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About Prof. David Smith 

عن الورشة 

هو من كبار علماء ومنظري علم النفس والاجتماع و والباحثين في القطاع التطوعي والخيري والمجتمع المدني وغير الربحي، استاذاً في العديد من الجامعات الأمريكية والعالمية، له عشرات الكتب والدراسات والبحوث المحكمة، مؤسس وأول رئيس لمنظمة أرنوفا العالمية ARNOVA التي تضم الباحثين والمتخصصين في المجال البحثي الخيري والتطوعي وغير الربحي. من المساهمين في تحرير مجلات علمية محكمة في المجال.

وفي النبذة التالية عرض لأبرز إسهامات بروفسور ديفيد وكتاباته .

Prof. David Horton Smith

Research and Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, USA;

Honorary Visiting Professor in Sociology, School of Health Sciences,

University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK (2014+);

Honorary Visiting Professor, Centre for Studies of Civil Society and the

Nonprofit Sector, National Research University;

 Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation (2013+);

Honorary Visiting Professor, School of Arts and Sciences,

City University London, London, UK (2016+)

Visiting Scholar, NGO Research Center, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China (2011+);

US Government Fulbright Commission Senior Specialist Award Grantee and Distinguished Visiting Lecturer (2010-2014);

Editor-in-Chief, Voluntaristics Review, new academic journal of survey/review articles to be published by Brill Publishers, Leiden, Netherlands, and Boston, MA, USA (2014+);

First Co-Editor, Brill [Publishers] Nonprofit Sector Research [Book] Series (2014+);

Founder (2010+), President and CEO, ICSERA, the International Council of Voluntarism, Civil Society, and Social Economy Researcher Associations Inc.; a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization registered in Florida, USA;

Founder (in 1971) and first President, ARNOVA, the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action; Founder & first Editor of NVSQ.

 EDUCATION

California Institute of Technology (1956-57); Dean’s Honor List each Freshman semester and awarded Freshman Honors; Major fields: Mathematics, then Astronomy; University of Southern California (1958-1960); A.B., 1960, Magna cum laude with three full majors in Sociology, Psychology and Philosophy; Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi honorary societies, among others (3.99 GPA at USC for 4 years of coursework done in 2 ½ years); Harvard University (1960-1965); A.M., 1962; Ph.D., 1965, in Sociology, with Coursework Distinction, from the interdisciplinary Department of Social Relations. 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Pre-Retirement Positions: Research Fellow in the Harvard Center for International Affairs (February 1965 to September 1966 and Summer of 1967); Lecturer on Sociology in the Department of Social Relations, Harvard University (February 1965 to July 1966).  Assistant Professor of Sociology and Co-Director of the Laboratory for Organizational Research, Department of Sociology, University of Southern California (1966-68).  Associate Research Professor, and Director of the Program on Voluntary Participation in the Urban World, Institute of Human Sciences, Boston College (September 1968-January 1973); Director of Research, Center for a Voluntary Society, Washington, D.C. (September 1970 to August 1974). Associate Professor of Sociology, Boston College, 1968-75; Professor of Sociology, Boston College, 1976 (Sept. 1)-2004 (May 31). 

Post-Retirement Positions: Granted Emeritus Professor status and Research Professor status by Boston College after retirement 6/01/04 as a full-time faculty member; Founder and CEO of David Horton Smith International LLC (Consulting; 2008+); US Fulbright Commission Senior Specialist Distinguished Lecturer (2010-2014); Senior Research Consultant, United Nations Volunteers, SWVR Project, Bonn, Germany, 2010-2011; Honorary Visiting Professor of Non Profit Research, Cass Business School, City University London, London, UK (2010-2013); Academic Director and Senior Visiting Research Fellow, Center on Philanthropy, Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, China (2012); Honorary Visiting Professor of Voluntaristics and Community Engagement, School of Rehabilitation Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, 2013-2014; Distinguished Visiting Professor of Nonprofit Management, Capital University of Business and Economics, Beijing, China (2012-2014). (See other, current Honorary Professorships at top.)

HONORS AND COMPETITIVE FELLOWSHIPS

Awarded membership in Phi Beta Kappa (as a Junior) and Phi Kappa Phi honorary societies at USC (plus three other honorary societies); awarded Woodrow Wilson Honorary Fellowship (1960) and National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship (1960-63) in national competitions; Co-recipient of 1975 national Hadley Cantril Memorial Award (for outstanding US book contribution in the behavioral and social sciences); recipient of ARNOVA (Lifetime Achievement) Award for Distinguished Contribution to Nonprofit and Voluntary Action Research (1993); bio entries in Marquis’ Who’s Who in the World (18th Edition, 2001+) and Who’s Who in America (54th Edition, 2000+); bio entry as one of 139 outstanding contributors to civil society/nonprofit sector worldwide for all of human history in the International  Encyclopedia of Civil Society (Springer: 2010). Nearly 6,000 citations by other scholars to my publications listed in Scholar.Google.com.

BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

Cull, John G. and Richard E. Hardy, eds. 1974. Volunteerism: An Emerging Profession. Springfield, IL: C. C. Thomas. (David H. Smith is the Major Contributor, who wrote 76 of 192 pages of the main text—about 40%).

Inkeles, Alex, and David H. Smith. 1974. Becoming Modern. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.  [Also Portuguese translation edition in Brazil, 1974, and two different Chinese translation editions, 1981 and 1992.]

Inkeles, Alex, with David H. Smith, Karen A. Miller, Amar K. Singh, Vern L. Bengtson, and James J. Dowd. 1983. Exploring Individual Modernity. New York: Columbia University Press.

Leigh, Robert, David H. Smith, Cornelia Giesing, Maria José León, Debbie Haski-Leventhal, Benjamin J. Lough, Jacob M. Mati, and Sabine Strassburg. 2011. 2011 State of the World’s Volunteerism Report: Universal Values for Global Well-Being. Bonn, Germany: United Nations Volunteers.

Smith, David H. 1973a. Latin American Student Activism: Participation in Formal Volunteer Organizations. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Smith, David H., ed. 1973b. Voluntary Action Research: 1973. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Smith, David H., ed. 1974. Voluntary Action Research: 1974. The Nature of Voluntary Action Around the World. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Smith, David H. 1976. Citizen Participation in Water Quality Control: A Nationwide Evaluation of the Impact of EPA Supported Water Quality Workshops. Washington, D.C.: National Technical Information Service.

Smith, David H. 2000. Grassroots Associations. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Chinese translation edition by Prof. Jiangang ZHU is in press (2015).

Smith, David H. 2016a.  A Survey of Voluntaristics: Research on the Growth of the Global, Interdisciplinary, Socio-behavioral Science Field and Emergent Inter-discipline. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill.

Smith, David H. (forthcoming) 2016b. Method in their Madness: Developing an Empirically Supported Theory of Deviant Voluntary Associations. Bradenton, FL: David Horton Smith International.

Smith, David H. (forthcoming) 2016c. S-Theory (Synanthrometrics) as “The Theory of Everyone”—A Proposed New Standard Human Science Model of Behavior, Especially Pro-Social Behavior.  Bradenton, FL: David Horton Smith International LLC.

Smith, David H. (forthcoming) 2016d. The “Dark Energy” of the Nonprofit Sector:

Noxious, Dissenting, and Eccentric Types of Deviant Voluntary Associations, Their Impacts, and How They Work. Bradenton, FL: David Horton Smith International.

Smith, David H., Winifred Conley, Harvey Silver, Barbara Marsh, Cathy Orme, and David Glasker. 1974. Voluntary Transnational Cultural Exchange Organizations of the U. S.: A Selected List. Washington, DC: Center for a Voluntary Society. 

Smith, David H., and Fred Elkin, eds. 1981. Volunteers, Voluntary Associations, and Development. Leiden: E. J. Brill.

Smith, David H., Jacqueline Macaulay and Associates. 1980. Participation in Social and Political Activities. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Smith, David H., Jacob M. Mati, and Grace L. Chikoto, eds. (ms. in progress) 2017. The Nonprofit Sector, Civil Society, and Philanthropy in Sub-Saharan Africa. Leiden, Netherlands, and Boston, MA, USA: Brill.

Smith, David H., Alisa V. Moldavanova, and Svitlana Krasynska, eds. (contracted; forthcoming) 2016. The Nonprofit Sector in Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia: Civil Society Advances and Challenges. Leiden, Netherlands, and Boston, MA, USA: Brill Publishers.

Smith, David H., Frank Penna, Cathy Orme, and others. 1974. Voluntary Sector Policy Research Needs. Washington, DC:  Center for a Voluntary Society.

Smith, David H., and Richard D. Reddy. 1971. Voluntary Action and Social Problems.

Journal of Voluntary Action Research Monograph, Whole No. 2.

Smith, David H., Richard D. Reddy and Burt R. Baldwin, eds. 1972. Voluntary Action Research: 1972. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Smith, David H., Robert A. Stebbins, and Michael Dover. 2006. A Dictionary of Nonprofit Terms and Concepts. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. Chinese translation edition by Prof. Xinye WU, 2016: Beijing, China: Peking University Press.

Smith, David H., Robert A. Stebbins, and Michael Dover. (contracted; forthcoming) 2017. A Dictionary of Nonprofit Terms and Concepts, revised edition. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Smith, David H., Robert A. Stebbins, and Jurgen Grotz, eds. (in press, 2016). Palgrave Handbook of Volunteering, Civic Participation, and Nonprofit Associations. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Smith, David H., and Nancy Theberge. 1987. Why People Recreate: An Overview of Research.  Champaign, Ill.:  Life Enhancement Publications.

Smith, David H., Frans Verhagen, Burt R. Baldwin, and William Chittick.  1978. Role of U.S. NGOs In International Development Co-Operation.  Paper No. 9, Series on Non-Governmental Organizations [NGOs] in International Co-Operation for Development, edited by Berhanykun Andemicael. New York: UNITAR, United Nations.

Smith, David H., and Jon Van Til, with Dan Bernfeld, Victor Pestoff, and David Zeldin, eds. 1983. International Perspectives on Voluntary Action Research. Washington, DC: University Press of America.

SELECTED ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS

Baer, Doug, Lionel Prouteau, David Swindell, Aida Savicka, David H. Smith, and Kuang-Ting Tai. (in press) 2016.  “Conducive Macro-Contexts Influencing Volunteering.” Chapter 26 in Palgrave Handbook of Volunteering, Civic Participation, and Nonprofit Associations, edited by D.H. Smith, R. A. Stebbins, and J. Grotz. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bekkers, René, Sara Konrath, and David H. Smith. (in press) 2016. “Physiological Correlates of Volunteering.” Chapter 25 in in Palgrave Handbook of Volunteering, Civic Participation, and Nonprofit Associations, edited by D.H. Smith, R. A. Stebbins, and J. Grotz. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bengtson, Vern L., James J. Dowd, David H. Smith, and Alex Inkeles, A. 1975. “Modernization, modernity, and perceptions of aging: A cross-cultural study.” Journal of Gerontology, 30(6), 688-695.

Eng, Sharon, David H. Smith, et al. “Crime, Misconduct, and Dysfunctions in and by Associations.” Chapter 53 in D. H. Smith, R. A. Stebbins, and J. Grotz, eds. (in press) 2016. Palgrave Handbook of Volunteering, Civic Participation, and Nonprofit Associations. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Guo, Chao, Jun Xu, David H. Smith, and Zhibin Zhang. 2012. “Civil Society, Chinese Style: The Rise of the Nonprofit Sector in China.” Nonprofit Quarterly, Fall: 20-27.

Harris, Bernard, Andrew Morris, Richard S. Ascough, Grace L. Chikoto, Peter R. Elson, John Mc Loughlin, Martti Muukkonen, Tereza Pospíšilová, Krishna Rokal, David H. Smith, Andri Soteri-Proctor, Anastasiya Tumanova, and Pengjie Yu. (in press) 2016. “History of Associations and Volunteering.” Chapter 1 in the Palgrave Handbook of Volunteering, Civic Participation, and Nonprofit Associations, edited by D. H. Smith, R. A. Stebbins, and J. Grotz. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Ostrander, Susan, and David H. Smith. 2004. “Introduction” [to Supplemental Issue of NVSQ on Community and Grassroots Associations and Organizations]. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 33 (3), 3S-7S.

Robinson, John P. and David H. Smith. 2016 (forthcoming). “Deciphering Trends in American Volunteering.” College Park, MD: University of Maryland, Dept. of Sociology, unpublished paper submitted for editorial review.

Schuman, Howard, Alex Inkeles, and David H. Smith. 1967.”Some Social Psychological Effects and Non-Effects of Literacy,” Economic Development and Cultural Change, 16(1):1-14

Smith, David H.  1966a. “A Psychological Model of Individual Participation in Formal Voluntary Organizations: Application to Some Chilean Data,” American Journal of Sociology, 72: 249-266.

Smith, David H. 1966b. “The Importance of Formal Voluntary Organizations for Society,” Sociology and Social Research, 50: 483-92.

Smith, David H. 1966c. “Research Note: Comparison of Self-Reported Participation in Formal Voluntary Organizations with Ratings of Participation Given by Leaders,” Rural Sociology 31(3): 362-65.

Smith, David H., and Alex Inkeles.  1966. “The OM Scale: A Comparative Socio-Psychological Measure of Individual Modernity,” Sociometry [now the Social Psychology Quarterly], 29(4):353-377.

Smith, David H. 1967. “A Parsimonious Definition of ‘Group’: Toward Conceptual Clarity and Scientific Utility,” Sociological Inquiry, 37:141-168.

Smith, David H. 1969. “Evidence for a General Activity Syndrome: A Survey of Townspeople in Eight Massachusetts Town and Cities.” Pp. 453-4 in Proceedings of the 77th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Vol. 4.  Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Smith, David H., and Richard F. McGrail. 1969. “Community Control of Schools: A Review of Issues and Options.” Urban and Social Change Review, 3(1):1-9.

Smith, David H. 1972a. “Major Analytical Areas of Voluntary Action Theory and Research: Version 2.” Journal of Voluntary Action Research [now Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly], 1( 1): 6-19.

Smith, David H. 1972b. “Modernization and the Emergence of Volunteer Organizations,” International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 13: 113-134.

Smith, David H. 1972c. “Organizational Boundaries and Organizational Affiliates.” Sociology and Social Research, 56(4): 494-512.

Smith, David H. 1972d. “Ritual in Voluntary Association,” Journal of Voluntary Action Research [now Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly], 1(4):39-53.

Smith, David H. 1972e. “Types of Volunteers and Voluntarism.” Volunteer Administration, 6(3):3-10.

Smith, David H. 1972f. “What are Non-Governmental Organizations, Voluntary Associations, or Voluntary Groups?” International Associations, 24:  612-620.

Smith, David H. 1972g. “Research and Communication Needs in Voluntary Action,” Occasional Paper No. 2, Center for a Voluntary Society Occasional Paper Series, 1972.  Also published in John Cull and Richard Hardy, eds., Volunteerism: An Emerging Profession, Springfield, Ill.: C.C. Thomas, 1974: 111-186.

Smith, David H., Richard D. Reddy, and Burt R. Baldwin. 1972. “Types of voluntary Action: A definitional essay.” Pp. 159-195 in Voluntary Action Research: 1972, edited by D. H. Smith, R. D. Reddy, and B. R. Baldwin. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Smith, David H. 1973a. “Information Systems for the Voluntary/NGO Non-Profit Sector,”

International Associations, 25: 608-611.

Smith, David H. 1973b. “Modernization and the Emergence of Voluntary Organizations.” Pp. 49-73 in Voluntary Action Research: 1973, edited by David H. Smith. Lexington, Mass.:  Lexington Books, D.C. Heath.

Smith, David H. 1973c. “Voluntarism and Socio-Economic Development,” Journal of Voluntary Action Research [now Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly], 2 (3): 156-160.

Smith, David H., Mary Seguin, and Marjorie Collins.  1973 “Dimensions and Categories of Voluntary Organizations/NGOs.” Journal of Voluntary Action Research [now Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly], 2 (2):116-120.

Smith, David H. with John Dixon. 1973. “The Voluntary Society.” Pp. 202-227 in Challenge to Leadership, edited by Edward C. Bursk, New York: Free Press.

Smith, David H. 1975. “Voluntary Action and Voluntary Groups,” Annual Review of Sociology, 1: 247-70.

Smith, David H, and Burt R. Baldwin. 1975. “Parental Influence, Socioeconomic Status, and Volunteer Organization Participation Journal of Voluntary Action Research [now Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly], 3(3-4): 59-66.

Smith, David H. 1976. “Off Target Again – A Response to Schnaiberg,” The School Review, 84(2): 300-307.

Smith, David H. 1979a. “Political Psychology and the Proliferation of Interdisciplinary Fields in the Social-Behavioral Sciences–Part One,” Political Psychology 1(2): 106-112.

Smith, David H. 1979b. “The Diversity of Transnational Associations and NGOs: Variations according to structural-functional types,” Transnational Associations 31(6): 245-249.

Smith, David H. and Barbara L. Smith. 1979a. “NGO Operational Tasks and Problems, A Checklist for Improving Efficiency and Effectiveness, Part One.” Transnational Associations 31(3):12-17.

 Smith, David H. and Barbara L. Smith. 1979b. “NGO Operational Tasks and Problems.  Part Two.” Transnational Associations 31(4):29-35.

Smith, David H. and Barbara L. Smith. 1979c. “NGO Operational Tasks and Problems.  Part Three.” Transnational Associations 31(5):50-57.

Smith, David H. 1980. “The Impact of the Voluntary Sector on Society.” Pp. 2.1-2.12 in Tracy Connors, ed., The Nonprofit Organization Handbook. New York: McGraw-Hill. [Also included in 2nd edition, 1988.]

Smith, David H. 1980. “Political Psychology and the Proliferation of Interdisciplinary Fields in the Social-Behavioral Sciences–Part Two,” Political Psychology 2 (1): 85-92.

Smith, David H., Burt R. Baldwin, and William O. Chittick. 1980. “U.S. Transnational Voluntary Organizations and International Development,” International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 21(3-4): 10-25.

Smith, David H., and Fred Elkin. 1980. “Volunteers, Voluntary Organizations, and Development: An Introduction,” International Journal of Comparative Sociology, XXI(3-4): 1-9.

Smith, David H.  1981. “Altruism, Volunteers, and Volunteerism.” Journal of Voluntary Action Research [now, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly] 10(1):21-36.

Smith, David H.  1982. “Fundamental Intrinsic Duality, Social Scientific Debates, and the Nature of Psychosocial Modernity: A Reanalysis and Reply to Rau and Others,” American Sociological Review 47: 690-693.

Smith, David H.  1983. “Churches are generally ignored in contemporary voluntary action research: Causes and consequences,” Review of Religious Research 24 (4): 295-303. [Note: Printed identically in two journals because of its importance to the two Editors.]

Smith, David H. 1983. “Synanthrometrics: On Progress in the Development of a

General Theory of Voluntary Action and Citizen Participation.” Pp. 80-94 in D. H. Smith, J. Van Til, et al., eds., International Perspectives on Voluntary Action Research. Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, 1983.

Smith, David H., and Burt R. Baldwin. 1983. “Voluntary Organization Prevalence in the States of the U.S.A.: Presentation and a Test of the Revised Smith Model” pp. 50-62 in D. H. Smith and J. Van Til, et al., eds. International Perspectives on Voluntary Action Research. Washington, DC: University Press of America, 1983.

Smith, David H., and Karl Pillemer. 1983. “Self Help Groups as Social Movement Organizations: Social Structure and Social Change,” Pp. 220-233 in Louis Kriesberg, ed., Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change: A Research Annual, Vol. 5, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.

Smith, David H.  1984. “Churches are generally ignored in contemporary voluntary action research:  causes and consequences,” Journal of Voluntary Action Research [now Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly], 13, 4:11-18. [Note: Printed identically in two journals because of its importance to the two Editors.]

Smith, David H. 1985. “Attracting volunteers and staffing shrinking programs,” Pp. 225-251 in G. Tobin, ed., Planning and Social Service Delivery in the Voluntary Sector.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press.

Smith, David H.  1986. “Outstanding Local Voluntary Organizations in the 1960’s: Their Distinguishing Characteristics,” Journal of Voluntary Action Research [now Nonprofit and

Voluntary Sector Quarterly], 15 (3): 24-35.

Smith, David H.  1990. “Voluntary Inter-Cultural Exchange and Understanding Groups: The Roots of Success in U.S. Sister City Programs.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology, XXXI (3 &4): 177-192.

Smith, David H. and Burt R. Baldwin. 1990. “Voluntary Group Prevalence Among the U.S. States:  Factors Affecting the Distribution of Intercultural Understanding Groups (Sister City Programs).”  International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 31 (1-2): 79-85.

Smith, David H.  1991a. “Four Sectors or Five? Retaining the Member-Benefit Sector.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 20:137-150.

Smith, David H. 1991b. “Student Applications of Social Psychology in Introductory Social

Psychology Classes.” Teaching Sociology, 19(2):193-199.

Smith, David H. 1992a. “A Neglected Type of Voluntary Nonprofit Organization: Exploration of the Semiformal, Fluid-Membership Organization.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 21(3): 251-69.

Smith, David H. 1992b. “Encouraging Student Participation in Large Classes: A Modest

Proposal,” Teaching Sociology, 20 (4):337-339. [ Part of a special issue entitled “20 Great Ideas for Teaching Sociology.”]

Smith, David H. 1992c. “National Nonprofit, Voluntary Associations: Some Parameters.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 21(1):81-94.

Smith, David H. 1993a. “Public Benefit and Member Benefit Nonprofit, Voluntary Groups.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 22(1):53-68.

Smith, David H. 1993b. “The Field of Nonprofit and Voluntary Action Research: Then and Now.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 22(3): 197-200.

Smith, David H.  1994a. “Determinants of Voluntary Association Participation and Volunteering:  A Literature Review.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 23(3): 243-64.

Smith, David H.  1994b. “Some Understudied Nonprofit Research Topics: The 1994 ISTR

Conference and Beyond.”  Voluntas 5(3), 1994: 349-58.

Smith, David H. 1995a. “Democratic Personality.” Pp. 941-43 in The Encyclopedia of Democracy.  Volume 3, Seymour Martin Lipset, ed. Washington, D.C.:  Congressional Quarterly Books.

Smith, David H. 1995b. “Some Challenges in Nonprofit and Voluntary Action Research.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.  24: 99-101.

Smith, David H., and Michael A. Malec. 1995. “Learning Students’ Names in Sociology Classes: Interactive Tactics and Who Uses Them.” Teaching Sociology. 23(3): 280-286.

Smith, David H.  1996a. “Developing a More Interactive Classroom: A Continuing Odyssey.” Teaching Sociology, 24: 64-75.

Smith, David H.  1996b. “Improving the International Classification of Nonprofit Organizations.” Nonprofit Management and Leadership 6 (3): 317-24.

Smith, David H. 1996c. “Teaching a Course in Deviant Groups: A Neglected Side of Deviance.” Teaching Sociology, 24, 177-188.

Smith, David H. and Ce Shen. 1996. “Factors Characterizing the Most Effective Nonprofits Managed by Volunteers,” Nonprofit Management and Leadership, 6 (3), 1996: 271-89.

Smith, David H.  1997a. “Grassroots Associations Are Important: Some Theory and a Review of the Impact Literature.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 26(3): 269-306.

Smith, David H.  1997b. “The International History of Grassroots Associations.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 38(3-4): 189-216.

Smith, David H.  1997c. “The Rest of the Nonprofit Sector: Grassroots Associations as the Dark Matter Ignored in Prevailing ‘Flat-Earth’ Maps of the Sector.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 26:114-131.

Smith, David H. 1998. “Negative Social Capital and Deviant Voluntary Groups.” International Conference on Social Capital. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

Smith, David H. 1999a. “Researching Volunteer Associations and Other Nonprofits: An Emergent Interdisciplinary Field and Possible New Discipline.” The American Sociologist 30 (4):5-35.

Smith, David H.  1999b. “The Effective Grassroots Association, I:  Organizational Factors that Produce Internal Impact.”  Nonprofit Management & Leadership, 9(4): 443-56.

Smith, David H.  1999c. “The Effective Grassroots Association, II: Organizational Factors that Produce External Impact.” Nonprofit Management & Leadership, 10(1):103-116.

Smith, David H.  2001. “The Impact of the Voluntary Sector on Society.” Pp. 79-87 in The Nature of the Nonprofit Sector, edited by J. Steven Ott. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Smith, David H. and Ce Shen. 2002. “The Roots of Civil Society: A Model of Voluntary Association Prevalence Applied to Data on Larger Contemporary Nations.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 42(2): 93-133.

Smith, David H. 2003. “A History of ARNOVA” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 32(3): 458-472.

Smith, David H.  2004. “Grassroots Association.” Pp. 211-215 in D. Burlingame, Ed., Philanthropy in America: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

Smith, David H. 2010a. “Grassroots Associations.” Pp. 804-810 in Helmut K. Anheier, Stefan Toepler, and Regina List, eds., International Encyclopedia of Civil Society. New York: Springer.

Smith, David H.  2010b. “Membership and Membership Associations.” Pp. 982-990 in Helmut K. Anheier, Stefan Toepler, and Regina List, eds., International Encyclopedia of Civil Society. New York: Springer.

Smith, David H.  2011a. “Foreword.” [On Deviance and Misconduct in the Nonprofit Sector.] Pp. vii-xviii in Christopher Corbett, Advancing Nonprofit Stewardship Through Self-Regulation: Translating Principles into Practice. Sterling, VA: Kumarian Press.

Smith, David H.  2011b. “Urban-Suburban Hierarchical Dominance and Associational Prevalence in Eight Massachusetts Communities: Re-examining Data from the 1960s.” 2011. China Third Sector Research, 1:105-109. [Text in Chinese; References & Abstract in English.].

Smith, David H.  2013a. “Explaining the Prevalence of Voluntary Associations Among 351 Massachusetts Municipalities Circa 1965: Testing a Theory.” China Nonprofit Review (English edition), 5:177-193.

Smith, David H.  2013b. “Growth of Research Associations and Journals in the Emerging Discipline of Altruistics.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 42(4): 638-656.

Smith, David H. 2013c. “Trends in the Internal Structures, Processes, and Activities of Grassroots and Supra-Local Associations in the Past 200 Years in Western Nations.” Civil Society in Russia and Beyond 4(4): 37-40.

Smith, David H. 2014a. “An Interdisciplinary Theory of Individual Volunteering and Why So Few Researchers Have Tested It.” Civil Society in Russia and Beyond (English translation of journal name, published in Russian), 5(2):35-42.

Smith, David H. 2014b. “S-Theory: Explaining Individual Human Behavior.” [In Russian, in the Russian language journal] Институт языкознания РАН [Journal of Psycholinguistics], #22(4):139-157.

Smith, David H.  2014c. “The Current State of Civil Society and Volunteering in the World, the USA, and China.” China Nonprofit Review (English edition), 6(1): 137-150.

Smith, David H.  2014d. “The Global Spirit of Philanthropy and Altruism: Meanings, Experiences, and Some Biological Roots.” China Nonprofit Review (English edition), 6(2):

177-196.

Smith, David H., and Dan Sundblom. 2014. “Growth of Research-Information Centers, University Departments, and Schools/Colleges in the Emerging Discipline of Voluntaristics-Altruistics.” Paper presented at the Annual Conference of ARNOVA, Denver, CO, November 21-23.

Smith, David H. 2015a. “S-Theory as a Comprehensive Explanation of Formal Volunteering: Testing The Theory of Everyone on Russian National Sample Interview Data.” Paper presented at the annual Conference of ARNOVA, Chicago, IL, USA, November 19-21. Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College, Department of Sociology, unpublished paper submitted for editorial review.

Smith, David H. 2015b. “Voluntary Associations, Sociology of.” Pp. 252-260 in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd ed., Vol. 25. J. D. Wright, Editor-in-Chief. Oxford, UK: Elsevier.

Smith, David H. 2015c. “Voluntary Organizations.” Pp. 261-267 in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd ed., Vol. 25. J. D. Wright, Editor-in-Chief. Oxford, UK: Elsevier.

Smith, David H. 2016a. “A Survey of Voluntaristics: Research on the Growth of the Global, Interdisciplinary, Socio-Behavioral Science Field and Emergent Inter-Discipline.” Voluntaristics Review: Brill Research Perspectives 1(2):1-81.

Smith, David H. 2016b. “Editorial Introduction.” Voluntaristics Review: Brill Research Perspectives 1(1):VII-IX.

Smith, David H. 2016c. “Editorial Introduction.” Voluntaristics Review: Brill

Research Perspectives 1(3):1-2.

Smith, David H. 2016d. “Editorial Introduction.” Voluntaristics Review: Brill

Research Perspectives 1(4): 1-3.

Smith, David H. (in press) 2016e. “Preface” to Chinese translation edition of D. H. Smith, R. A. Stebbins, and M. A. Dover. A Dictionary of Nonprofit Terms and Concepts. [Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2006]. Chinese translation edition by Prof. Xinye WU: Beijing, China: Peking University Press.

Smith, David H. (forthcoming) 2016f. “The Complex Psychology of Formal Volunteering: Testing S-Theory, as The Theory of Everyone, on Russian National Sample Interview Data.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College, Dept. of Sociology, unpublished paper submitted for editorial review.

Smith, David H., with Sarah Dury, John Mohan, Robert A. Stebbins. (in press) 2016. “Volunteering as Related to Other Leisure Activities.” Chapter 5 in Palgrave Handbook of Volunteering, Civic Participation, and Nonprofit Associations, edited by D.H. Smith, R. A. Stebbins, and J. Grotz. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Smith, David H., with Sharon Eng and Kelly Albertson. 2016 (in press). “The Darker Side of Philanthropy: How Self-Interest and Incompetence Can Overcome a Love of Mankind and Serving the Public Interest.” Pp. 273-286 in Tobias Jung, Susan Phillips, and Jenny Harrow, eds. The Routledge Companion to Philanthropy. London, UK: Routledge.

Smith, David H., Boguslawa Sardinha, Alisa Moldavanova, Hsiang-Kai Dennis Dong, Meenaz Kassam, Young-ioo Lee, and Aminata Sillah. (in press) 2016. “Conducive Motivations and Psychological Influences on Volunteering.” Chapter 30 in Palgrave Handbook of Volunteering, Civic Participation, and Nonprofit Associations, edited by D.H. Smith, R. A. Stebbins, and J. Grotz. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Smith, David H., with Stijn van Puyvelde. 2016 (in press). “S-Theory as a Comprehensive Interdisciplinary Model of Volunteering and Pro-Social Behavior.” Chapter 31 in Palgrave Handbook of Volunteering, Civic Participation, and Nonprofit Associations, edited by D.H. Smith, R. A. Stebbins, and J. Grotz. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Smith, David H., and Lili Wang. (in press) 2016. “Conducive Social Roles and Demographics Influencing Volunteering.” Chapter 28 in Palgrave Handbook of Volunteering, Civic Participation, and Nonprofit Associations, edited by D. H. Smith, R. A. Stebbins, and J. Grotz. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Smith, David H., with Ting Zhao. (in press) 2016. “Review and Assessment of China’s Nonprofit Sector after Mao: Emerging Civil Society?” Voluntaristics Review: Brill Research Perspectives 1(5).

Smith, David H. and Christopher Einolf. 2016. “The Positive Relationship Among

Different Individual Leisure Time Activities and Activity Domains: Evidence from Three U.S. Representative National Sample Surveys for a Leisure General Activity Pattern/LGAP.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College, Department of Sociology, unpublished paper submitted for editorial review.

Smith, David H., and Irina Mersianova. 2016. “S-Theory as a Comprehensive Explanation of Informal Volunteering: Testing a Theory of Everyone on Russian National Sample Interview Data.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College, Department of Sociology, Unpublished paper submitted for editorial review.

Smith, David H. and John P. Robinson. 2016. “Evidence from Two U.S. Representative National Sample Surveys for Empirical Clustering among Different Leisure Activities in a Leisure General Activity Pattern/LGAP.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College, Department of Sociology, unpublished paper submitted for editorial review.

Smith, David H., and John P. Robinson. 2016.  “Data Contradicting Putnam’s Two Participation Decline Theses: Recent Volunteering and Membership Rates and Trends in North America and Elsewhere.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Department of Sociology, Boston College, unpublished paper submitted for editorial review.

Smith, David H.  (forthcoming) 2016. “Civil Society in the USA: A Research-Based Overview of Key Aspects.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Department of Sociology, Boston College, unpublished paper submitted for editorial review.

Smith, David H.  (forthcoming) 2016. “Determinants of the Leisure General Activity Pattern (LGAP) in Russia: Confirmation of the Role of the Active-Effective Character Trait Complex as an Influence.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Dept. of Sociology, Unpublished paper submitted for editorial review.

Smith, David H. (forthcoming) 2016.  “Leisure Deep Structure Theory: Leisure Activities and the Leisure General Activity Pattern.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Department of Sociology, Boston College, unpublished paper submitted for editorial review. 

Smith, David H.  (forthcoming) 2016. “Democracy in America 180 Years after De Tocqueville: Old and New Types of Citizen Participation in Local Government.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Department of Sociology, Boston College, unpublished paper submitted for editorial review.

Smith, David H. 2016. “Integrating Theories of Behavior in Order to Develop a More Comprehensive and Interdisciplinary Paradigm.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College, Department of Sociology, Unpublished paper submitted for editorial review.

Smith, David H. 2016.  “Five Analytical Types of Volunteering: History, Conflation-Ignorance, Distinctiveness, and Interrelationships.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College, Dept. of Sociology, unpublished paper.

Smith, David H. (forthcoming) 2016. “Four Global Associational Revolutions: Explaining Their Causes and Setting Straight the Socio-Historical Record.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College, Dept. of Sociology, unpublished paper submitted for editorial review.

Smith, David H. 2016.  “The History of Volunteer Service Programs: A Quiet Revolution in the Nonprofit Voluntary Sector.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College, Dept. of Sociology, unpublished paper under editorial review.

Smith, David H. 2016. “Developing an Empirically-Supported Theory about the Ideologies of Deviant Nonprofit Groups: Exploration of the Dark Side of Civil Society.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College, Department of Sociology, Unpublished paper under editorial review.

Smith, David H. 2016. “Developing an Empirically-Supported Theory about Joining and Membership in Deviant Nonprofit Groups: Exploration of the Dark Side of the Voluntary Sector.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College, Department of Sociology, Unpublished paper under editorial review.

Smith, David H. 2016. “Developing an Empirically-Supported Theory About the Origins Phase of Deviant Nonprofit Groups: Exploration of the Dark Side of the Nonprofit Sector.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College, Department of Sociology, Unpublished paper under editorial review.

Smith, David H. 2016. “Developing an Empirically-Supported Theory about the Structure and Leadership in Deviant Nonprofit Groups: Exploration of the Dark Side of the Third Sector.” Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College, Department of Sociology, Unpublished paper under editorial review.

Smith, David H. 2016. “Material vs. Personal Resource Attraction Systems in Local, All-Volunteer, Membership Groups (Grassroots Associations).” Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College, Department of Sociology, Unpublished paper under editorial review.

Smith, David H. (forthcoming) 2017. “The Global, Historical and Contemporary Impacts of Voluntary Membership Associations on Human Societies.” Voluntaristics Review: Brill Research Perspectives 2(2).

Smith, David H. (forthcoming) 2017.  “A Survey of Major Bases of Human Social Solidarity and Pro-Sociality:

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