The Process of Community Health Education and Promotion takes a skills-based, applications approach to community health with distinctive coverage of culture and community, the seven areas of responsibility for the entry-level health educator, and the use of technology and the internet. This text is intended as a core text for skills-based courses in community health and methods.
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Titles of related interest from Waveland Press: Anspaugh, Developing Health Promotion Programs, Second Edition (ISBN 9781577664499) and Simons-Morton, Introduction to Health Education and Health Promotion, Second Edition (ISBN 9780881338454).From the Inside Flap:
"This book will be a great addition to the profession. It will fill a gap as no other book has done, in that it provides practical, hands-on applications and examples." — Mark Kittleson, Southern Illinois University
"Chapter 2 (Understanding Community Perspectives) is an important chapter and one that separates this text from others. It gives a very comprehensive overview of the concept of community, community-based organizations, subgroups, and the importance of considering parts rather than the whole." — Bonni C. Hodges, SUNY Cortland
"The writing style is very clear, straightforward, and accessible. The explanations of community, culture, and cultural competency are excellent. Doyle and Ward’s approach is unique, timely, and seriously needed." — Lyndall Ellingson, California State University, Chico
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0072552255