Journal of Community Psychology: Community Research and Action
Posted by on June 3, 2005
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The American Journal of Community Psychology has a special issue out on Community Research and Action (vol. 35, no. 3/4, June 2005).
Volume 35 Numbers 3-4 of American Journal of Community Psychology is now available on the SpringerLink web site at http://springerlink.metapress.com.
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This issue contains:
Science and Community Psychology: Enhancing the Vitality of Community Research and Action p. 105
Abraham Wandersman, Bret Kloos, Jean Ann Linney, Marybeth Shinn
Toward a Comprehensive Strategy for Effective Practitioner-Scientist Partnerships and Larger-Scale Community Health and Well-Being p. 107
Richard L. Spoth, Mark T. Greenberg
Developing Effective Prevention Services for the Real World: A Prevention Service Development Model p. 127
Irwin Sandler, Amy Ostrom, Mary Jo Bitner, Tim S. Ayers, Sharlene Wolchik, Vicki-Smith Daniels
Developing a Community Science Research Agenda for Building Community Capacity for Effective Preventive Interventions p. 143
Matthew Chinman, Gordon Hannah, Abraham Wandersman, Patricia Ebener, Sarah B. Hunter, Pamela Imm, Jeffrey Sheldon
Enhancing Quality of Practice Through Theory of Change-Based Evaluation: Science or Practice? p. 159
David A. Julian
Learning from Communities: Overcoming Difficulties in Dissemination of Prevention and Promotion Efforts p. 169
Robin L. Miller, Marybeth Shinn
Getting the Big Picture in Community Science: Methods That Capture Context p. 185
Douglas A. Luke
Quality Criteria Under Methodological Pluralism: Implications for Conducting and Evaluating Research p. 201
Chris Barker, Nancy Pistrang
Community Science, Philosophy of Science, and the Practice of Research p. 213
Jacob Kraemer Tebes
Community Psychology Is (Thank God) More Than Science p. 231
Scientists in the Swamp: Narrowing the Language-Practice Gap in Community Psychology p. 239
Jacob Z. Hess
Might We Practice What We’ved Preached? Thoughts on the Special Issue Papers p. 253
Jean Ann Linney
Community Science: Creating an Alternative Place to Stand? p. 259
The Society for Community Research and Action Membership Application p. 269
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