Communication for Social Change: An Integrated Model for Measuring the Process and Its Outcomes
The Communication for Social Change Model is an iterative process where community dialogue and collective action work together to produce social change in a community that improves the health and welfare of all of its members.
This resource describes the model as well as social change process and outcome indicators.
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March 25, 2019