The Operating Mode of Social Administration

In the Operating Mode of Social Administration, Andrew Mugoola takes the reader on an informative, exploratory, insightful and interesting journey through the thicket of Social Administration especially its operating mode. Besides basic Conceptual and Functional information, the author explains how administrative functions, how administrators could, can and sometimes ought to function: What they can do to address the needs of those in need in the context of Organizational Objectives and Goal. It explores and discusses both Community Mobilization and Social Mobilization, giving possible methodologies for both Community Mobilization and Social Mobilization, yet giving room for Creativity, Innovation and Experimentation. It further provides Comparative Analysis especially in the context of Colonial Administration and Sustainability of African Projects. The Author is careful to take readers on an investigative journey on relevant theories especially Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs and how its analysis and use has impacted on the process of addressing both Individual and Community Needs. Andrew Mugoola, B.A, M.A, is a Ugandan Rapporteur, Academic Author as well a Social Work and Social Administration Lecturer (Kampala University -Uganda: Department of Social Work & Social Administration)
ISBN: 9781784074883
Type: Paperback
Pages: 113
Published: 10 March 2014
Price: $10.25

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