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ON DEFINING AND MEASURING VOLUNTEERING IN THE UNITED STATES AND ABROAD
Even though volunteering has been a distinguishing feature of American society since its inception, scholars continue to struggle with how to accurately describe and measure it. Eleanor Brown’s The… Expand
Working at Play : BDSM Sexuality in the San Francisco Bay Area
In this article, I argue that BDSM sexuality should be conceptualized as a form of "working at play." Considering two dominant models of sexuality, identity and lifestyle, I argue that BDSM is more… Expand
Jacques Defourny is professor of economics at the University of Liège, Belgium where he is also a director of the Centre for Social Economy (www.ces-ulg.be). He served as a founding coordinator and… Expand
From Immigrants to Ethnics : Toward a New Theory of " Ethn icization "
The author contrasts the fragmented nature of immigrant groups upon their arrival in America with the social and cultural unities found among ethnic groups years later. He explains this change-the… Expand
Transforming Grants Management : A Strategic Approach to Improving Performance and Reducing Burden by
The Federal government provides more than $495 billion annually in grants to state and local governments, non-profit organizations, universities, community groups, and other government and… Expand
The Fiduciary Duties of Corporate Directors to " Phantom "
Companies seeking to attract or retain key employees often implement "phantom" stock plans. These plans confer on selected employees the financial benefits of stock ownership without granting them an… Expand
In this Article, Professor Janis argues that modem enthusiasm for large-scale legislative reforms in patent law should be received with caution in view of the history of patent law reform. That… Expand
National Reconciliation in Afghanistan. Conflict History and the Search for an Afghan Approach
Three years after the war in Afghanistan unofficially ended in late 2001, first attempts have already been made by Afghan and international organizations to document past human rights abuses, consult… Expand