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Thompson, M.
Languages: English
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Subjects: RC467
This paper describes part of a larger research project that investigates the relationship between clinical psychology and socio-political factors. Part of this research involved generating statements that represent the concepts, values and ideas of Critical Community Psychology (CCP). A list of 56 individuals involved in CCP was generated through snowball sampling and a modified Delphi methodology was employed to generate the list of statements. 25 individuals provided their thoughts about CCP and this material was reduced to form a list of representative statements. This was further revised in line with the recommendations of 18 individuals who gave their comments on the original list. From this, a final of 43 items was produced. This list is presented in this paper.
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