Health Behavior and Health Education: Theory, Research, and Practice
Karen Glanz, Barbara K. Rimer, K. Viswanath
John Wiley & Sons, Aug 28, 2008 - Medical - 592 pages
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This fourth edition of the classic book, Health Behavior and Health Education: Theory, Research, and Practice provides a comprehensive, highly accessible, and in-depth analysis of health behavior theories that are most relevant to health education. This essential resource includes the most current information on theory, research, and practice at individual, interpersonal, and community and group levels. This edition includes substantial new content on current and emerging theories of health communication, e-health, culturally diverse communities, health promotion, the impact of stress, the importance of networks and community, social marketing, and evaluation.
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An informative work offering views and perspectives on health....The social dimension may not be all there is but it sure is an influence on health. Several evidences support this. For one, increasing research findings point to the association of negative interactions at the personal level to a number of mental health conditions such as depression, negative mood, and substance abuse.
In fact, early studies on the influence of social network such as those conducted by John Cassey pointed to the ‘protective’ role social support played to the vulnerability of individuals to the adverse health effects of stress. Cassey’s work in the 1970s that involve human as well as animal research even show the influence of social support, along with other factors at the psychological level, on the etiology of disease, thus indicating the possible influence of social support on the incidence as well as prevalence of a broad range of health outcomes. Apparently, this early work gave impetus to the development of, or at least the accommodation by, different social psychological and sociological theories as to the fundamental interpersonal processes behind the link between health and social relationships
CHAPTER 13IMPROVING HEALTH THROUGH COMMUNITY
CHAPTER 16 COMMUNICATION THEORY AND HEALTH
REFERENCES CHAPTER 17 PERSPECTIVES ON GROUP ORGANIZATION
THEORY AND PRACTICE
CHAPTER 21 EVALUATIONOF THEORYBASED
FOR THEORYBASED INTERVENTIONS
COMMUNITY AND GROUP MODELS
INTERVENTIONS CHALLENGES TO CONDUCTING AND EVALUATING