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    Although we are individuals we are all part of a community. Communities can be seen as things such as the school we go to, our neighborhood, work place, etc. In community conversations, we talk to honor and explore differences with one another. The form of a conversation is dynamic to the way in which participants work through their differences. The Public Conversations Project (PCP) recommends that members follow a shared set of principles that include genuine listening, respectful…

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    Community Case Studies

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    This case study of my community has been extremely interesting for me to research. I was confident that I was aware of the health of my community. I did not think that I would discover too many differences between my Walk About and my discoveries from my research. I was unsure if my informants from my Site Visit would have much to add to my research. Since, I was only aware of my informants at The Salvation Army providing clothes to my community. Now that I have completed my Walk About, my…

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    Community Detection Essay

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    activities. The community detection in such mul- tidimensional social networks has attracted a lot of attention in the resent years. When dealing with these networks the concept of community de- tection changes to be, the discovery of the shared group structure across all network dimensions such that members in the same group interact with each other more frequently than those outside the group. Most of the studies presented on the topic of community detection…

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    benefit of the community. Although the neighborhood that surround the church is a low income neighborhood, it needs programs such as: First time home buyers, mentoring , housing, computer, seniors, youth summer feeding, financial consulting, legal assistance (minor), young adult awareness. These programs will enlighten and educate the community and all ages will be able to participate. Even though CPBC have dedicated members who have committed to volunteer their services to serve our community.…

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    Discourse Community

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    things are accepted now that wasn't in the past, a new world full of discourse communities. “A discourse community is a group of people who share a set of discourses, understood as basic values and assumptions and ways of communicating about those goals.” “Linguist John Swales defined discourse communities as groups that have goals or purposes, and use communication to achieve these goals. I choose the discourse community of anime. I undertook this study because I wanted to observe anime from a…

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    Being part of a Community I believe that everyone should contribute to a community in order to improve our own lives and society. Being part of a community can mean attending church, being close to friends and family, being part of a club, attending charities, shelters, or any kind of volunteer work. It can be almost anything, as long as it feels good to be part of it. It also helps create a sense of belonging and closer relationships with people. Overall, it is important to to be a part…

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    involve community stakeholders? What are some of the challenges to the involvement of community stakeholders? How would you go about assuring that the community is truly represented in the process? For a public health department’s project to succeed in a community , the planning process must include input from the community stakeholders, this is important because the community stakeholders are in a better position to elaborate on the major health issues needing attention within their communities…

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    The Anime discourse community is made up of people who are fans of Japanese animated productions and Manga who are sometimes referred to as “otaku”. Not all members would identify with that term because of its derogatory connotations in Japan. People involved in the community come from a wide demographic, from many walks of life, and a wide range of ages. The discourse community allows them to come together to share their love of Japanese animation and Manga. A love and enthusiasm that some…

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    During this unit, we learned about working with communities during a disaster. Part of working with these communities is communicating. I learned that there are two groups of people that must be communicated with while getting prepared for a disaster: the stakeholders/ community resources and the group of people being taught. While imagining teaching people in the community, I never quite grasped how large scale it could be. Stakeholders were always people involved with businesses, not nursing.…

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    process of the helping relationship (Saleebey, 2013). A community needs assessment is designed to find the strengths a community possess, as well as any resources it has available. An assessment may be conducted to the best way to address the needs present in that community. This assessment can be in the form of survey handouts, focus groups, interviewing those who are invested in the community or leaders in the community The community that will be discussed is the Guatemalan-Maya Center in…

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