Conceptualizing Organizational Domains of Community Empowerment through Empowerment Evaluation in Estonian Communities

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  title={Conceptualizing Organizational Domains of Community Empowerment through Empowerment Evaluation in Estonian Communities},
  author={Anu Kasmel and Pernille Tanggaard},
  year={2011}
}
The importance of community empowerment has been strongly emphasized in health promotion publications in Western societies. Only a few studies exist to highlight the empowerment processes in countries in transition in Eastern Europe. A multi-stage study was designed to develop a context-specific survey instrument appropriate for evaluating the changes in the community empowerment process within the context of health promotion programs in Rapla, Estonia. The current study comprises the first… CONTINUE READING

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