The Careless Society: Community and Its Counterfeits

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Professionalism 1
  • John Deere and the Bereavement Counselor 3
  • The Professional Problem 16
  • The Need for Oldness 26
  • Professionalized Service and Disabling Help 36
  • Medicine 53
  • The Medicalization of Politics 55
  • Well-Being: the New Threshold to the Old Medicine 63
  • Diagnosis and the Health of Community 70
  • Conclusions 80
  • Politicizing Health Care 86
  • Human Service Systems 89
  • A Nation of Clients? 91
  • Do No Harm 101
  • Redefining Community 115
  • A Reconsideration of the Crisis of the Welfare State 124
  • The Criminal Justice System 133
  • Thinking About Crime, Sacrifice, and Community 135
  • Rethinking Our National Incarceration Policy 145
  • On Community 151
  • Community Organizing in the Eighties: Toward a Post-Alinsky Agenda - WITH JOHN KRETZMANN 153
  • Regenerating Community 161
  • Christian Service 173
  • On the Backwardness of Prophets 175
  • Notes 181
  • Acknowledgments 185
  • Index 187
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