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COMMUN ITY EMPOWERMENT

MARY ANN B. VIROLA-LEH, M.D., DFM, FPAFP Chair Department of FCM MCU-FDTMF & PDMMMC

SOCIAL MOBILIZING IN THE COMMUNITY


SOCIAL MOBILIZATION

- is a continuous, cyclical & dynamic process


- Not merely an information campaign - Planned strategy that uses various means &

approaches to elicit needed action among those who can contribute to solving or reducing an identified problem in the community.

COMPONENTS OF SOCIAL MOBILIZATION:

Advocacy

Information, Communication &

Education Training Community Organizing Networking

ECOLOGICAL MODELS
Intrapersonal factors

Interpersonal relationships
Organizational Factors Community Factors Public Policy

At the individual level, personal history and

biological factors influence how individuals behave and increase their likelihood of becoming a victim or a perpetrator of violence. Among these factors are being a victim of child maltreatment, psychological or personality disorders, alcohol and/or substance abuse and a history of behaving aggressively or having experienced abuse.

Personal relationships such as family, friends,

intimate partners and peers may influence the risks of becoming a victim or perpetrator of violence. For example, having violent friends may influence whether a young person engages in or becomes a victim of violence.

Community contexts in which social relationships

occur, such as schools, neighbourhoods and workplaces, also influence violence. Risk factors here may include the level of unemployment, population density, mobility and the existence of a local drug or gun trade.

Societal factors influence whether violence is

encouraged or inhibited. These include economic and social policies that maintain socioeconomic inequalities between people, the availability of weapons, and social and cultural norms such as those around male dominance over women, parental dominance over children and cultural norms that endorse violence as an acceptable method to resolve conflicts.

EMPOWERMENT

- Process of gaining mastery & power over ones commun ity to produce change

3 CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKS FOR COMMUNITY CHANGE IN HEALTH PROMOTION 1.

Community Organization 2.Diffusion of Innovations Theory 3. Theories of Organizational Change

THEORIES OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR


1.STAGE THEORY Problem Definition is the awareness stage. Initiation of action is the adoption stage Implementation of change Institutionalization of change 2. ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT THEORY