Written for the complicated and quirky world of associations and membership organizations, Open Community is about how associations can - and why they should - build community online. Grant and Dreyer provide a practical analysis of the strategic, structural, and cultural issues membership organizations face when using social media to build community.
This book contains autobiographies by 12 individuals of Korean descent. However, their background experiences are vastly different. The editor of the book, Ariel Raimundo Choi, was born in Argentina and is still a citizen of Argentina; therefore, he considers himself a Hispanic-Korean-American. Ye One Chung grew up most of her life in Israel, so she considers Israel as her home. She writes a part of her autobiography in modern Hebrew, a language Ye One Chung is fluent at.