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Community Intervention

Response to Question One

Some of the factors that affect the application of evidence in community intervention include age, gender, culture, and finance. Differences in age and gender pose a problem as the attention given to children is different from the attention given to adults. Similarly, the attention given to male is different from the one given to a female. Each culture also views things differently. Lack of enough funds can also curtail the process.

Response to Question Two

Social planning model which is characterized by the rational and technical approaches to substantive problem-solving. These approaches are used because community participation varies in different perspectives.

Response to Question Three

The significant trend is the addressing of social inequality in disease risk management. Community intervention is affected by different inequality perspectives such as age and gender. Addressing these differences is a matter of concern to the community intervention as they try to solve it.

Response to Question Four

Community intervention is championed towards ensuring that there are social equality and efficient disease control. Both genders should have equal opportunity in the community as they interact. Diseases affecting people should be eradicated to ensure that the community is safe from any problems.


Response to question five

Mobilizing constituencies is called social mobilization. This is to ensure that all the people within a given constituency irrespective of gender, age or culture should participate in the community intervention programs. As a result, the process will be a collective process where everyone in society engages in a given activity.

Response to Question Six

Community social work planning emerged from the community organization that was meant to intervene in the various problems that affect the community.  The organization ensured that the work is planned according to the problem they face. Various problems required different approaches that required planning to accomplish it.

Response to Question Seven

The community organization framework focuses on the structure of how the community is organized. It deals with how the various activities are organized and how they are distributed in society. It looks at the type of social leadership that every community has in a given society and how the community as a whole is controlled. The structure defines different roles of every gender how they act in the community intervention programs.

Response to Question Eight

Social network intervention approaches emerged due to long term conditions of people and needs to diversify approaches by the community. Since problems that affect the community were long term, the people wanted to expand their strategies to ensure that they counter them effectively.  To get a full understanding of these conditions, people had to form networks that allow them to share to fight the problems collectively.

Response to Question Nine

A real community is a community where each member cares about each other. The problems that a community suffer is a collective problem that all the members hare equality. Generally, a real community is composed of self-organized networks where people have common goals and interest and can collaborate ideas and resources for a common advantage.

Response to Question Ten

The community practice should address the social systems and social change within society. Various people in society should have a better understanding of these and ensure that society is well organized. The policies should be clear and should address all the problems that the society suffer and finds the solution of each.










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