Volunteers: A Social Profile

@inproceedings{Musick2008VolunteersAS,
  title={Volunteers: A Social Profile},
  author={Marc A. Musick and J. Veitch Wilson},
  year={2008}
}
Preface Acknowledgments Part 1. An Introduction to Volunteering 1. The Importance of Studying Volunteering 2. What Is Volunteering? Part 2. Subjective Dispositions 3. Personality 4. Motives 5. Values, Norms, and Attitudes Part 3. Individual Resources 6. Socio-Economic Resources 7. Time and Health 8. Gender 9. Race Part 4. The Social Context of Volunteering 10. The Life Course: The Early Stages 11. The Life Course: The Later Stages 12. Social Resources 13. Volunteer Recruitment 14. Schools and… CONTINUE READING

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