Friday, June 1, 2012

NVSQ June 2012 Issue Available

3.coverThe Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly's June 2012 issue 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


  • Bernd Helmig,Katharina Spraul, and Karin Tremp, Replication Studies in Nonprofit Research: A Generalization and Extension of Findings Regarding the Media Publicity of Nonprofit Organizations
  • Anaïs Périlleux, Marek Hudon, and Eddy Bloy, Surplus Distribution in Microfinance: Differences Among Cooperative, Nonprofit, and Shareholder Forms of Ownership
  • Richard L. Gage III and Brijesh Thapa, Volunteer Motivations and Constraints Among College Students: Analysis of the Volunteer Function Inventory and Leisure Constraints Models
  • Stijn Van Puyvelde, Ralf Caers, Cind Du Bois, and Marc Jegers, The Governance of Nonprofit Organizations: Integrating Agency Theory With Stakeholder and Stewardship Theories
  • Thomas Rotolo and John Wilson, State-Level Differences in Volunteerism in the United States: Research Based on Demographic, Institutional, and Cultural Macrolevel Theories
  • Mark A. Hager and Mary Kopczynski Winkler, Motivational and Demographic Factors for Performing Arts Attendance Across Place and Form

Research Note

  • Brenda K. Bushouse and Jessica E. Sowa, Producing Knowledge For Practice: Assessing NVSQ 2000-2010

Book Reviews

  • Stuart C. Mendel, Book Review: The Politics of Partnerships: A Critical Examination of Nonprofit-Business Partnerships
  • Anna Kloeden, Book Review: NGOs in China and Europe: Comparisons and Contrasts
  • Susan M. Chambré, Book Review: Social Movements and the Transformation of American Health Care, and Moving Politics: Emotion and ACT UP’s Fight Against AIDS
  • Angela Bies, Book Review: Hybrid Organizations and the Third Sector, Edited by David Billis


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