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Angela Scriven

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Introduction to Part I Principles and Practice in a Settings Approach
Introduction to part I principles and practice in a settings approach
AngelaScriven

This first part of the book critically examines a range of theoretical issues and ideas that are central to informing the promotion of health using a settings approach and, as such, creates the context for what follows in the remaining two parts. It is evident from the chapters that make up this part and elsewhere (see Whitelaw et al., cited in Chapter 1) that the settings approach has emerged from a rejection of individualistic approaches to health promotion. In addition to the fundamental values and principles that underpin health promotion, those working in settings draw on a number of disciplinary perspectives, such as organizational sociology. ...

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