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History of Transnational Voluntary Associations

A Critical Multidisciplinary Review

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Davies’ review explores the history of transnational voluntary associations in multiple sectors, including humanitarianism, science, education, environment, feminism, race, health, human rights, labour, business, standards, professions, culture, peace, religion, and youth. It argues that the historical evolution of transnational voluntary associations is longer, less Western in origin and more cyclical than traditionally assumed.



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