Bibliography

Academy for Educational Development (AED). Handbook for HIV prevention community planning. Washington (DC): Academy for Educational Development; 1994 April. Contract No.: 200-91-0906. Prepared for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Academy for Educational Development (AED); Porter Novelli; Johns Hopkins University. Coalitions and public health: a program managerís guide to the issues. Washington (DC): Academy for Educational Development; 1993 April. Contract No. 200-91-0906. Prepared for the National AIDS Information and Education Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Airhihenbuwa CO. Health and culture beyond the western paradigm. Thousand Oaks (CA): Sage Publications; 1995.

Akwesasne Task Force on the Environment, Research Advisory Committee. Protocol for review of environmental and scientific research proposals. Hogansburg (NY): Akwesasne Task Force on the Environment, Research Advisory Committee; 1996.

Allen RF, Allen J. A sense of community, a shared vision and a positive culture: core enabling factors in successful culture based health promotion. American Journal of Health Promotion 1987; winter:40-47.

Altman DG, Balcazar FE, Fawcett SB, Seekins T, Young JQ. Public health advocacy: creating community change to improve health. Palo Alto (CA): Stanford Health Promotion Resource Center; 1994.

American Hospital Association, Hospital Research and Educational Trust, Catholic Health Association of the U.S., VHA Inc. Special Issue: On structuring public health. CCN Vision 1996;1(3).

Arnstein SR. A ladder of citizen participation. AIP Journal 1969;July:216-224.

Benard B. Working together: principles of effective collaboration. Prevention Forum 1989;10(1):157-165.

Black TR. Coalition building: some suggestions. Child Welfare 1983;62(3):263-268.

Blum HL. Planning for health: development and application of social change theory. New York: Human Science Press; 1974.

Boston University School of Public Health; Henry S. Cole and Associates, Inc. Learning from success: health agency efforts to improve community involvement in communities affected by hazardous waste sites. Washington (DC): Henry S. Cole and Associates, Inc.; 1996 July. Funding provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Agency for Toxic Substance and Disease Registry (ATSTR).

Bracht N, Kingsbury L. Community organization principles in health promotion: a five-stage model. In: Bracht N (editor). Health promotion at the community level. Newbury Park (CA): Sage Publications; 1990.

Braithwaite RL, Bianchi C, Taylor SE. Ethnographic approach to community organization and health empowerment. Health Education Quarterly 1994;21(3):407-416.

Braithwaite RL, Lythcott N. Community empowerment as a strategy for health promotion for black and other minority populations. JAMA 1989;261(2):282-283.

Brown CR, (editor). The art of coalition building: a guide for community leaders. New York: The American Jewish Committee, Institute of Human Relations; 1991.

Butterfoss FD, Goodman RM, Wandersman A. Community coalitions for health promotion and disease prevention. Health Education Research 1993;8(3):315-330.

Butterfoss FD, Goodman RM, Wandersman A. Community coalitions for prevention and health promotion: factors predicting satisfaction, participation, and planning. Health Education Quarterly 1996;23(1):65-79.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). Ideas: community and its counterfeits [transcript]. Toronto (Canada): CBC RadioWorks; 1994 January.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Center for Prevention Services, Division of Tuberculosis Elimination. Forging partnerships to eliminate tuberculosis. Atlanta (GA): Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 1995.

Centra L, McDonald S. APEX in practice. In: National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) Newsletter. Washington (DC): National Association of County and City Health Officials; 1997 March.

Chavis DM, Newbrough JR. The meaning of community in community psychology. Journal of Community Psychology 1986;14(4):335-340.

Chavis DM, Wandersman A. Sense of community in the urban environment: a catalyst for participation and community development. American Journal of Community Psychology
1990;18(1):55-81.

Community empowerment, participatory education, and health - part 1. Health Education Quarterly special issue 1994;21(2):141-280.

Community empowerment, participatory education, and health - part 11. Health Education Quarterly special issue 1994;21(3):281-417.
Dickersin, K. Presentation at: Institute of Medicine, Committee to Identify Strategies to Raise the Profile of Substance Abuse and Alcoholism Research; 1996 March; Washington, DC.

Dignan MB, Carr P. Program planning for health education and promotion, 2nd edition. Baltimore (MD): Williams and Wilkins; 1992.

Fawcett SB, Paine-Andrews A, Francisco VT, Schultz JA, Richter KP, Lewis RK, Williams EL, Harris KJ, Berkley JY, Fisher JL, Lopez CM. Using empowerment theory in collaborative partnership for community health and development. American Journal of Community Psychology 1995;23(5):677-697.

Fawcett SB, Paine-Andrews A, Francisco VT, Vliet M. Promoting health through community development. In: Glenwick, DS; Jason, LA (editors). Promoting health and mental health in children, youth and families. New York: Springer Publishing Company; 1993.

Fawcett SB, Sterling TD, Paine-Andrews A, Harris KJ, Francisco VT, Richter KP, Lewis RK, Schmid TL. Evaluating community efforts to prevent cardiovascular diseases. Atlanta (GA): Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion; 1995.

Florin P, Mitchell R, Stevenson J. Identifying training and technical assistance needs in community coalitions: a developmental approach. Health Education Research 1993;8(3):417-432.

Florin P, Wandersman A. An introduction to citizen participation, voluntary organizations, and community development: insights for empowerment through research. American Journal of Community Psychology 1990;18(1):41-55.

Francisco VT, Paine AL, Fawcett SB. A methodology for monitoring and evaluating community health coalitions. Health Education Research 1993;8(3):403-416.

Friedmann J. Planning in the public domain: from knowledge to action. Princeton (NJ): Princeton University Press; 1987.

Glanz K, Lewis FM, Rimer BK, editors. Health behavior and health education: theory, research and practice, 2nd edition. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1997.

Gonzalez VM, Gonzalez JT, Freeman V, Howard-Pitney B. Health promotion in diverse cultural communities: practical guidelines for working in and with diverse cultural communities. Palo Alto (CA): Stanford Center for Research in Disease Prevention; 1991.

Goodman RM, Steckler AB. The life and death of a health promotion program: an institutionalization case study. International Quarterly of Community Health Education 1987-1988;8(1):5-21.

Goodman RM, Steckler A, Hoover S, Schwartz R. A critique of contemporary community health promotion approaches: based on a qualitative review of six programs in Maine. American Journal of Health Promotion 1993;7(3):208-221.

Goodman RM, Wandersman A, Chinman M, Imm P, Morrissey E. An ecological assessment of community-based interventions for prevention and health promotion: approaches to measuring community coalitions. American Journal of Community Psychology 1996;24(1):33-61.

Hanson P. Citizen involvement in community health promotion: a role application of CDCís PATCH model. International Quarterly of Community Health Education 1988-89;9(3):177-186.

Hatcher MT, McDonald MK. The constituency development practice in public health agencies [draft paper]. Atlanta (GA): Division of Public Health Systems, Public Health Practice Program Office, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 1993 July.

Hospital Research and Educational Trust. Background and resources for a community health status focus. Chicago (IL): Hospital Research and Educational Trust; 1996 September.

Hospital Research and Educational Trust. The Community Care Network Demonstration Program: the demonstration and finalist partnerships. Chicago (IL): Community Care Network Demonstration Program; 1996 July.

Institute of Medicine. The future of public health. Washington (DC): National Academy Press; 1988.

Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences. Assessing the social and behavioral science base for HIV/AIDS prevention and intervention: workshop summary and background papers. Washington (DC): National Academy Press; 1995.

Israel BA, Checkoway B, Schulz A, Zimmerman M. Health education and community empowerment: conceptualizing and measuring perceptions of individual, organizational, and community control. Health Educational Quarterly 1994;21(2):149-170.

Kent County Health Department. Michigan tobacco reduction coalition newsletter. Grand Rapids (MI): Kent County Health Department; 1996 July/August.

Kretzmann JP, McKnight JL. (Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, Neighborhood Innovations Network, Northwestern University) Building communities from the inside out: a path toward finding and mobilizing a communityís assets. Chicago (IL): ACTA Publications; 1990.

Kroutil LA, Eng E. Conceptualizing and assessing potential for community participation: a planning method. Health Education Research 1989;4(3):305-319.

Labonte R, Robertson A. Delivering the goods, showing our stuff: the case for a constructivist paradigm for health promotion research and practice. Health Education Quarterly 1996;23(4):431-447.

Levine S, White PE. Exchange as a conceptual framework for the study of interorganizational relationships. Administrative Science Quarterly 1961;5(4):583-601.

Mattessich PW, Monsey BR. Collaboration: what makes it work; a review of research literature on factors influencing successful collaboration. St. Paul (MN): Amherst H. Wilder Foundation; 1992.

McKay E. (MOSAICA The Center for Nonprofit Development and Pluralism). Do's and don'ts for an inclusive HIV prevention community planning process: a self-help guide. Washington (DC): National Council of La Raza; 1994 October.

McKnight JL, Kretzmann J. Mapping community capacity. Evanston (IL): Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, Northwestern University; 1990.

McLeroy K, Bibeau D, Steckler A, Glanz K. An ecological perspective on health promotion programs. Health Education Quarterly 1988;15(4):351-378.

McLeroy KR, Steckler AB, Goodman RM, Burdine JN. Health education research: theory and practice - future directions [editorial]. Health Education Research 1992.

McMillan B, Florin P, Stevenson J, Kerman B, Mitchell RE. Empowerment praxis in community coalitions, American Journal of Community Psychology 1995;23(5):699-728.

McMillan DW, Chavis DM. Sense of community: a definition and theory. Journal of Community Psychology 1986;14:6-23.

Michigan ASSIST Project. Michigan ASSIST Project: annual action plan. Michigan Department of Public Health; 1996 July 31.

Michigan ASSIST Project. Michigan ASSIST Project: site analysis draft. Michigan Department of Public Health; 1992.

Michigan Department of Public Health, Center for Health Promotion Tobacco-free Michigan 2000: executive summary 1989 Michigan Tobacco Reduction Task Force Report. Lansing (MI): Michigan Department of Public Health, Center for Health Promotion; 1990 January.

Michigan Department of Public Health, Center for Health Promotion Tobacco-free Michigan 2000: a report of the 1989 Michigan Tobacco Reduction Task Force. Lansing (MI): Michigan Department of Public Health, Center for Health Promotion; 1990 January.

Minkler M. Improving health through community organization. In: Glanz K, Lewis FM, Rimer BK, (editors). Health behavior and health education: theory, research and practice. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers; 1990.
National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO). Assessment protocol for excellence in public health (APEX/PH). Washington, DC: 1991 March. Funded through a cooperative agreement between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Association of County and City Health Officials.

National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO). Blueprint for a healthy community: a guide for local health departments. Washington (DC): National Association of County and City Health Officials; 1994 July. Cooperative Agreement No.: U50/CCU 302718-07. Funded through a cooperative agreement between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Association of County and City Health Officials.

National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO). J. Howard Beard Award winners honored at the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) Annual Conference. NACCHO News 1996;July/August:9.

National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO). Providing culturally appropriate services: local health departments and community based organizations working together. Washington (DC): National Association of County and City Health Officials; 1994 June. Cooperative Agreement # CSU110033. Funded through a cooperative agreement between the National Association of County and City Health Officials and the U.S. Public Health Service, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Bureau of Primary Health Care

National Assembly of National Voluntary Health and Social Welfare Organizations. The community collaboration manual. Washington (DC): National Assembly of National Voluntary Health and Social Welfare Organizations; 1991.

National Council of La Raza (NCLR). Getting started: becoming part of the AIDS solution, a guide for Hispanic community based organizations. Washington (DC): National Council of La Raza; 1989 May.

National Council of La Raza (NCLR). Developing effective health coalitions: the role of Hispanic community based organizations. Washington (DC): National Council of La Raza; 1991 November.

National Institutes of Health, Office of Cancer Communications, National Cancer Institute. Making health communication programs work: a plannerís guide. Bethesda (MD): National Institutes of Health, Office of Cancer Communications, National Cancer Institute; 1992 April. NIH Publication No. 92-1493.

Newbrough JR, Chavis DM. Psychological sense of community, I: foreword. Journal of Community Psychology 1986;14:3-5.

North Carolina Community-Based Public Health Initiative. Overview of activities and projects 1992-1996. Chapel Hill (NC): North Carolina Community-Based Public Health Initiative; 1996 May.

North Carolina Consortium Partners. Proposal to the W.K. Kellogg Foundation: Community-based public health initiative to improve minority health in Wake, Orange, Chatham and Lee Counties in North Carolina. Chapel Hill (NC): North Carolina Consortium Partners; 1992 April.

Prestby JE, Wandersman A, Florin P, Rich R, Chavis D. Benefits, costs, incentive management and participation in voluntary organizations: a means to understanding and promoting empowerment. American Journal of Community Psychology 1990;18(1):117-149.

Putnam RD. Bowling alone: Americaís declining social capital. Journal of Democracy 1995;6(1):65-78.

Randall-David E. Strategies for working with culturally diverse communities and clients. Bethesda (MD): Association for the Care of Childrenís Health; 1989.

Rich RC, Edlestein M, Hallman WK, Wandersman AH. Citizen participation and empowerment: the case of local environmental hazards. American Journal of Community Psychology 1995;23(5):657-676.

Rogers EM. Diffusion of innovations. New York: Free Press; 1962.

Spector, RE. Cultural diversity in health and illness. East Norwalk (CT): Appleton-Century-Crofts; 1985.

Speer PW, Hughy J. Community organizing: an ecological route to empowerment and power. American Journal of Community Psychology 1995;23(5):729-739.

Stokols D. Translating social ecological theory into guidelines for community health promotion. American Journal of Health Promotion 1996;10(4):282-298.

Sumaya CV. On structuring public health: Sumaya CV, MD, MPHTM, Administrator, Health Resources and Services Administration. CCN Vision 1996;1(3):2-3.

Sutherland M, Barber M, Harris G, Cowart M. Health promotion in southern rural black churches: a program model. Journal of Health Education March 1992;23(2):109-111.

Sutherland M, Barber M, Harris G, Warner V, Cowart M, Menard A. Planning preventive health programming for rural blacks: developmental processes of a model PATCH program. Wellness Perspectives: Research, Theory, and Practice 1989;6(1):57-67.

Thompson B, Corbett K, Bracht N, Pechacek T. Community mobilization for smoking cessation: lessons learned from COMMIT. Health Promotion International 1993;8(2):69-83.

Thompson B, Kinne S. Social change theory: applications to community health. In: Bracht N, (editor). Health promotion at the community level. Newbury Park (CA): Sage Publications; 1990.
Turner LW, Sutherland M, Harris GJ, Barber M. Cardiovascular health promotion in North Florida African-American churches. Health Values 1995;19(2):3-9.

Voluntary Hospitals of America, Inc. Community partnerships: taking charge of change through partnership. Irving (TX): Voluntary Hospitals of America, Inc.; 1993.

Wandersman A. A framework of participation in community organizations. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 1981;17(1):27-59.

Wandersman A, Florin P, Friedmann R, Meier R. Who participates, who does not, and why? an analysis of voluntary neighborhood organizations in the United States and Israel. Sociological Forum 1987;2(3):534-555.

Warren RB, Warren DI. Whatís in a neighborhood. In: The neighborhood organizerís handbook. Notre Dame (IN): University of Notre Dame Press; 1977.

Williams RM. The Kaiser Foundationís grassroots approach enables communities to set their own health priorities; the technique works and itís become contagious. Foundation News 1990:24-29.

W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Program announcement: Community-based public health. Battle Creek (MI): W.K. Kellogg Foundation; 1991.

World Health Organization, Health and Welfare Canada, Canadian Public Health Association. Ottawa charter for health promotion; an international conference on health promotion. Ottawa, Ontario (Canada): November 17-21, 1986.

Zimmerman MA. Psychological empowerment: issues and illustrations. American Journal of Community Psychology 1995;23(5):581-599.

Back For further information on community collaboration, visit the Public Health Practice Program Office Internet site at www.cdc.gov/phppo/pgrms.htm or contact Michael Hatcher at Mail Stop K39, 4770 Buford Highway, N.E., Atlanta, GA., 30341-3724 or email mth1@cdc.gov.