Community-Based Participatory Research for Health: From Process to Outcomes

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Meredith Minkler, Nina Wallerstein
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 18, 2011 - Medical - 544 pages
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Minkler and Wallerstein have pulled together a fantastic set of contributions from the leading researchers in the field. In addition to a fine collection of case studies, this book puts the key issues for researchers and practitioners in a historical, philosophical, and applied, practical context
 

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Contents

REFERENCES
THE GROWING SUPPORT FOR CBPR
SEMANTICS AND CORE PRINCIPLES
CBPR AND THE FIGHT TO ELIMINATE HEALTH DISPARITIES
CONTINUING CONCERNS AND NEW EMPHASES
ORGANIZATION OF THIS BOOK
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
DISCRIMINATION IN DISASTER RELIEF
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
SURVEY DATA FROM THE EAST SIDE VILLAGE HEALTH WORKER PARTNERSHIP
FOCUS GROUP DATA FROM A LATINO MENS SOCCER LEAGUE
MAPPING DATA IN THE WATCHPERSON PROJECT AND EL PUENTE
LESSONS LEARNED
SUMMARY

KEY TERMS
HISTORICAL ROOTS
CORE CONCEPTS AND NEW THEORIES
FEMINISM POSTSTRUCTURALISM AND POSTCOLONIALISM
PAULO FREIRE AND PRAXIS
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
KEY TERMS
CBPR DEFINITION AND KEY PRINCIPLES
ISSUES IN DEVELOPING AND FOLLOWING CBPR PRINCIPLES
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
KEY TERMS
REFERENCES
USING CPPR AS A FRAMEWORK
THE FIT BETWEEN DESIGNS AND PROJECTS
EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN LESSONS FROM THE BUILDING WELLNESS PILOT
CPIC
THE ROAD AHEAD FOR CPIC
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
KEY TERMS
REFERENCES
FRAMEWORK OF OPPRESSION AND RACISM
TRANSLATING CULTURE
WHITE PRIVILEGE
BUILDING ALLIANCES ACROSS DIFFERENCES
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
REFERENCES
OPTIONS FOR THE ACADEMIC
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE ACADEMIC
SUMMARY
KEY TERMS
REFERENCES
ACRJ AND THE HOPE PROJECTS
SETTING THE STAGE FOR PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH
IDENTIFYING SEXUAL HARASSMENT AS AN ISSUE
RESEARCHING THE PROBLEM
MOVING INTO ACTION
A YOUTHLED ORGANIZATION IS BORN
LESSONS LEARNED
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
THE TRANSGENDER COMMUNITY AND THE CBPR STUDY
PROJECT IMPACT OVER TEN YEARS
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
KEY TERMS
REFERENCES
CORE PRINCIPLES AND CONSIDERATIONS
TOOLS FOR IDENTIFYING COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND ISSUES
ISSUE SELECTION IN CBPR
WHEN PREEXISTING GOALS CONSTRAIN ISSUE SELECTION
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
KEY TERMS
INTRODUCTION TO CASE STUDIES
JUST MOVE IT
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
REFERENCES
BACKGROUND AND CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT
A PHOTOVOICE CASE STUDY FROM A COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
REFLECTING ON VALUE ADDED
RECOMMENDATIONS AND IMPLICATIONS
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
REFERENCES
WHAT IS EVALUATION?
WHAT IS PARTICIPATORY EVALUATION?
USE OF PE IN COMMUNITY HEALTH
PE ISSUES IN COMMUNITY HEALTH PROMOTION
YOUTH LINK CASE STUDY
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
REFERENCES
REFERENCES
BROADENING THE BANDWIDTH OF VALIDITY
TOWARD A PARTICIPATORY WORLDVIEW
CHOICE POINTS FOR ACTION RESEARCH
EMERGENT INQUIRY TOWARD ENDURING CONSEQUENCE
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
KEY TERMS
METHODS
IMPACTS OF CBPR ON METHODOLOGY AND PROCESSES
IMPACTS ON RESEARCH QUALITY
IMPACTS ON POWER RELATIONS
DISCUSSION
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
REFERENCES
EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA SNAPSHOT
INDUSTRIALIZED HOG PRODUCTION
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
KEY TERMS
REFERENCES
THE POLICYMAKING PROCESS
DEFINING AND FRAMING A POLICY GOAL
SELECTING A POLICY APPROACH
IDENTIFYING A TARGET
SUPPORT POWER AND OPPOSITION
POLICY PROCESS STAGES AND CBPR OPPORTUNITIES
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
KEY TERMS
CASE BACKGROUND
RESEARCH METHODS ROLES AND FINDINGS
DISCUSSION
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
REFERENCES
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
RESEARCH PARTNERS ROLES AND CONCERNS
DEFINING TOPICS AND ENHANCING PARTICIPATION
DESIGNING AND PILOTTESTING THE SURVEY
SELECTING THE SAMPLE POPULATIONS
ANALYZING THE DATA
STUDY FINDINGS
TRANSLATING FINDINGS INTO ACTION
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
KEY TERMS
FOOD INSECURITY
THE CBPR PARTNERSHIP
LEJ PARTNERSHIPS POLICY STEPS
LOCAL POLICYRELATED OUTCOMES
SUMMARY
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
KEY TERMS
STUDY BACKGROUND
LITERATURE SEARCH
ASSESSING DIMENSIONS OF PARTICIPATION AND PARTNERSHIP
FINAL MODEL AND RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN DIMENSIONS
MEASUREMENT ISSUES
SUMMARY AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH
QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION
NOTES
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Meredith Minkler, DRPH, is professor and chair of Community Health Education and Health and Social Behavior, Division of Health and Social Behavior, at the School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, California.

Nina Wallerstein, DRPH, is professor and founding director of the MPH program at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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