The Park Hill Action Committee: A Study of the Legitimation Process of Community Involvement, 1962
Masters' thesis in sociology covering the Park Hill Action Committee, a community improvement organization in Denver, Colorado. The thesis analyzes the process by which the work of the committee was accepted by the residents of the community and recognized to be worthy of voluntary involvement. The author's main focus in analyzing the legitimation of the committee was the committee's involvement in issues related to race relations during the period examined. Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado.
- Longino, Charles F. (Person)
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Scope and Contents
From the Series: Series 1 contains minutes, governance documents, reports and general information about the administration of the Park Hill Action Committee and Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. Also included are documents relating to the founding of the organization and newspaper clippings about the organization.
Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
28 x 22 centimeters
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