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    Engaging ourselves as well as engaging in the community with issues of our society makes us open to different things. Community engagement is the process of working with individuals and groups to achieve specific goals. It involves community members with making decisions and taking action. This process of creating a relationship with community members in society that can maintain a mission with an ultimate goal of making something better. It’s an ongoing process with collaborative work, cooperative

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    feel that the youth group is lacking in the area of service. Not only is community service important to our church, I also believe it is crucial to have our youth involved in community outreach to promote emotional and spiritual growth. I believe our youth should participate in more community outreach because it will counter selfish tendencies, allow the youth to feel helpful, and promote our church’s presence in our community. Let’s face the fact, in general, the youth today are very selfish and

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    Community assessment and analysis Presentation Red group Interview with Community health Nurse Essex County New Jersey Demographic of Essex County Essex County is located in the North eastern part of new jersey. The history of Essex county dates back to 1666 when 30 families from Connecticut established settlement along the banks of Passaic river. Essex County was officially established in 1682 by east jersey legislature. Essex County is

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    Have you ever thought about what community service would do for your community or the community of others? Or at least thought of the impact that it could have on not only you , but others as well? Community Service or volunteering has a certain importance to it. Community service is helpful when trying to build or better a community for not only those in the community but you as well. By volunteering people gain compassion and understanding of the world around them. When people volunteer, they

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    Small Town Communities The neighborhood I live in is called Sugar Mill Pond; it’s surrounded by fields and has a huge pond in the middle of it; it’s located in South Louisiana in Youngsville in between two cities New Iberia and Lafayette. The town Youngsville and Sugar Mill Pond has become one of the happiest places to live and work; both have become both my community because of how small the town is so everyone knows everybody. It accommodates residents; it is surrounded by multiple schools, retail

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    Sense of Community It is interesting the idea of a community, what is it stand for in the general perspective? Does it mean a nation state, a specific group, or just a neighborhood for that instance? There are many metrics make up a perfect community, from a utilitarian perspective to a unique personality one community has to offer. Above it all, in my opinion, the metric that has an outsized impact would have to be the priority of its people's welfare. The term “ideal community” tends to

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    Discourse Community

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    The conversation of assimilation into a discourse community has been a long standing presence in academic conversation. Especially if a religious community is given the title of a discourse community. Typical methods of assimilating new members into a desired religion usually standout. For example, representatives of a religious organization go door to door to give out information about the religion is common practice, it a simply direct. Daniel Olson states in his research that smaller religious

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    Defining Community

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    Defining Community What makes a community? To get a better handle on this question, it may be useful to analyze a specific encounter between the individual and his community(s). Let's take, for example, the much-publicized soccer match between Mexico and the U.S. in the summer of 1996. This game received a great deal of media attention because, even though the match was held in Los Angeles, on U.S. soil, the vast majority of fans were cheering for the Mexican team. The U.S. team members, on

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    Community Of Practice

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    invest in each other’s success. These networks or communities of practice take many different forms, such as professional learning communities (PLC), professional learning networks (PLN), mentoring, coaching, social media groups, or social media chats. Even though each community may take many different shapes and forms, they share common characteristics, such as a mutual interest, meaningful interaction, and the investment of time. Although communities of practice require a significant investment of

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    Communities Essay

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    When most people talk about community, they think of a location, an area in which people live. By definition “community” is a group of people living in the same location and under the same government. Community can also be defined as a group of people with the same common interests or segments in society. However, these definitions, which can be found in any dictionary, are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to explaining what community really is. Community is the memories and traditions

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