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Chapter 5: Analyses of Intervention Types: Community Involvement
Indeed, the great classic criteria of a good society—peace, prosperity, freedom, justice—all depend today on a new experiment in democracy, a newly extended and enhanced set of democratic institutions, within which we citizens can better discern what we really want and what we ought to want to sustain a good life on this planet for ourselves and the generations to come.
From grassroots initiatives to large-scale government campaigns, more and more public health communication interventions hail community participation and involvement as an underlying justification for their goals or as the key to their strategic approaches. Community involvement is also accorded a central part of the World Health Organization's strategy of ...