Religion, Race, Conflict, and Civic Pluralism in Cincinnati: How Overlapping Bonds, Social Norms and Leadership Habits Matter
Overlapping bonds are necessary but not sufficient explanations the success and failure of civic pluralism across five distinct communities in diverse Cincinnati. Leadership norms matter.
||Civic pluralism, Community development, Cincinnati, Governance, Religion, Race, Leadership, Dialogue
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp.7-14.
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Dr Anas Malik is a political scientist. His research interests are in religion and politics, conflict, political economy, and development.
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