Voices, Preconditions, Contexts
Edited by Rafeal Ziegler
This timely book sets social entrepreneurship in a historical context, from its philanthropic beginnings in the Victorian era to the present day, against the backdrop of contemporary global capitalism.
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- An Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship Voices, Preconditions, Contexts
- Figures, tables and boxes
- Chapter 1: Introduction: Voices, Preconditions, Contexts
- Chapter 2: Return the Lost Water Back to the Continents
- Chapter 3: Taking Responsibility: Breaking Away from Hate and Violence
- Chapter 4: Not About the Number of Seats in Parliament: Education for Democracy and its Places
- Chapter 5: We Call it Work
- Chapter 6: Schumpeter’s Full Model of Entrepreneurship: Economic, Non-Economic and Social Entrepreneurship
- Chapter 7: The Culture of Management: Self-Interest, Empathy and Emotional Control
- Chapter 8: Forgotten Antecedents: Entrepreneurship, Ideology and History
- Chapter 9: New Heroes, Old Theories? Toward a Sociological Perspective on Social Entrepreneurship
- Chapter 10: Social Entrepreneurship in the UK: From Rhetoric to Reality?
- Chapter 11: Entrepreneurship, Sociality and Art: Re-imagining the Public
- Chapter 12: Hope for Sustainable Development: How Social Entrepreneurs Make it Happen
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