Wednesday, March 14, 2012

NVSQ: February 2012 Issue Available

ARNOVAThe February 2012 issue of the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly is now available online.  Here is the table of contents:

  • Femida Handy, Jeffrey L. Brudney,and Lucas C. P. M. Meijs, From the Editors’ Desk

      Articles

  • Taedong Lee, Erica Johnson, and Aseem Prakash, Media Independence and Trust in NGOs: The Case of Postcommunist Countries
  • Catherine Leviten-Reid, Organizational Form, Parental Involvement, and Quality of Care in Child Day Care Centers
  • Maurice Gesthuizen and Peer Scheepers, Educational Differences in Volunteering in Cross-National Perspective: Individual and Contextual Explanations
  • Wendy Reid and Johanne Turbide, Board/Staff Relationships in a Growth Crisis: Implications for Nonprofit Governance
  • Jarosław Domanński, Competitiveness of Nongovernmental Organizations in Developing Countries: Evidence From Poland
  • Marc Hooghe and Sarah Botterman, Urbanization, Community Size, and Population Density: Is There a Rural-Urban Divide in Participation in Voluntary Organizations or Social Network Formation?
      Research Note
  • William A. Brown, Amy J. Hillman, and Morris A. Okun, Factors That Influence Monitoring and Resource Provision Among Nonprofit Board Members

      Book Reviews

  • Edward L. Queen, Book Review: Wealth and the Will of God: Discerning the Use of Riches in the Service of Ultimate Purpose and Religious Giving: For Love of God
  • Diane Vinokur-Kaplan, Book Review: Developing a Learning Culture in Nonprofit Organizations
  • Rebecca Nesbit, Book Review: The American Way to Change: How National Service & Volunteers Are Transforming America

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