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Bridging the gap between emotion and strategy: a study of change in the relationship between national campaigning organisations and their networks of local groups

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This paper is a study of changing national / local relationships within UK campaigning organisations. It is grounded in a conceptual framework embracing resource exchange, political interaction and change theory as benchmarks for a research investigation. A case study of the Amnesty International UK Section (AIUK) is at the heart of the paper, demonstrating that whilst change has occurred the organisational value of a national / local partnership remains vitally important. The four key aspects of change that the research discovers illuminate how national campaigning organisations have evolved since their inception during the post-war era, and the study concludes by proposing a hypothesis to explain that lifetime change.

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http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/29225/1/VSWP5_Ritchie.pdf

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