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The Fund-Raising Behavior of U.S. Charitable Organizations: An Explanatory Study

The Fund-Raising Behavior of U.S. Charitable Organizations: An Explanatory Study Previous empirical research identified four models of fund raising that explain how charitable organizations practice this specialization of public relations. In this article, I report the results of the second stage of analysis in which I explore why these organizations practice fund raising the way they do. To move from descriptive to explanatory research, I utilize national data on power-control theory, the concept of the dominant coalition, and the issue of autonomy, as well as organizational and practitioner characteristics. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Public Relations Research Taylor & Francis

The Fund-Raising Behavior of U.S. Charitable Organizations: An Explanatory Study

Journal of Public Relations Research , Volume 7 (2): 27 – Apr 1, 1995

The Fund-Raising Behavior of U.S. Charitable Organizations: An Explanatory Study

Abstract

Previous empirical research identified four models of fund raising that explain how charitable organizations practice this specialization of public relations. In this article, I report the results of the second stage of analysis in which I explore why these organizations practice fund raising the way they do. To move from descriptive to explanatory research, I utilize national data on power-control theory, the concept of the dominant coalition, and the issue of autonomy, as well as...
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Taylor & Francis
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Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
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1532-754X
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1062-726X
DOI
10.1207/s1532754xjprr0702_02
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Abstract

Previous empirical research identified four models of fund raising that explain how charitable organizations practice this specialization of public relations. In this article, I report the results of the second stage of analysis in which I explore why these organizations practice fund raising the way they do. To move from descriptive to explanatory research, I utilize national data on power-control theory, the concept of the dominant coalition, and the issue of autonomy, as well as organizational and practitioner characteristics.

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Journal of Public Relations ResearchTaylor & Francis

Published: Apr 1, 1995

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