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Community Development

2009 - 2019

Current editor(s): John Green, Rhonda Phillips and Anne Heinze Silvis

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Volume 50, issue 2, 2019

Notes from the editorial office pp. 119-119 Downloads
Leanne M. Avery and John W. Sipple
Introduction pp. 120-122 Downloads
Anne Cafer, John J. Green and Gary Goreham
Using disaster recovery knowledge as a roadmap to community resilience pp. 123-140 Downloads
Sarah Jo Bundy Kirkpatrick
The limits of resilience in US community responses to recent drought events pp. 141-159 Downloads
Theresa M. Jedd
Community resilience: A meta-study of international development rhetoric in emerging economies pp. 160-180 Downloads
Rachel Haggard, Anne Cafer and John Green
Community resilience and community development: What mutual opportunities arise from interactions between the two concepts? pp. 181-200 Downloads
Jim Cavaye and Helen Ross
A Community Resilience Framework for community development practitioners building equity and adaptive capacity pp. 201-216 Downloads
Anne Cafer, John Green and Gary Goreham
Exploring the relationships between local agrifood system resilience, multiple measures of development, and health in the Southern United States pp. 217-237 Downloads
John J. Green, Jim Worstell, Caroline Canarios, Rachel Haggard, Katrina Alford and Sydney Bush
Can community interventions change resilience? Fostering perceptions of individual and community resilience in rural places pp. 238-255 Downloads
Marianna Markantoni, Artur Adam Steiner and John Elliot Meador
Agents of change—together: Using agent-based models to inspire social capital building for resilient communities pp. 256-272 Downloads
Linda Shenk, Caroline Krejci and Ulrike Passe
The community resilience reader: Essential resources for an era of upheaval pp. 273-274 Downloads
Rachel Haggard
The community resilience reader: essential resources for an era of upheaval pp. 274-275 Downloads
Deborah Tootle
Resilience for all: Striving for equity through community-driven design pp. 275-277 Downloads
Sarah Jo Bundy Kirkpatrick and Samantha Montano
Resilience, community action and societal transformation: People, place, practice, power, politics and possibility in transition pp. 277-278 Downloads
Maryam Ahmadian

Volume 50, issue 1, 2019

Notes from the editorial office pp. 1-2 Downloads
Leanne M. Avery and John W. Sipple
Social cohesion, mutual efficacy, and informal social control:Enhancing the conceptualization of collective efficacy pp. 3-15 Downloads
Michael C. Gearhart and Mark L. Joseph
Community development as prefigurative, radically democratic global governance? pp. 16-33 Downloads
Margaret Stout and Jeannine M. Love
The New Natural Resource Economy: Implementing the healthy environment/healthy economy paradigm in eastern Oregon pp. 34-50 Downloads
Michael Hibbard, Susan Lurie and Aniko Drlik-Muehleck
ICT infrastructure for rural community sustainability pp. 51-72 Downloads
Geumhwan Ko, Jayant K. Routray and M. M Ahmad
Protected areas and poverty reduction: The role of ecotourism livelihood in local communities in Ghana pp. 73-91 Downloads
Yaw Boakye Agyeman, Augustine Oti Yeboah and Enoch Ashie
Charitable food as prevention: Food bank leadership perspectives on food banks as agents in population health pp. 92-107 Downloads
Marianna S. Wetherill, Kayla C. White and Hilary Seligman
Experiencing climate change in Bangladesh: Vulnerability and adaptation in coastal regions pp. 108-109 Downloads
Saleh Ahmed
A balanced approach: Key insights for communities to realize their dreams pp. 109-111 Downloads
Ajanaw Alemie Desta and Aleminew Abebe Mekonen
Meeting the ethical challenges of leadership, casting light or shadow pp. 111-112 Downloads
Tiffany Wilkerson-Franklin
Doing time for peace: Resistance, family, and community pp. 113-114 Downloads
Charles Norman
Beyond settlement: Making peace last after civil conflict pp. 114-115 Downloads
Krishna Roka
The left behind: Decline and rage in rural America pp. 116-117 Downloads
Bev Wilson

Volume 49, issue 4, 2018

Notes from the editorial office pp. 359-359 Downloads
Leanne M. Avery, John W. Sipple and Elizabeth Young Sweeney
Framing cooperative development: The bridging role of cultural and symbolic value between human and material resources pp. 360-379 Downloads
James Hale and Michael Carolan
Gender and equitable benefit-sharing mechanisms through Agricultural Innovation Platforms in Rwanda pp. 380-397 Downloads
Rahma I. Adam, Michael Misiko, Leonidas Dusengemungu, Pascal Rushemuka and Zahara Mukakalisa
From social exclusion to adult education and training for community development in South Africa pp. 398-414 Downloads
Celestin Mayombe
The impact of community activity on the personal resources of low-SES residents: Differences between activists and non-activists pp. 415-431 Downloads
Lea Zanbar
Distilling authentic community-led strategies to support people with dementia to live well pp. 432-449 Downloads
Helen Courtney-Pratt, Karin Mathison and Kathleen Doherty
Entrepreneurial skills for sustainable small business: An exploratory study of SCORE, with comparison pp. 450-468 Downloads
Timothy R. Dahlstrom and Craig A. Talmage
Factors affecting retail sales in small and mid-size cities pp. 469-484 Downloads
Norman Walzer, Andy Blanke and Mim Evans

Volume 49, issue 3, 2018

Editorial pp. 255-255 Downloads
Leanne M. Avery and John W. Sipple
Expanding our understanding of backbone organizations in collective impact initiatives pp. 256-273 Downloads
Wendy DuBow, Sarah Hug, Brian Serafini and Elizabeth Litzler
A tale of two rural cities: Dynamics of community capitals during a North Dakota oil boom pp. 274-291 Downloads
Felix N. Fernando and Gary A. Goreham
Effects of urbanization on spatial demography change in Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos peri-urban settlement pp. 292-311 Downloads
Funmilayo Mokunfayo Adedire and Michael B. O. Adegbile
Social entrepreneurship in Trujillo, Peru: The case of Nisolo pp. 312-323 Downloads
Joseph H. Holland, William Hatcher and V. Brooks Poole
Let them cook: Overcoming regulatory hurdles to the growth of local food micro-ventures pp. 324-340 Downloads
M. James Faison and Todd Leverette
Predictors of leadership skills of Pennsylvanian youth pp. 341-357 Downloads
Sarah Osmane and Mark Brennan
Erratum pp. 358-358 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 49, issue 2, 2018

Notes from the editorial office pp. 123-123 Downloads
Leanne M. Avery and John W. Sipple
Asset accumulation among low-income rural families: Assessing financial capital as a component of community capitals pp. 124-144 Downloads
Paulette Meikle, Leslie Green-Pimentel and Hui Liew
Understanding agents of change in amenity gateways of the Greater Yellowstone region pp. 145-160 Downloads
Ryan D. Bergstrom and Lisa M. B. Harrington
The direct economic impact of the Flint, Michigan, farmers’ market relocation pp. 161-174 Downloads
Victoria Morckel
Building community together: A study of inter-neighborhood collaboration and development in Cincinnati, Ohio pp. 175-190 Downloads
Julie Cencula Olberding and Whitney McIntyre Miller
Partnering with schools for community development: Power imbalances in rural community collaboratives addressing childhood adversity pp. 191-210 Downloads
Catharine Biddle, Ian Mette and Andrea Mercado
Bonding and bridging: Leveraging immigrant and refugee community assets to support healthy eating pp. 211-230 Downloads
J. Dara Bloom, Annie Hardison-Moody and Michael Schulman
Perspectives on issues, challenges, and preferred futures for maternal, newborn, and child health in Arusha and Ngorongoro, Tanzania pp. 231-246 Downloads
Marie Dietrich Leurer and Pammla Petrucka
Urban planning for dummies pp. 247-248 Downloads
Uchendu E. Chigbu
Beginner’s guide to community-based arts pp. 248-249 Downloads
Stasha Donahue
Interpersonal social work skills for community practice pp. 249-250 Downloads
Andrzej Klimczuk
The concepts, process and methods of social impact assessment pp. 250-251 Downloads
Ilhamdaniah Saleh
Building powerful community organizations: A personal guide to creating groups that can solve problems and change the world pp. 252-253 Downloads
Scott Tate

Volume 49, issue 1, 2018

Notes from the editorial office pp. 1-1 Downloads
Leanne M. Avery and John W. Sipple
“God always provides”: Challenges and barriers in food assistance delivery in Mississippi pp. 2-17 Downloads
Kecia R. Johnson, Kenya McKinley, Leslie Hossfeld, Brittney Oliver, Claudette Jones, Laura Jean Kerr and Maria Trinh
Building sustainable social and solidarity economies: Place-based and network-based strategies of alternative development organizations in India pp. 18-33 Downloads
Ashok Kumbamu
Agriculture and sustainable communities: Reflections from a comparative case study pp. 34-49 Downloads
Jungho Suh
Prospects and pitfalls of a university-community partnership using Jatropha for sustainable rural development in a Nigerian community pp. 50-64 Downloads
Lynne R. Baker
Themes in community resilience: A meta-synthesis of 16 years of Idaho Community Reviews pp. 65-82 Downloads
Joshua Hightree, Andrew Kliskey, Lorie Higgins, Lilian Alessa, Tammi Laninga and Jon Barrett
Why are we not winning? An exploration of causes for continued disengagement among graduates of low-income community leadership development programs pp. 83-100 Downloads
Wilson Majee, Johanna Reed Adams, Laurel Goodman, Tarunjot Kaur Sethi and Adaobi Anakwe
Reexamining the associations among community attachment, community-oriented actions, and individual-level constraints to involvement pp. 101-115 Downloads
Gene L. Theodori
The B Corp handbook: How to use business as a force for good pp. 116-117 Downloads
Stephen Halebsky
RealWorld evaluation: Working under budget, time, data, and political constraints (2nd ed.) pp. 117-118 Downloads
Leanne Kelly
White flight/black flight: The dynamics of racial change in an American neighborhood pp. 118-119 Downloads
Ashley E. Nickels
Community development as micropolitics: Comparing theories, policies, and politics in America and Britain pp. 120-121 Downloads
Nancy Esarey Ouedraogo
The built environment and public health pp. 121-122 Downloads
Karim W. F. Youssef
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