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-<p>  Part A.
-コミュニティ保健と開発を促進するためのモデル:道具箱の入口<br>
-  Models for Promoting Community Health and Development: Gateways to the
-Tools<br>
+<p>  Part
+A.コミュニティ保健と開発を促進するためのモデル:道具箱の入口<br>
+  Models for Promoting Community Health and Development: Gateways to
+theTools<br>
 (Chapters 1 - 2)<br>
-Chapter 1. Our Model for Community Change and Improvement<br>
+<font color="#FF0000">Chapter 1. Our Model for Community Change and
+Improvement</font><br>
 Chapter 2. Some Other Models for Promoting Community Health and Development<br>
-Contains an overview of the CTB (Chapter 1, Section 1) and frameworks for
-guiding, supporting and evaluating the works of community and systems
-change.<br>
-  Part B. Community Assessment, Agenda Setting, and Choice of Broad
-Strategies<br>
+Contains an overview of the CTB (Chapter 1, Section 1) and frameworks
+forguiding, supporting and evaluating the works of community and
+systemschange.<br>
+  Part B. Community Assessment, Agenda Setting, and Choice of
+BroadStrategies<br>
 (Chapters 3 - 5)<br>
 Chapter 3. Assessing Community Needs and Resources<br>
 Chapter 4. Getting Issues on the Public Agenda<br>
 Chapter 5. Choosing Strategies to Promote Community Health and Development<br>
-Contains information about how to assess community needs and resources (e.g.
-conducting listening sessions, analyzing problems) how to get issues on the
-public agenda (e.g., gaining public support), and how to choose broad
-strategies to promote community health and development (e.g., building
-coalitions).<br>
+Contains information about how to assess community needs and resources
+(e.g.conducting listening sessions, analyzing problems) how to get issues on
+thepublic agenda (e.g., gaining public support), and how to choose
+broadstrategies to promote community health and development (e.g.,
+buildingcoalitions).<br>
   Part C. Promoting Interest and Participation in Initiatives<br>
 (Chapters 6 - 7)<br>
 Chapter 6. Promoting Interest in Community Issues<br>
 Chapter 7. Encouraging Involvement in Community Work<br>
-Contains information about how to promote interest in an issue (e.g.,
-persuasion, press releases, and newsletters) and how to encourage involvement
-(e.g., among diverse groups).<br>
-  Part D. Developing a Strategic Plan, Organizational Structure, and Training
-System<br>
+Contains information about how to promote interest in an issue
+(e.g.,persuasion, press releases, and newsletters) and how to encourage
+involvement(e.g., among diverse groups).<br>
+  Part D. Developing a Strategic Plan, Organizational Structure, and
+TrainingSystem<br>
 (Chapters 8 - 12)<br>
 Chapter 8. Developing a Strategic Plan<br>
 Chapter 9. Developing an Organizational Structure for the Initiative<br>
 Chapter 10. Hiring and Training Key Staff of Community Organizations<br>
 Chapter 11. Recruiting and Training Volunteers<br>
 Chapter 12. Providing Training and Technical Assistance<br>
-Contains information about developing a strategic plan (e.g., vision, mission,
-action plan) and organizational structure (e.g., bylaws, board of directors)
-and hiring and training staff, recruiting and training volunteers, and
-providing technical assistance.<br>
+Contains information about developing a strategic plan (e.g., vision,
+mission,action plan) and organizational structure (e.g., bylaws, board of
+directors)and hiring and training staff, recruiting and training volunteers,
+andproviding technical assistance.<br>
   Part E. Leadership, Management, and Group Facilitation<br>
 (Chapters 13 - 16)<br>
 Chapter 13. Orienting Ideas in Leadership<br>
 Chapter 14. Core Functions in Leadership<br>
 Chapter 15. Becoming an Effective Manager<br>
 Chapter 16. Group Facilitation and Problem-Solving<br>
-Contains information about the core functions of leadership (e.g., building
-relationships, influencing people), management (e.g., providing supervision and
-support), and group facilitation (e.g., leading meetings).<br>
-  Part F. Analyzing Community Problems and Designing and Adapting Community
-Interventions<br>
+Contains information about the core functions of leadership (e.g.,
+buildingrelationships, influencing people), management (e.g., providing
+supervision andsupport), and group facilitation (e.g., leading meetings).<br>
+  Part F. Analyzing Community Problems and Designing and Adapting
+CommunityInterventions<br>
 (Chapters 17 - 19)<br>
 Chapter 17. Analyzing Community Problems and Solutions<br>
 Chapter 18. Deciding Where to Start<br>
 Chapter 19. Choosing and Adapting Community Interventions<br>
-Contains information about analyzing community problems (e.g. thinking
-critically), designing an intervention (e.g. identifying those who can benefit
-and help), and choosing and adapting interventions for different cultures and
-communities.<br>
+Contains information about analyzing community problems (e.g.
+thinkingcritically), designing an intervention (e.g. identifying those who can
+benefitand help), and choosing and adapting interventions for different
+cultures andcommunities.<br>
   Part G. Implementing Promising Community Interventions<br>
 (Chapters 20 - 26)<br>
 Chapter 20. Providing Information and Enhancing Skills<br>
 Chapter 21. Enhancing Support, Incentives, and Resources<br>
 Chapter 22. Youth Mentoring Programs<br>
 Chapter 23. Modifying Access, Barriers, and Opportunties<br>
 Chapter 24. Improving Services<br>
 Chapter 25. Changing Policies<br>
 Chapter 26. Changing the Physical and Social Environment<br>
-Contains information on illustrative interventions using the strategies of
-providing information and enhancing skills, enhancing support and resources,
-youth mentoring, modifying access and barriers, improving services, changing
-policies, and changing the physical and social environment.<br>
-  Part H. Cultural Competence, Spirituality, and the Arts and Community
-Building<br>
+Contains information on illustrative interventions using the strategies
+ofproviding information and enhancing skills, enhancing support and
+resources,youth mentoring, modifying access and barriers, improving services,
+changingpolicies, and changing the physical and social environment.<br>
+  Part H. Cultural Competence, Spirituality, and the Arts and
+CommunityBuilding<br>
 (Chapters 27 - 29)<br>
 Chapter 27. Cultural Competence in a Multicultural World<br>
 Chapter 28. Spirituality and Social Action<br>
-Chapter 29. The Arts and Community Building: Celebrating, Preserving, and
-Transforming Community Life<br>
-Contains information on building cultural competence in a multicultural world,
-spirituality and community action, and the arts and community building.<br>
+Chapter 29. The Arts and Community Building: Celebrating, Preserving,
+andTransforming Community Life<br>
+Contains information on building cultural competence in a multicultural
+world,spirituality and community action, and the arts and community
+building.<br>
   Part I. Organizing for Effective Advocacy<br>
 (Chapters 30 - 35)<br>
 Chapter 30. Principles of Advocacy<br>
 Chapter 31. Conducting Advocacy Research<br>
 Chapter 32. Providing Encouragement and Education<br>
 Chapter 33. Conducting a Direct Action Campaign<br>
 Chapter 34. Media Advocacy<br>
 Chapter 35. Responding to Counterattacks<br>
-Contains information on principles of advocacy (e.g., recognizing allies and
-opponents), conducting advocacy research, providing encouragement and
-education, conducting a direct action campaign (e.g., personal testimony
-letters), media advocacy, and responding to opposition.<br>
+Contains information on principles of advocacy (e.g., recognizing allies
+andopponents), conducting advocacy research, providing encouragement
+andeducation, conducting a direct action campaign (e.g., personal
+testimonyletters), media advocacy, and responding to opposition.<br>
   Part J. Evaluating Community Programs and Initiatives<br>
 (Chapters 36 - 39)<br>
 Chapter 36. Introduction to Evaluation<br>
 Chapter 37. Some Operations in Evaluating Community Intervention<br>
 Chapter 38. Some Methods for Evaluating Comprehensive Community Initiatives<br>
 Chapter 39. Using Evaluation to Understand and Improve the Initiative<br>
-Contains information on developing a plan for evaluation, methods for
-evaluation, and using evaluation to understand and improve the initiative.<br>
+Contains information on developing a plan for evaluation, methods
+forevaluation, and using evaluation to understand and improve the
+initiative.<br>
   Part K. Maintaining Quality and Rewarding Accomplishments<br>
 (Chapters 40 - 41)<br>
 Chapter 40. Maintaining Quality Performance<br>
 Chapter 41. Rewarding Accomplishments<br>
-Contains information on achieving and maintaining quality performance,
-obtaining and using feedback from clients, arranging celebrations, providing
-incentives to staff and volunteers, holding awards ceremonies, and honoring
-colleagues and community champions.<br>
+Contains information on achieving and maintaining quality performance,obtaining
+and using feedback from clients, arranging celebrations, providingincentives to
+staff and volunteers, holding awards ceremonies, and honoringcolleagues and
+community champions.<br>
   Part L. Generating, Managing and Sustaining Financial Resources<br>
 (Chapters 42 - 44)<br>
 Chapter 42. Getting Grants and Financial Resources<br>
 Chapter 43. Managing Finances<br>
 Chapter 44. Investing in Community Resources<br>
-Contains information on writing a grant application, planning for financial
-sustainability, preparing an annual budget, accounting basics, contracting for
-service and establishing a micro-grants program for your community.<br>
+Contains information on writing a grant application, planning for
+financialsustainability, preparing an annual budget, accounting basics,
+contracting forservice and establishing a micro-grants program for your
+community.<br>
   Part M. Social Marketing and Institutionalization of the Initiative<br>
 (Chapters 45 - 46)<br>
 Chapter 45. Social Marketing of Successful Components of the Initiative<br>
 Chapter 46. Planning for Long-Term Institutionalization<br>
-Contains information on conducting a social marketing effort (e.g., promoting
-awareness, interest and behavior change), and planning for the long-term
-sustainability of the effort (e.g., becoming a line item in an existing
-budget).</p>
+Contains information on conducting a social marketing effort (e.g.,
+promotingawareness, interest and behavior change), and planning for the
+long-termsustainability of the effort (e.g., becoming a line item in an
+existingbudget).</p>
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