Citizen participation in neighborhood health centers for the poor: the politics of reform organizational change, 1965-77.

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Through a longitudinal study of neighborhood health centers for the poor in the United States, this paper presents an analysis of the political economy of change within reform organizations. In the final accounting, we seek to explain the shift in the role of poor people participating in health care decision making from that of program developer and change… (More)

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