The print version originally published in 2003, has received the following awards:
- CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title
- Library Journal Best Reference 2003
- RUSA 2003 Outstanding Reference Source
Whether the reader is a student, researcher, or professional in the field of psychology, sociology, or even economics, this four-volume work will provide the necessary definitions of community beyond traditional views.
Edited by the award-winning team at Berkshire Reference and assisted by an editorial board of world-renowned scholars, the Encyclopedia of Community will prove to be one of the most widely used reference works in your collection.
Key features include:
- 500 signed articles
- Reader's Guide
- Master bibliography
- 250 sidebars
- Resource Guides
- Master Bibliography
- Libraries Build Community
- Libraries and Popular Culture
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