Ethical Principles in Community Development,
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Any locality will have different areas of interest. An urban area might be multiracial and religious; a rural area might be highly stratified by class. The real significance of these differences is that they form specific interest groups in the community. It might even be said that a community is not made up of individuals, but rather groups of people representing specific occupations,
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"Integration" does not mean that communal differences are lost in a great "melting pot." There is a great difference between integration of communities in their distinctiveness,
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The preservation of local communal differences in any area being developed is a specific example of the principle of both democratization and decentralization. The two concepts are highly related. Local interests,
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In order for intercommunal cooperation to be a fact and this is essential for any real development strategy the groups involved, whether they be functional, occupational or cultural, need to be mobilized for action and cooperation. Specific communities themselves need to be brought into any specific decision and should be mobilized alongside of any development group that might be coming in from the outside. The big issue is to avoid the sense that a locality is being imposed upon or exploited for the sake of outside capital or state interests. 相关的主题文章：