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The classic guide to transforming developing communities sustainably—and for the better.How can public health workers, policy experts, and medical professionals work with members of developing nations to promote social change in rapid, cost-effective, and locally appropriate ways? In Just and Lasting Change, Daniel C. and Carl E. Taylor present readers with an innovative, proven, and site-specific guide to helping communities thrive through growing their own change in partnership with experts, donors, and government.The Taylors built their decades-long careers by partnering with key thinkers to combat inequity, environmental degradation, and globalization. The SEED-SCALE model they describe enables people (wherever they might live) to transform their communities by analyzing their local context in relation to the global, taking appropriate actions based on their priorities and resources, and assessing what succeeding actions may be needed to continue making progress.Just and Lasting Change describes, step by step, how the SEED-SCALE model can be effectively implemented. Drawing from a variety of engaging personal experiences and case studies, this wide-ranging book describes early attempts to promote social development a century ago, as well as current efforts in South America, Africa, and Asia. It also reveals how community-based social change unfolded in America, spurred at different points by Abraham Lincoln's leadership style and the Green Bay Packers's ownership model, and presents readers with thematic global examples from the anti-smoking campaign, Green Revolution, Child Survival Revolution, and urban agriculture. The second edition of this pathbreaking handbook offers a hopeful description of how people have improved the quality of life in diverse communities around the world and is fully revised and updated with Five completely new chapters Thirteen years of scholarship and global evidence Contributions from leading international experts in community-based development and public health

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  1. Cover
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  1. Half-Title Page, Title Page, Copyright, Dedication
  2. pp. i-vi
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  1. Table of Contents
  2. pp. vii-x
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  1. Foreword
  2. pp. xi-xii
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  1. Glossary: The SEED-SCALE Process
  2. pp. xiii-xvi
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 1-10
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  1. Part One: The Claim: A Just and Lasting Future Is Possible
  1. 1. Getting Started
  2. pp. 11-12, 13-33
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  1. 2. Our Maturing Understanding of Community Change
  2. pp. 34-44
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  1. 3. Making a Large and Lasting Impact
  2. pp. 45-62
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  1. 4. Synopsis of SEED-SCALE
  2. pp. 63-87
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  1. 5. Assuring Accountability through Better Paperwork
  2. pp. 88-96
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  1. 6. A Crisis Can Become an Opportunity
  2. Henry G. Taylor, Carl E. Taylor, Daniel C. Taylor
  3. pp. 97-108
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  1. Part Two: Historical Demonstrations
  1. 7. The World’s First Example of Intentional, Community-Based Development: Ding Xian, China
  2. pp. 109-110, 111-124
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  1. 8. Abraham Lincoln: Setting America’s Modernization in Motion
  2. pp. 125-136
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  1. 9. An Evolving Balance between People and Nature: The Adirondacks, New York
  2. pp. 137-150
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  1. 10. Development without Wealth: Kerala, India
  2. pp. 151-162
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  1. Part Three: Evidence from the Community Level
  1. 11. A Better Pattern for Cities: Curitiba, Brazil
  2. pp. 163-164, 165-172
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  1. 12. The Role of Conceptual and Cultural Breakthroughs: Narangwal, India
  2. pp. 173-188
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  1. 13. Out of the Shadows: Women in Afghanistan
  2. Shukria Hassan and Besmillah Sakhizada
  3. pp. 189-208
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  1. 14. Evolution of a World Training Center: Jamkhed, India
  2. Mabelle and Raj Arole
  3. pp. 209-220
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  1. 15. Addiction as a Barrier to Development: Gadchiroli, India
  2. Abhay and Rani Bang
  3. pp. 221-227
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  1. 16. The Green Bay Packers: Community-Owned Energy
  2. Paz Abella Magat
  3. pp. 228-236
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  1. Part Four: Large-Scale Applications
  1. 17. Scaling Up Tobacco Control: Creating Authority by International Convention
  2. Heather L. Wipfli, Jonathan M. Samet
  3. pp. 237-238, 239-250
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  1. 18. Urban Agriculture: A Powerful Engine for Sustainable Cities
  2. Jac Smit
  3. pp. 251-262
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  1. 19. Communities and Government Learning to Work Together: CLAS in Peru
  2. Laura Altobelli, Patricia Paredes, Carl E. Taylor
  3. pp. 263-273
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  1. 20. Integrating Conservation with Development: Tibet, China
  2. pp. 274-289
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  1. 21. Going to Scale with Health Care: China’s Model Counties
  2. Carl E. Taylor, Robert Parker, Zeng DongLu
  3. pp. 290-302
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  1. 22. A University’s Actions in Apartheid South Africa
  2. Brenda M. Gourley
  3. pp. 303-313
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  1. 23. A Promising Start Derailed: Kakamega, Kenya
  2. Miriam K. Were
  3. pp. 314-324
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  1. Conclusion: Patterns to Own Our Futures
  2. pp. 325-336
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. 337-340
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  1. Appendix A. A Handbook on SEED: Initiating Growth
  2. Luke C. Taylor-Ide
  3. pp. 341-360
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  1. Appendix B. A Handbook on SCALE: Growth in Improvementand Participation
  2. Luke C. Taylor-Ide
  3. pp. 361-378
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  1. Notes
  2. pp. 379-394
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  1. Authors and Contributors
  2. pp. 395-398
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  1. Index
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781421419480
Related ISBN
9781421419473
MARC Record
OCLC
1139402615
Pages
424
Launched on MUSE
2020-02-19
Language
English
Open Access
No
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