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I would also be interested in references that anyone may have on network
based empowerment.

Thanks!

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Salud,

Charles R. Collins M.A.
Community Change Group
Ecological-Community Psychology
Michigan State University
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On Fri, Apr 2, 2010 at 5:42 AM, Rick Davies <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

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> I am working with a HIV/AIDS program, helping them to articulate the
> Theory-of-Change behind the intervention.
> One aim is the empowerment of sex workers. This raises questions of
> definition and measurement of this construct.
> Many trees have already been sacrificed in discussions of how to define and
> measure empowerment
>
> My question, as a person on the periphery of SNA research, is: Are there
> any potentially useful network-based definitions of empowerment, such as
> those describing a person's positions within their wider network. Or is an
> overly ambitous expectation, because of the importance of local context.
>
> Short explanations, or weblink references to longer discussions, would be
> much appreciated
>
> with thanks,
>
> Rick Davies (Dr),
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