The Challenge of Community Representation.
broad community versus population-specific membership model
community advisory boards
Community-Based Participatory Research
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“Women work particularly well in community organizations”: Cultivating Community and Consumerism in the Comanche County REA Women’s Club, 1939-1940 Plutshack, Victoria; Merck, Ashton; Free, Jonathon (2022-01-16)From 1939-1941, the U.S. Rural Electrification Administration conducted a nationwide educational campaign to share the benefits of electricity with rural Americans, known as the “Electric Farm Equipment Show.” A key part ...
Promising Practices for Using Community Policing Strategies to Prevent Violent Extremism: How to Create and Implement a Community Outreach Program Schanzer, DH; Miller, Elizabeth; Toliver, Jessica (Promising Practices for Using Community Policing Strategies to Prevent Violent Extremism: How to Create and Implement a Community Outreach Program, 2016-12)
Disturbance, response, and persistence in self-organized forested communities: Analysis of robustness and resilience in five communities in Southern Indiana Fleischman, FD; Boenning, K; Garcia-Lopez, GA; Mincey, S; Schmitt-Harsh, M; Daedlow, K; Lopez, MC; ... (10 authors) (Ecology and Society, 2010-12-01)We develop an analytic framework for the analysis of robustness in social-ecological systems (SESs) over time. We argue that social robustness is affected by the disturbances that communities face and the way they respond ...