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Parent Topics

Civil society

  • Community [r]: Generally, a group of organisms sharing an environment. In human communities the shared environment may be defined by mutual interests, pooled resources, common beliefs, shared pursuits, perceived needs, or other common traits or characteristics, and may be associated with a shared identity which in the case of physical communities may include a sense of place. [e]
  • Economics [r]: The analysis of the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. [e]
  • Political science [r]: Social science that studies politics, political systems and political behavior. [e]
  • Sociology [r]: Social science that studies human social behavior or social relations, social institutions and structures, demography, public opinion, social welfare, social psychology and some forms of political behavior, as well as the history of sociology. [e]

Subtopics

  • 501(c)(3) [r]: In U.S. tax law, an organization that has been determined to be nonprofit and nonpolitical; contributions to it are tax-deductible; it can engage in research and education but not efforts to affect specific policy or legislation, often a delicate line. [e]
  • 501(c)(4) [r]: In U.S. tax law, an organization that has been determined to be nonprofit, but may be political; contributions to it are not tax-deductible; it can engage in research and education, affect specific policy or legislation, but not directly contribute to candidates or campaign for or against them. Their ability to campaign, not coordinated with the candidate, may have been expanded by Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission [e]
  • Nongovernmental organization [r]: A term used in much of the world to describe third sector organizations in terms of their location outside of formal government. [e]
  • Nongovernmental sector [r]: The category or network of all nongovernmental organizations. [e]
  • Nongovernmental board [r]: A board of directors, governors or trustees responsible for managing the affairs of a nongovernmental organization. See (primarily): nonprofit board. [e]
  • Nonprofit management [r]: Responsibility for directing and controlling the affairs of a nonprofit organization. Under U.S. law in most states and territories, primary responsibility for managing the affairs of a nonprofit corporation is vested in the nonprofit board [e]
  • Nonprofit organization [r]: An organization that is institutionalized, private, separate from government, not profit distributing, self-governing and voluntary, according to Lester Salamon. [e]
  • Nonprofit sector [r]: A sector or category of formal organizations and associations organized for purposes other than profit and governed by legal or ethical non-distribution constraints. [e]
  • Nonprofit board [r]: A board of directors, governors or trustees responsible for managing the affairs of a nonprofit organization. See also nongovernmental board or voluntary board. [e]
  • Nonprofit management [r]: Responsibility for directing and controlling the affairs of a nonprofit organization. Under U.S. law in most states and territories, primary responsibility for managing the affairs of a nonprofit corporation is vested in the nonprofit board [e]
  • Voluntary organization [r]: U.S. usage (and spelling) often used as a synonym for voluntary association [e]
  • Voluntary sector [r]: Used in Great Britain to describe the set or category of organisations very close to those characterized in the U.S. as nonprofits. [e]
  • Voluntary board [r]: A board of directors, governors or trustees responsible for managing the affairs of a voluntary organization. See (primarily): nonprofit board. [e]

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