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What is first-order change?
Alters, rearranges or replaces the individual members of a group. In the long run, same problem often reoccur with new members.
What is second-order change?
Considers that a group is more than just a sum of individuals - there are relationships between and among members, shared goals, agendas, and relationships of power. Change is generally more permanent.
Community psychology concerns?
Relationships among societies, communities and individuals.
What does a context refer to?
Refers to encapuslating environments within which an indifidual lives: family, friendship network, peer group, neighborhood, workplace, etc.
Context minimization errors lead to?
Psychological theories and research findings that are flawed or that hold true only in limited circumstances.
What is fundamental attribution error?
The tendency of observers watching an actor overestimate the importance of situational factors.
Community psychologists see to...
understand and improve individual, community, and societal quality of life.