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Author Malaysia, Division of Industry and Community Network Universiti Sains
Title Volunteerism In Malaysia Fostering Civic Responsibility
Imprint Pulau Pinang : Penerbit USM, 2013
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Note Cover Page -- Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- QUOTES -- CONTENTS -- FIGURES -- TABLES -- FOREWORD -- PREFACE -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- ABBREVIATIONS -- INTRODUCTION -- Chapter 1 EVOLUTION OF VOLUNTEERISM IN MALAYSIA -- Introduction: The Historical Panorama -- Volunteerism in Indigenous Societies of Pre-Colonial Malaya: Some Considerations -- Volunteerism in 20th Century Pre-Colonial Malaya and Independent Malaysia -- Conclusion -- Chapter 2 VOLUNTEER ENGAGEMENT -- Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Volunteerism -- Advocacy and Public Policy on Volunteerism -- Planning and Management Structures for Volunteerism -- Challenges of Volunteer Engagement -- Trends and Future Considerations -- Chapter 3 UNIVERSITY MODEL, FRAME WORK AND VENUES FOR VOLUNTEERISM -- Overview of Volunteer Engagement Models -- Overview of University-Community/Industry Engagement -- Chapter 4 THE UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA (USM) EXPERIENCE -- Volunteerism in Malaysia Institutions of Higher Learning -- Universiti Sains Malaysia: A Brief Overview -- Global Linkages -- Chapter 5 SUSTAINING VOLUNTEER ENGAGEMENT -- APPENDIX -- REFERENCES
The culture of volunteerism, of selfless service to your fellow beings, must be an integral part of every person and community. This book brilliantly captures the spirit, essence and practical application of that culture. It provides frameworls and real experiences from the field that can assist universities, civic, institution and others in moving forward their community engagement programmes more vigorously, effectively and deeply. While based primarily on the rich Malaysia experience, the Universiti Sains Malaysia has produced an excellent broad-based and unique resource that will also have universal appeal to anyone anywhere committed to fostering civic responsibility. Dato' (Dr.) Anwar Fazal A Global Civil Society Activist, Recipient of the Right Livelihood Award popularly as the 'Alternative Nobel Prize'
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Malaysia, Division of Industry and Community Network Universiti Sains Volunteerism In Malaysia Fostering Civic Responsibility Pulau Pinang : Penerbit USM,c2013 9789838616164
Subject Voluntarism--Malaysia
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