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Explaining Nonprofit Advocacy: An Exploratory Analysis (2002) « U.S. Publications « Downloads
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Date postedSeptember 20, 2002
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CategoriesU.S. Publications
Tagsunited states, usa, north america, advocacy, ccss working papers
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CCSS Working Paper #21 | Lester M. Salamon.
Discusses the results of a survey of 3,400 nonprofit public-benefit organizations across the United States in the early 1980s that asked questions about the type and extent of advocacy activity in which they engaged; examines a number of possible explanations of the patterns of nonprofit advocacy activity that are apparent; tests these theories against the survey data; and outlines some of the major implications that seem to flow from the results.


 

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