Epilogue: Toward a New Legal Form for Civic Engagement

Part of the Nonprofit and Civil Society Studies book series (NCSS)


Civil Society Civic Engagement Civil Society Organization Civil Code Dominant Language 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Minpaku National Museum of Ethnology and Graduate University for Advanced StudiesOsakaJapan

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