Vying for the Urban Poor: Charitable Organizations, Faith‐Based Social Capital, and Racial Reconciliation in a Deep South City

@inproceedings{Silverman2002VyingFT,
  title={Vying for the Urban Poor: Charitable Organizations, Faith‐Based Social Capital, and Racial Reconciliation in a Deep South City},
  author={Robert Mark Silverman},
  year={2002}
}
In this article the mobilization of social capital is examined as it relates to the formation of collaborative partnerships among charitable organizations. It is argued that social capital, expressed through social ties and mutual trust, forms the foundation for such partnerships. Specifically, collaborative activities built upon religiously based social capital mobilized among charitable organizations are focused upon in this study. The extensive role of such social capital, combined with the… CONTINUE READING

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