They Still Pick Me Up When I Fall by Diana Mendley Rauner
|Title||They Still Pick Me Up when I Fall|
|Author||Diana Mendley Rauner|
|Publisher||Columbia University Press|
|Language||English, Spanish, and French|
Rauner demonstrates a direct connection between caring in face-to-face interactions and caring organizations and a caring society, arguing that such a connection is central to our teaching of and expectations for youth. She also posits caring as a way to conceptualize social justice and recognize the connection between public and private morality. Each chapter opens with an overview of a youth-serving organization and includes at least one case study.