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Communities that CareBuilding Community Engagement and Capacity to Prevent Youth Behavior Problems$
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Abigail A. Fagan, J. David Hawkins, David P. Farrington, and Richard F. Catalano

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780190299217

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2018

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190299217.001.0001

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Theoretical Perspectives Guiding the Development and Evaluation of CTC

Theoretical Perspectives Guiding the Development and Evaluation of CTC

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(p.30) 2 Theoretical Perspectives Guiding the Development and Evaluation of CTC
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Communities that Care
Author(s):

Abigail A. Fagan

J. David Hawkins

Richard F. Catalano

David P. Farrington

Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780190299217.003.0002

Prevention science recommends that EBIs should be based on theories that describe the causes of behavioral health problems. They should also be evaluated in high-quality research studies that examine implementation and outcomes both under ideal conditions, like scientist-led efficacy trials, and naturalistic conditions, such as effectiveness trials that rely on community agencies and staff. This chapter reviews the theories guiding the development of the CTC system, including life-course developmental theory, the Social Development Model, social disorganization theory, and the Diffusion of Innovations theory. CTC has been created and evaluated using a community-based participatory approach. The benefits and challenges of this approach are also discussed.

Keywords:   community-based participatory research, Diffusion of Innovations, life-course developmental theory, Social Development Model, social disorganization theory

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