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ERIC Number: ED449355
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 230
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-1-85649-702-X
ISSN: N/A
A Future for the Excluded. Job Creation and Income Generation by the Poor: Clodomir Santos de Morais and the Organization Workshop.
Carmen, Raff, Ed.; Sobrado, Miguel, Ed.
This book, translated from Spanish, contains 20 chapters by various authors examining and expanding on the work of Clodomir Santos de Morais in educating and empowering the poor, mostly in Latin America, for entrepreneurship. One of the chapters is by de Morais. The following are included, organized in four sections: "Those Who Don't Eat and Those Who Don't Sleep" (Raff Carmen and Miguel Sobrado); "Clodomir Santos de Morais: The Origins of the Large-Scale Capacitation Theory and Method" (Miguel Sobrado); "The Large Group Capacitation Method and Social Participation: Theoretical Considerations" (Clodomir Santos de Morais); "From Paulo Freire to Clodomir Santos de Morais: From Critical to Organizational Consciousness" (Jacinta Castelo Branco Correia); "From Navvies to Entrepreneurs: The OW [Organization Workshop] in Costa Rica" (Miguel Sobrado); "Sacked Agricultural Workers Take on the Multinationals in Honduras" (Benjamin Erazo); "The Mexican Experience" (Juan Jose Rojas Herrera); "The OW in Panama, Columbia, Venezuela, Ecuador and Peru" (Miguel Sobrado); "Three Decades of Work with OWs in Latin America" (Lepoldo Sandoval); "'Doing Enterprises' in Wartime and Post-War Mozambique" (Isabel Labra and Ivan Labra); "In Angola, Guinea Bissau and Sao Tome e Principe" (Paulo Roberto da Silva); "Hard Learning in Zimbabwe (SADET) and in Post-Civil War Mozambique" (Isabel Labra and Ivan Labra); "Organization Development (OD) and the Moraisean OW in South Africa and Botswana" (Gavin Andersson); "The Potential of the OW in the Former Soviet Bloc Countries and in Economies in Crisis" (Miguel Sobrado); "Post-Salazar Portugal: The First European SIPGEI (Social Participation System for the Identification of Job and Income Generation Projects)" (Isabel Labra and Ivan Labra); "The Crisis of Work and the Welfare Reform Plans in Western Countries" (Raff Carmen); Section IV: From Local OWs to National Employment-Generation Systems: "The Brazilian PROGEI-SIPGEIs (employment and income generating projects) of the 1980s and 1990s" (Jacinta Castelo Branco Correia); "The PAE and the Self-Employment Project in Brazil" (Walter Barelli); "The OW and Civil Society in Brazil" (Jacinta Castelo Branco Correia); and "The OW's Potential: Concluding Observations" (Miguel Sobrado). The book includes a selected bibliography listing 97 works by and about Clodomir Santos de Morais. (KC)
St. Martin's Press, Scholarly and Reference Division, 175 Fifth Avenue, New York NY 10010; Tel 212-982-3900 or 800-221-7945 ext. 270 (Toll Free); Fax 212-777-6359; E-mail: RoseAnn Romeo (roseann.romeo@stmartins.com); Web site: http://www.stmartins-scholarly.com (ISSN: 1-85649-702-X (cloth) $69.95; ISBN: 1-85649-703-8 (paper) $25).
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Policymakers; Practitioners; Researchers
Language: English
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