The Civil Society Model: The Organic Approach to Building Character, Competence, and Conscience in Our Young People

  • Bill Stanczykiewicz
Part of the The Search Institute Series on Developmentally Attentive Community and Society book series (SISS, volume 5)


Social Capital Youth Development High School Senior Moral Sense Developmental Asset 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Bill Stanczykiewicz
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  1. 1.Indiana Youth InstituteIndianapolis

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