Researching Community Psychology: Issues of Theory and Methods
For individuals in the U.S. & U.S. territories
Active researchers review the field's most critical research issues with Researching Community Psychology. This book gives a full view of the intent, process, and products of community psychological research while offering a balanced look at integrating the "tender" interests in bettering social welfare with the "tough" value of developing a reliable scientific body of knowledge. Issues from the most abstract to the most pragmatic are addressed, making this book an excellent research tool. Reprinted in softcover from the 1990 hardcover version.