The Integrative Power of Civic Networks 1

@inproceedings{Baldassarri2006TheIP,
  title={The Integrative Power of Civic Networks 1},
  author={Delia Baldassarri},
  year={2006}
}
This article analyzes integrative dynamics within civil society by looking at civic networks—the web of collaborative ties between participatory associations acting on behalf of public and collective interests. Drawing upon evidence from Glasgow and Bristol, the authors identify a polycentric model of civic coordination based on horizontal solidarity, in which associations form dense clusters of strong identity ties (“social bonds”) bridged by fewer instrumental ties (“transactions”). Basic… CONTINUE READING

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