Civil activism and altered reciprocity enabling social innovation

Veress, József (2018) Civil activism and altered reciprocity enabling social innovation. In: 3rd EMES-Polanyi International Seminar, 2018.04.16-17, Roskilde, Denmark. (Unpublished)

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The civil society players’ dynamism possesses enhanced transformational capacity what feeds back with the volunteers’ activism providing the capability of agency. The feed backing constructs of such transformational dynamism offer explanation how civil society organizations can enable and sustain cooperation in competitive environments. The mutually catalytic institutional, relational, communicational alterations impacting multiple fields affect simultaneously the volunteering members, their interactions and relations, as well as the communities and their environment. These changes feedback also with and are constitutive of transformations of the very cooperation. This growingly inclusive and un-fragmented collaboration that volunteering participants of self-organizing collective efforts carry out interplays with asynchronous, asymmetric, open ended, multi-party pattern of reciprocity. The enhanced cooperative dynamism of networking interactions among members of various civil society entities interplay with - are important drivers of and capitalize on various - social innovations. The social and technological innovations exhibit mutual impacts and their interplay has growing broader effects what requires further explorations - the study assumes.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)
Uncontrolled Keywords:transformational dynamism, trust, social capital, activism, reciprocity
JEL classification:O30 - Innovation, Research and Development, Technological Change, Intellectual Property Rights: General
Subjects:Knowledge economy, innovation
ID Code:3846
Deposited By: J Veress
Deposited On:07 Jan 2019 09:37
Last Modified:07 Jan 2019 09:37

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