News from the Community Development Journal
The April 2012 issue (vol 47, No 2) of the Community Development Journal (CDJ) is as usual a wide-ranging publication. It includes articles drawn from diverse settings: from regeneration projects in London and Coventry in the UK, to community economic life in post-Soviet Ukraine, and then across the world to analyse the actions of recycling cooperatives in São Paulo, Brazil.
Subjects range from theoretical discussions of community development in everyday life, the vocabularies people use to describe 'community' in Australia, the use of institutional ethnography as a research tool in Canada, and the need for community development strategies to tackle the 'digital divide'.
This issue of CDJ was especially notable as it launched CDJ’s freely accessible website, CDJ Plus, which connects the journal to the wider community development world. The site contains information on relevant organisations and journals, and freely downloadable materials. Access CDJ Plus here: http://www.oxfordjournals.org/cdjc.
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