Nonprofit Advocacy Organizations: Their Characteristics and Activities*
nonprofits, advocacy for nonprofits, characteristics of nonprofits
Objectives. In this article we examine political advocacy by nonprofit organizations. Relatively little is known about the types of organizations that participate in advocacy, their characteristics, the issues for which they advocate, and the resources they devote to it. This is especially the case for nonprofits that operate at the state or local level.
Original Publication Citation
Child, Curtis and Kirsten A. Grønbjerg. 2007. “Nonprofit Advocacy Organizations: Their Characteristics and Activities.” Social Science Quarterly 88(1):259-281
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Child, Curtis and Gronbjerg, Kirsten A., "Nonprofit Advocacy Organizations: Their Characteristics and Activities*" (2007). All Faculty Publications. 2723.
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