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date: 28 February 2024

Global Networking of NGOslocked

Global Networking of NGOslocked

  • Aimei YangAimei YangAnnenberg School of Journalism and Communication, University of Southern California

Summary

The typology of nongovernmental and nonprofit organizations (NGOs) classifies them according to their orientations and levels of operations. The type of ties associated with NGOs and related networks are complex and pervasive. To help readers understand the structural features of these networks, several theoretical frameworks and theories (i.e., world system theory, world polity theory, organizational ecology theory, and issue niche theory) are offered as different explanations for the antecedents and consequences of NGO networks.

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  • International/Global Communication

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