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"Consumption Philanthropy: 'Taking Care of Your Own Business First.'"
Paul G. Schervish. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 4, no. 2 (1993): 223-232.
This paper addresses three topics to which researchers should turn their attention in regard to the dependent variable of giving and volunteering.

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"Contemporary Gospels of Wealth: Narratives of Power and Responsibility."
Paul G. Schervish. Advancing Philanthropy: Journal of the National Society of Fund Raising Executives 1, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 26-29.
The number of millionaires in the United States could triple within the next 20 years, as wealth is transferred from the aging wealthy to their children. What can fundraisers expect when they knock on the doors of tomorrow's donors? A researcher on philanthropy and wealth discusses six factors that encourage a charitable commitment in the next generation.

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"Contributory Philanthropy: 'I Go to Functions, But I Don't Get Involved.' "
Paul G. Schervish. In Taking Giving Seriously, edited by Paul G. Schervish, Obie Benz, Peggy Dulaney, Thomas B. Murphy, and Stanley Salett. Indianapolis: Indiana University Center on Philanthropy, 1993. 85-104.
This paper proposes a definition of philanthropy as a social relation of care and explores what it means for philanthropy to become integral to moral identity. To say that one has a philanthropic identity means that one's moral biography is shaped in large measure by devotion to the quantity and quality of one's charity.

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"The Dependent Variable of the Independent Sector: A Research Agenda for Improving the Definition and Measurement of Giving and Volunteering."
Paul G. Schervish. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 4, no. 2 (1993): 223-232.
This paper addresses three topics to which researchers should turn their attention in regard to the dependent variable of giving and volunteering.

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"Does Generosity Run in the Family?"
Paul G. Schervish. Advancing Philanthropy: Journal of the National Society of Fund Raising Executives 1, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 26-29.
The number of millionaires in the United States could triple within the next 20 years, as wealth is transferred from the aging wealthy to their children. What can fund raisers expect when they knock on the doors of tomorrow's donors? A researcher on philanthropy and wealth discusses six factors that encourage a charitable commitment in the next generation.

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"Philanthropy as a Moral Identity of Caritas."
Paul G. Schervish. In Taking Giving Seriously, edited by Paul G. Schervish, Obie Benz, Peggy Dulaney, Thomas B. Murphy, and Stanley Salett. Indianapolis: Indiana University Center on Philanthropy, 1993. 85-104.
This paper proposes a definition of philanthropy as a social relation of care and explores what it means for philanthropy to become integral to moral identity. To say that one has a philanthropic identity means that one's moral biography is shaped in large measure by devotion to the quantity and quality of one's charity.

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"Taking Giving Seriously".
Paul G. Schervish with essays by four philanthropists (Obie Benz, Peggy Dulany, Thomas B. Murphy, and Stanley Salett). Indianapolis: Indiana University Center on Philanthropy, 1993.
In analytical essays and personal narratives about having and sharing wealth, the contributors reveal clearly the two sides of philanthropy--its obligations and opportunities. Useful as a guide for active or potential philanthropists, as well as for scholars and fundraisers, this publication gives valuable insight into the motivation of the wealthy to give and the moral and philosophical elements of giving.

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