Psychology in the Community

@inproceedings{Kagan2007PsychologyIT,
  title={Psychology in the Community},
  author={C. Kagan and Amanda Kilroy},
  year={2007}
}
This chapter will outline the key principles of community psychology, look at how community well-being is understood, and explore the role of boundary critique as a means of developing critical awareness about community interventions designed to enhance well-being. A specific example of the evaluation of participatory arts projects will be used to examine one part of the process which was designed to examine boundaries between artists and researchers in order for the evaluation to proceed… CONTINUE READING