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Class Notes for HNU 475 at St. Francis Xavier University

Effecting Change

HNU 475 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Grey Literature, Politics Of The Highland Council Area, Participatory Action Research
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HNU 475 – Effecting Change January 18, 2016 Applying Different Ways of Knowledge • Instrumental or traditional scientific knowledge – sometimes isn’t enough. Sometimes we need interactive knowledge. •...

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HNU 475
Ann Fox
HNU 475 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Cardiovascular Disease, Neural Tube Defect, Norm (Social)
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HNU 475 February 1, 2016 Group Discussion – “Who Moved My Cheese?” by S. Johnson (2002) What does the cheese symbolize? • It symbolizes what you want to achieve, what makes you happy in life. What does t...

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HNU 475
Ann Fox
HNU 475 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Kurt Lewin, Thermodynamic Cycle, Transtheoretical Model
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HNU 475 – Effecting Change January 25, 2016 A lot of inequity issues are so invisible until we see something startling to begin ushing change. An example in the Syrian Refugee issue is the picture of the man carrying a ...

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HNU 475
Ann Fox
HNU 475 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Adult Education, Antigonish Movement
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HNU 475 February 29, 2016 HNU discipline tends to use a lot of “deficit based words” • Inadequate • Lack of • Unhealthy • Overweight • Obese • Deficiency Complexity Theory ...

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HNU 475
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HNU 475 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Mental Disorder, Mental Distress
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HNU 475 – Effecting Change March 14, 2016 Guest Speakers about Market Mobile in Toronto. March 15, 2016 Leadership Societal Trends • There is growing awareness and interest in food • Technology (social m...

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HNU 475
Ann Fox
HNU 475 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Fad Diet, Observability, Diffusion Process
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HNU 475 Monday, February 8, 2016 Precede-Proceed Model of Health Program Planning and Evaluation • Helps to explain health related behaviours and environments • Then to design and evaluate the intervention...

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HNU 475
Ann Fox
HNU 475 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Food Security, Health Promotion, Social Actions
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HNU 475 – Effecting Change February 22, 2016 Key Roles • Opinion leaders – informal type of leader o They are often the early adopters, have credibility among peers o If we can get them...

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HNU 475
Ann Fox
HNU 475 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Feminist Movement, Informa, Development Studies
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HNU 475 – Effecting Change March 7, 2016 Guest Speaker Ryan Meili – discussion • He touched on many topics that we have seen over the past 4 years, but seen in a different light (i.e. not from the perspect...

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HNU 475
Ann Fox
HNU 475 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nutrigenomics, Information System, Sobeys
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HNU 475 Monday, January 11, 2016 • Assignment of Service Learning Placements. The Role of the Nutrition Professional in Effecting Change • Must know nutrition AND facilitate behaviour change • Can’t ...

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HNU 475
Ann Fox
Organizational Behavior - Reference Guides

The systematic study of individual and group behavior within organizational structures is outlined in this coordinated Guide. Theories of leadership and individual behavior are related to the foundations of group behavior ...

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PSYC 302
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