tara Hefferan

    This edited collection provides an in-depth ethnographic study of faith-based development organizations in the United States, shining a much needed critical light onto these organizations and their role in the United States by exploring the …

  • Heart of the Nation

    Heart of the Nation
    John M. Bridgeland

    In the process, the book shows how each individual can find his or her own service calling and, in the process, find his or her own happiness.

  • Get Up Get Out And Volunteer

    Get Up, Get Out, And Volunteer!
    Dale Wallenius

    Too few Americans volunteer annually. This inspirational book speaks to all members of the community, from grade-school students to senior citizens, and everyone in between.

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