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Understanding Ecological Programming

Merging Theory, Research, and Practice, 1st Edition

By Susan Scherffiu Jakes, Craig Brookins

CRC Press

93 pages

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Increase the effectiveness of prevention programs by altering community and social settings!

Understanding Ecological Programming: Merging Theory, Research, and Practice contains vital information to help you become a better community-based program designer using ecological programming. Focused on the basic concept of the ecological progra

Table of Contents

  • Introduction: Understanding Ecological Programming: Merging Theory, Research, and Practice (Susan Scherffius Jakes and Craig C. Brookins)
  • Understanding Ecological Programming: Evaluating Program Structure Through a Comprehensive Assessment Tool (Susan Scherffius Jakes)
  • The Adolescent Diversion Project: 25 Years of Research on an Ecological Model of Intervention (Emilie Phillips Smith, Angela M. Wolf, Dan M. Cantillon, Oseela Thomas, and William S. Davidson)
  • A Multidimensional Ecological Examination of a Youth Development Program for Military Dependent Youth (Daniel F. Perkins and Lynne M. Borden)
  • Cultivating Capacity: Outcomes of a Statewide Support System for Prevention Coalitions (Roger E. Mitchell, Brenda Stone-Wiggins, John F. Stevenson, and Paul Florin)
  • Index
  • Reference Notes Included

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
NAT010000
NATURE / Ecology