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Social Innovation

  • D. C. Hague
  • W. J. M. Mackenzie
  • A. Barker

Abstract

This chapter has to be read in the light of three chapters in the Smith—Hague volume.1 They are:
  • Chapter 7: Richard T. Frost, ‘Project Upward Bound: A Case Study’

  • Chapter 8: Francis S. Chase, ‘Problems of Autonomy and Accountability in Government Contracts for Research and Development in Education’.

  • Chapter 10: Bertram M. Beck, ‘Governmental Contracts with Non-Profit Social Welfare Corporations’

Keywords

Local Government Local Authority Community Development Voluntary Organisation Private Interest 
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Notes

  1. 3.
    Julia Parker, Local Health and Welfare Services (Allen & Unwin, London, 1965) p. 152.Google Scholar
  2. 5.
    See especially Brian Abel-Smith and Peter Townsend, The Poor and the Poorest (Bell, London, 1966).Google Scholar
  3. 25.
    There are other examples of non-elected neighbourhood councils; see William Hampton and Jeffrey J. Chapman, ‘Towards Neighbourhood Councils’, Political Quarterly, July–Sept 1971, pp. 250–1.Google Scholar
  4. 61.
    Cf. Hilary Rose, Rights, Participation and Conflict (Child Poverty Action Group, London, 1971) p. 14.Google Scholar

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© D. C. Hague, W. J. M. Mackenzie and A. Barker 1975

Authors and Affiliations

  • D. C. Hague
  • W. J. M. Mackenzie
  • A. Barker

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