Emerging Theories in Health Promotion Practice and Research: Strategies for Improving Public Health
John Wiley & Sons, 15 oct. 2002 - 432 pages
"Having so many theories put together thoughtfully, proximally, in a single book will help the field come to grips with what the role is of theories as we go forward and address the individual actions, and societal and community influencers of individual action, that promote healthy behaviors."
--Jim Marks, director, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
New and longstanding threats to public health, such as violence, drug misuse, HIV/AIDS, and homelessness are creating an ever greater demand for innovative theories that are responsive to the changes in the larger social environment. This important work is designed to fill the demand by assembling a careful selection of new and emerging health promotion theories into a single volume, written with an emphasis on practical application of theory to health promotion and health education programs.
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3 The InformationMotivationBehavioral Skills Model
4 The Elaboration Likelihood Model of Persuasion Health Promotions That Yield Sustained Behavioral Change
5 Application of the Authoritative Parenting Model to Adolescent Health Behavior
6 Natural Helper Models to Enhance a Communitys Health and Competence
7 Toward a Comprehensive Understanding of Community Coalitions Moving from Practice to Theory
8 Community Capacity Concept Theory and Methods
10 Prevention Marketing An Emerging Integrated Framework
11 Conservation of Resources Theory Application to Public Health Promotion
12 The Theory of Gender and Power A Social Structural Theory for Guiding Public Health Interventions
13 The Behavioral Ecological Model Integrating Public Health and Behavioral Science
14 Reflections on Emerging Theories in Health Promotion Practice
9 Social Capital Theory Implications for CommunityBased Health Promotion
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