Social and Eco-Entrepreneurship for All Walks of Life
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Section 1: From Influence to Charisma: The Start-up Leadership Style of Social and Eco-Entrepreneurship
Section 2: Setting the Table for Management: Institution Building
Section 3: Navigating the Social Ecosystem
Section 4: Conclusion
Mark Durieux (PhD) is a veteran university sociology instructor who came to the knowledge and craft of Sociology later in life after academic training in Education and Social Work. Mark gets, then, the critical importance of sociology in human service and in making this precious Earth a better, sustainable home. He is deeply committed to sociology's democratization. Co-author (along with Robert Stebbins) of "Social Entrepreneurship for Dummies," Mark is also authoring a forthcoming primer on Environmental Sociology to be published by Kendall Hunt.