Social Entrepreneurship For Dummies
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You want to make a difference in the world, but you don't know where to start or feel overwhelmed by the amount of work to be done. Here you find a list of ideas for social enterprises — problems needing to be solved, issues needing to be addressed. When you have the passion, translating that passion into a plan can be broken down into manageable steps. Then, when you get your socially conscious business off the ground, you need to keep that passion going.

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Mark B. Durieux, PhD, is an applied and clinical sociologist who teaches and consults widely on the practice of social entrepreneurship. Robert A. Stebbins, PhD, is a faculty professor and professor emeritus at the University of Calgary and is known for his research on leisure and volunteering.

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