A Narrative Construction of the Organization by an External Party: The Nongovernmental Organization Narrative by the United Nations
Topal, Cagri, Tamara Journal of Critical Organisation Inquiry
The focus of this paper is the narrative construction of the nongovernmental organization (NGO) by the United Nations. How the NGO is conceptualized and communicated by a legitimate institution like the UN is critical for both the sustainability of NGOs and the social benefit created by them. This is because the allocation of resources to NGOs is directly affected by the understanding of what an NGO is. The data come from the 20 speeches of the 54th annual conference (2001) titled as 'NGOs today: Diversity of the Volunteer Experience' at the UN headquarters. The results of the study are derived from a critical reading of these 20 narratives. This is a procedure of reading …
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Publication information: Article title: A Narrative Construction of the Organization by an External Party: The Nongovernmental Organization Narrative by the United Nations. Contributors: Topal, Cagri - Author. Journal title: Tamara Journal of Critical Organisation Inquiry. Volume: 7. Issue: 1/2 Publication date: January 1, 2008. Page number: 111+. © TamaraLand Publishers 2007. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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