Adapting community structures Improving fundamental community systems Reforming basic community structures
Strategically permeating and using existing community structures to allow these to become humanized.
An integral part of creating sociological man through societal re-education and re-motivation.
Tactics include: grassroots polity to enable participation of every community member in community decision through election strategies and other decision-making methods; infiltrated structures to allow intentional and strategic participation in community structures through job procurement and voluntary committee work; life-related education to provide a womb-to-tomb curriculum which is functional to the tasks of the community through wide use of media and mass education methods; leadership collegiality to develop an interchange system between community leadership directed toward a common community mission which will include businessmen, government and voluntary leaders; comprehensive coordination is intended to create a system for inter-community and intracommunity structures relating to each other in order to share research, wisdom, and to avoid duplication of services and allow for complementary efforts. An example is to strategize in local politics and enable the election of a specific candidate who operates responsibly from a global context.
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