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The War on Poverty in Britain: Documents from the Community Development Projects
- Hyatt, Susan B. "Poverty Warriors: Tales from Britain's War on Poverty," IU School of Liberal Arts Sabbatical Speaker Series, October 8, 2013. (YouTube video)
- Bibliography of Secondary Sources on the CDP
Provided by Professor Gary Craig
Alcock, P. (2005) ‘”Maximum Feasible Understanding”’—Lessons from Previous Wars on Poverty’, Social Policy and Society (3): 321-329.
Atkinson, R. (2003) ‘Addressing urban social exclusion through community involvement in urban regeneration’, in Imrie, R. and Raco, M. (eds.) Urban Renaissance? New Labour, Community and Urban Policy, Bristol: The Policy Press: 109-119.
Baldock, P. (1977) ‘Why Community Action? The Historical Origins of the Radical Trend in British Community Work’, Community Development Journal 12(2): 68-74.
Baldock, P. (1979) ‘An Historical Review of Community Work 1968-78’, Community Development Journal 14:3:172-181.
Baldock, P. (1980) ‘The origins of community work in the United Kingdom’ in Henderson, P., Jones D. and Thomas, D. N. (eds) The Boundaries of Change in Community Work, London: Allen & Unwin.
Benington, J. and Donnison, D. (1999) ‘New Labour and social exclusion: the search for a Third Way or just Gilding the Ghetto again?’ in H. Dean and R. Woods (eds.) Social Policy Review 11, Luton: Social Policy Association.
Blunkett, D. and Jackson, K. (1987) Democracy in Crisis: The Town Halls Respond, Sheffield: Hogarth Press.
Brent, J. (1997) ‘Community without unity’ in Hoggett, P. (ed.) Contested Communities: Experiences, Struggles, Policies, Bristol: The Policy Press.
Bryson, L. and Mowbray, M. (1981) ‘“Community”: The Spray-on Solution’, Australian Journal of Social Issues 16: 4: 255-67.
Butcher, H., Glen, A., Henderson, P. and Smith, J. (1993) Community and public policy, London: Pluto Press.
Byrne, D. (2005) Social exclusion, Buckingham: Open University Press.
Cain H. and Yuval Davis, N. (1990) ‘The equal opportunities community’, Critical Social Policy, 10 (2).
CDRG (1991) Community Development in Northern. Ireland: Perspectives for the Future, Belfast: Community Development Review Group.
Cochrane, A. (1994) ‘Restructuring the welfare state’, in Burrows, R. and Loader, B. (eds) Towards a post-Fordist welfare state, London: Routledge.
Cockburn, C. (1977) The Local State, London: Pluto Press.
Cooke, I. (1996) ‘Whatever happened to the class of ’68? The Changing Context of Radical Community Work Practice’ in Cooke, I. and Shaw, M. (eds.)(1996) (op.cit.)
Cooke, I. and Shaw, M. (1996) (eds.) Radical Community Work: Perspectives from Practice in Scotland, Edinburgh: Moray House Publications.
Cooper, C. (2008) Community, conflict and the state, Basingstoke: Macmillan.
Cowley, C., Kaye, A., Mayo, M. and Thompson, M. (1977) Community or Class Struggle. London: Stage l.
Craig, G. (1989) ‘Community work and the state’, Community Development Journal, 24 (1): 1-19.
Craig, G. and Mayo, M. (eds.) (1995) Community Empowerment, London: Zed Books.
Craig, G., Derricourt, N. and Loney, M. (eds) (1982) Community Work and the State: Towards a Radical Practice: Community Work Eight. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul in association with the Association of Community Workers.
Craig, G., Mayo, M. and Sharman, N. (eds.) (1979) Jobs and Community Action: Community Work Five, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul in association with the Association of Community Workers.
Craig, G., Popple, K. and Shaw, M. (eds.) (2008) Community development in theory and practice, Nottingham: Spokesman Books.
Craig, G., Mayo, M., Popple, K., Shaw, M. and Taylor, M. (eds.) (2012) The community development reader, Bristol: Policy Press.
Curno, A., Lamming, A., Leach, L., Stiles, J., Ward, V. and Ziff, T. (1982) Women in Collective Action, Newcastle upon Tyne: Association of Community Workers.
Curno, P. (ed.) (1978) Political Issues in Community Work: Community Work Four. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
Dinham, A. (2005) Another deal for what community?, Unpublished PhD, Goldsmiths College, University of London.
Dixon, G., Johnson, C., Leigh, S. and Turnbull, N. (1982) ‘Feminist Perspectives and Practice’ in Craig, G., Derricourt, N. and Loney, M. (eds.), (1982) op. cit.
Dixon, J. (1990) ‘Will politically-inspired community work be evident in the 1990s?’, Community Development Journal, (25) 4: 91-101.
Dominelli, L. (1995) ‘Women in the community: feminist principles and organisation in community work’, Community Development Journal, 30 (2).
Dominelli, L. (2006) Women and Community Action (Revised 2nd edition). Bristol: Policy Press.
Donnison, D. (1993) ‘The challenge of urban regeneration for community development’, Community Development Journal, 28 (4).
Edwards, M. and Gaventa, J. (2001) Global Citizen Action, London: Earthscan.
Frazer, H., Remfry, P. and Williams, G. (1979) ‘Looking Back—A Personal View from Three Practitioners’, Community Development Journal 14(3): 182-191.
Gallacher, A. (1977) ‘Women and Community Work’ in Mayo, M. (ed.) (1977) (op. cit.).
Gallacher, L., Ohri, A. and Roberts, L. (1983) ‘Unemployment and Community Action’, Community Development Journal, 18(1): 2-9.
Green, J. and Chapman, A. (1992) ‘The British Community Development Programme’, Community Development Journal, Vol. 27: 242-258.
Greve, J (1973) ‘The British Community Development Project—some interim comments’, Community Development Journal 8(3):118-125.
Higgins, J. (1980). ‘Unlearnt Lessons from America’, Community Development Journal 15(2):105-109.
Hoggett, P. (ed.) (1997) Contested communities, Bristol: Policy Press.
Jacobs, S. (1994) ‘Community work in a changing world’ in Jacobs, S. and Popple, K. (eds.) Community Work in the 1990s, Nottingham: Spokesman.
Jones, D. and Mayo, M. (eds) (1975) Community Work Two, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
Kraushaar, R. (1982) ‘Structural Problems and Local Responses: The Final Reports of the Local Community Development Projects’, Community Development Journal 17(1): 68-72.
Ledwith, M. (2005) Community Development: A critical approach, Bristol: Policy Press.
Lees, R. and Mayo, M. (1984) Community Action for Change, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
Loney, M. (1981). ‘The British Community Development Projects: Questioning the State’, Community Development Journal 16(1):55-66.
Loney, M. (1983) Community against Government. The British Community Development Project 1968-78: a study of government incompetence. London: Heinemann.
Lovett, T. and Percival, P. (1978) ‘Politics, Conflict and Community Action in N Ireland’, in P. Curno (ed.), (1978) (op. cit.)
Lovett, T., Clarke, C and Kilmurray, A. (1983) Adult Education and Community Action, London: Croom Helm.
Marris, P. and Rein, M. (1967) Dilemmas of Social Reform, New York: Atherton Press.
Mayo (1975) ‘Beyond CDP: reaction and community action’ in Bailey, R. and Brake, M. (eds) Radical Social Work and Practice. London: Edward Arnold.
Mayo, M. (1975b) ‘The History and Early Development of CDP’ in Lees, R. and Smith, G. (eds.), Action Research in Community Development, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
Mayo, M. (1982) ‘Community Action Programmes in the Early Eighties - What Future?’, Critical Social Policy, 1(3): 5-18.
Mayo, M. (ed.) (1977) Women in the Community. Community Work Three, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
Mayo, M. and Jones, D. (eds.) (1974) Community Work One, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
Miller, C. and Bryant, R. (1990) ‘Community work in the UK: Reflections on the 1980s’, Community Development Journal 23 (4): 315-323.
Moynihan, D. (1969) Maximum Feasible Misunderstanding: community action in the War on Poverty, New York: Free Press.
O’Malley, J. (1977) Politics of Community Action, London: Russell.
Oakley, A. (1992) Social Support and Motherhood, Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
ODPM (2005) LSP Evaluation: Interim Report, London: Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.
Ohri, A., Manning, B. and Curno, P. (eds.) (1982) Community Work and Racism: Community Work Seven, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.
Popple, K. (1995) Analysing Community Work: its theory and practice. Buckingham: Open University Press.
Popple, K. (2006) ‘The first forty years of the CDJ’, Community Development Journal, Vol. 43, No. 1: 1-18.
Sharman, N. (1981). ‘Community Work and the Local Economy: The Influence of the Community Development Projects’, 16(2):142-147.
Shaw, M. (2004) Community Work: Policy, Politics and Practice, Hull: Universities of Hull and Edinburgh.
Shaw, M. and Martin, I. (2000) ‘Community work, citizenship and democracy: re-making the connections’, Community Development Journal, 35 (4): 401-404.
Specht, H. (1978) ‘The dilemmas of community work in the United Kingdom: a comment’, Policy and Politics, September.
Taylor, M. (2003) Public Policy in the Community, London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Thomas, D. (1983) The Making of Community Work, London: Geo. Allen and Unwin.
Waddington, P. (1979) ‘Looking ahead – community work into the 1980s, Community Development Journal, 14 (3): 224-234.
Wilson, E. (1977) ‘Women in the Community’ in Mayo, M. (ed.)(1977) (op. cit.).
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