A Community Based Framework for Understanding Problems and Exploring Alternatives: connecting Underemployment, Poverty and Access to Health Care in the Mississippi Delta. Working Paper by John J. Green and Albert B. Nylander of the RUPRI Rural Poverty Research Center. February, 2006.

A Community Based Framework for Understanding Problems and Exploring Alternatives: connecting Underemployment, Poverty and Access to Health Care in the Mississippi Delta. Working Paper by John J. Green and Albert B. Nylander of the RUPRI Rural Poverty Research Center. February, 2006.

A Community Based Framework for Understanding Problems and Exploring Alternatives: connecting Underemployment, Poverty and Access to Health Care in the Mississippi Delta.

Community-based research provides a useful framework for addressing social problems and exploring alternatives. This paper, written by John J. Green and Albert Nylander of the RUPRI Rural Poverty Research Center, directs attention toward community-based research as a framework for better understanding inter-subjective views of poverty and exploring alternative intervention programs that are innovative and diverse.

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