Empowerment In Action

Author: Audrey Mullender
Editor: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1137368489
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15 years on from first publication, this new edition of Empowerment in Action builds on a classic groupwork model that has stood the test of time and continues to be used as a paradigm for empowerment across the world today. Through fresh examples and the latest research, the authors have substantially updated the model to reflect contemporary social issues and new applications to groupwork. Offering a step-by-step method that is applicable across all settings, this book will help people to identify, take control and bring about change in their own lives. This is an essential read for anyone interested in groupwork, whether as a student, practitioner, trainer, service user or community member.

Empowerment In Action

Author: Godwin Uyi Ojo
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Environmental Education For Empowerment

Author: William B. Stapp
Editor: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780787223410
File Size: 72,63 MB
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Empowerment

Author: Harry Fagan
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Health Promotion In Action

Author: R. Labonté
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 0230228372
File Size: 31,63 MB
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Globalization is reshaping the field of health promotion practice. In this innovative study, the authors outline health promotion's traditional concerns and argue that 'a policy of glocalization' (thinking globally, acting locally) can succeed in establishing health equality and achieving empowerment individually, locally, nationally and globally. Drawing on international examples across Africa, Asia, Europe and North America, this study analyses economic policies and their link to health, particularly in relation to the developing world. Globalization affects health in varied ways and this book examines the competing ways in which 'global health' has been framed in public policy, concluding by revealing how health promoters can respond to globalization's new challenges.

Empowerment Ii

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ISBN: 9780770903503
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Malawi National Economic Empowerment Policy And Action Program National Economic Empowerment Policy Statements

Author: Malawi
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Studies In Empowerment

Author: Julian Rappaport
Editor: Haworth Press
ISBN: 9780866562836
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This adaptable book offers diverse applications of the empowerment model to the promotion of mental health and the prevention of mental illness. Topics span the developmental trends of empowerment as an individual achievement, a community experience, and a professional aim in relation to social intervention strategies and tactics.

The Effect Of Participation In An Environmental Action Program On Empowerment Interest And Problem Solving Skills Of Inner City Students

Author: James Nickell Bull
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Studies In Empowerment

Author: Robert E Hess
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317774388
File Size: 33,13 MB
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This adaptable book offers diverse applications of the empowerment model to the promotion of mental health and the prevention of mental illness. Topics span the developmental trends of empowerment as an individual achievement, a community experience, and a professional aim in relation to social intervention strategies and tactics.

Action For Climate Empowerment

Author: Paas, Leslie
Editor: UNESCO Publishing
ISBN: 9231001825
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Strategies For Community Empowerment

Author: Mark G. Hanna
Editor: Edwin Mellen Press
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Women S Empowerment Through Collective Action How Can Forest And Farm Producer Organisations Can Make A Difference

Author: Bolin, A.
Editor: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
ISBN: 925132445X
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This research report explores different organisational structures and social and cultural services from a gender-equality and women’s empowerment perspective. More specifically, it examines how access to social and cultural services can facilitate women’s participation in economic and political life. The producer organisation business model provides advantages in creating job opportunities and access to markets for women, positive spill-over effects in both household and group businesses, and access to social services such as vocational trainings, childcare and maternity leave – all of which support women to participate in the labour market on a more equal footing with men.

Self Directed Groupwork

Author: Audrey Mullender
Editor: Whiting & Birch Limited
ISBN: 9781871177114
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No Text This standard text has stood the test of time, and is still in demand, 15 years after its first publication. It shows what works to help people identify what is wrong in their lives and how they can bring about change. Social and community workers, teachers, youth workers, community nurses, and workers in faith-related settings helped develop the approach and will be keenly interested in the ideas contained here. .".. a most important book which should become required reading for intended and experienced groupworkers alike. ... it describes an approach to groupwork developed and refined in practice and challenges much traditional thinking ... this practice paradigm is firmly rooted in an analysis of oppression, power and change and in clearly articulated values which inform a commitment to empowerment, anti-oppressive methods of work and social change. "Issues in Social Work Education

Five Empowering Principles Of Action Research That Lead To Successful Personal And Professional Development

Author: Yoshihiko Ariizumi
Editor: University Press of Amer
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In this book, author Yoshihiko Ariizumi presents a comprehensive functionality of action research. Professor Ariizumi elaborates on the five empowering principles that make action research a tenable instrument for powerful personal growth. After laying the groundwork, Ariizumi illustrates that a principle-based approach can lead to unimaginable performance improvement. This book invites the reader to apply action research to further promote professional and personal development. Through in-depth research and lucid prose, Ariizumi presents a dynamic method for enhancing the overall quality of one's lived experience.

The Complexity Of Relationships In Action Research

Author: Ben Boog
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The relationship between researchers and research is of great importance to action researchers. It is usually characterized as dialogical, recognizing the competencies of both groups of actors involved. But in theory as well as in practice, it appears to be a very complex issue. The aim of this third book of the Dutch Action Research Network is to discuss a number of aspects related to that complexity. A great mixture of experiences, new insights, concepts and methodological devices is presented. In the last part of this book, a number of methodological issues are analyzed. The book ends with some general conclusions about the strategic role of adequate relationships in action research.

Teaching To Empower

Author: Debbie Zacarian
Editor: ASCD
ISBN: 1416628568
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"Thoughtful advice and practical guidance for educators interested helping all students develop the skills they need to engage in deeper, more autonomous learning and take positive action within the classroom, their community, and society at large"--

Affirming Action Beyond 1994

Author: Guy D. Charlton
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This text features case studies of countertrend organizations which realize that their future is dependent on bridging the gap between the supply and demand of competent people at all levels of organizational life. It aims to provide a pragmatic foundation for long-term growth.