Idea: Community Empowerment Study Group
'This page is devoted to collecting resources for a group to use towards understanding community in the broadest sense. It will include the study of traditional "community development" of physical community assets as well as the human assets that make communities valuable socially, politically, and economically. It will also collect study options that relate to empowering communities through community self-awareness, individual participation, and leadership.'
- 1 What Is A Community?
- 2 Mutual Aid
- 3 Asset Based Community Development
- 4 Community Participation
- 5 Community Development
- 6 Communities Creating Health
- 7 Group Process
- 8 Project Management
- 9 Strategic Planning
- 10 Social Networks
- 11 Networked Social Work
- 12 Social Capital
- 13 Social Innovation
- 14 Beyond Intractability Knowledgebase
- 15 Frame Theory Of Social Structure
- 16 Field Theory in Sociology
- 17 I in We
- 18 I in Now
- 19 Education and Life Long Learning
- 20 Dunning-Kruger Effect
- 21 See Also
What Is A Community?
Asset Based Community Development
- Building Communities from the Inside Out A Key Book!!!
- A basic Capacity Inventory from the book "Building Communities from the Inside Out"
- A 96 page guide to conducting capacity inventories by the authors of Building Communities - "This guide is written for people working in communities and struggling to understand how best to capture the potential of all citizens."
- Google search on "Community Participation"
- Google Search: "Community Engagement Strategies Assessment Worksheet"
- Video advice from a 6-yr old: http://www.fahe.org/blog/straight-talk-faith/
- Community Engagement Assessment Worksheet
Communities Creating Health
- SSRI Report
- #creatinghealth on twitter
- The Creating Health Movement (more than a supliment company)
- The Children's Hospital Association (CHA)
- North Philadelphia Grassroots Community Summit
Networked Social Work
Education and Life Long Learning
- The Psychological Effect Creating “Confidently Ignorant” Voters
- Wikipedia Article: Dunning–Kruger effect