Kaldor's Sociological Theory Spring 2014
About this class
Responding to issues they care about, students use social theories to develop change models.
Students in SUNY Brockport's SOC 300 will serve as change consultants for students at Champlain College St. Lambert taking Newsactivist - Winter 2014. As these students develop their own newsactivist projects, you will provide constructive feedback and even offer a theory of change that fits their proposed project.
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This post caught my attention because the issue of depression and heart disease is universal. I hope to find a nonprofit organization that deals with depression and overall heart health.
A Theory of Change
Thank you so much for the great read. I will be looking into this organization further
Part of the problem is that as a society we are still clinging to some outdated and untrue characteristics of masculinity. People see a male rape victim as an anomaly when in fact statistics show that men make up 10% of all rape victims in our country. The number may be higher than that because the statistics are based on reported incidents of rape. There is help for male rape victims through a national organization called RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network) which is America's largest anti-sexual violence organization. I plan to look into this organization and using the theory of change see how it can improve its services to the people, both men and women, that need it.
I will also be doing research on this non-profit and reviewing and analyzing their theory of change.
Your article is very interesting I want to look into it further!
I found this very interesting and I am looking forward to researching this further.
I am anticipating researching PAQ in further detail and seeing how the organization can better meet the needs of community members and obtain their goals.
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