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Social accounting should be about good organisational practice, not just a tool for measuring social value…

In his recent blog for the Social Audit Network (SAN), Alan Kay sent out a rallying cry to the social economy:

‘I think that social enterprises should be looking seriously and overtly at the degree to which they contribute to… 1,077 more words

Social Impact

Maintaining the social licence to operate: 2018 KPMG - AICD Trust Survey

Hard on the heels of the Edelman Trust Barometer report for 2018 (see my post of 21 February – Less trust in NGOs), the report on the… 259 more words

College as the US Class Mobility Stiffler

The post-war US built an excellent multi-tiered higher educational system that offered clear pathways for class mobility to the baby boom generation. But this class mobility escalator has stalled, leaving children of working class families still working class, only now they are saddled with crushing higher educational debt. 224 more words

An Analysis of SEMH Provision Using Bourdieu’s ‘The Form of Capital’.

Bourdieu’s theory is written from a Marxist perspective, as just like Marxism, Bourdieu argues that what links the world is capital, which is accumulated labour in its materialised form, and it is this capital that, 2,431 more words


Swimming, dancing, writing – or What I Did on My Summer Holiday


Swimming every morning in the clear turquoise water, surrounded by trees – oaks, chestnuts, London planes and gums, with swallows and parrots flying about and ten ducklings following their parents across the grass – plus coffee on the deck afterwards with a group of convivial co-swimmers: is it any wonder it’s been a long time since I posted a blog? 1,501 more words


Inconsistent Message? Wrong Platform? Marketing Scheme?

With a mission to promote sustainability, wellness and community by striking a balance between business and nature, I am very open to exploring new ideas and trends. 347 more words


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Public Relations and Social Theory: Key Figures, Concepts and Developments broadens the theoretical scope of public relations studies by applying the work of a group of prominent social theorists to make sense of the practice. 112 more words

Public Relations