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September 14, 2021 at 9:20 am #3208BenjaminJMillerParticipant
One way to build or join a network is by using the same key terms as other organizations. This doesn’t necessarily form a network in the sense of a group of people who talk directly to one another and formally coordinate their actions, but it does create an implicit network of groups who are thinking in common terms and whose communications strengthen one another’s advocacy claims. For example, there are many self-help organizations who use the methodology and language of “anonymous” introduced by Alcoholics Anonymous. These groups may be said to form a network without necessarily having formal relationships between them.September 14, 2021 at 10:43 am #3209lynnParticipant
The words nonprofit do the same thing for the nonprofit sector – provide affiliation.
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