McLeroy, Norton, Kegler, Burdine, and Sumaya (2003), in “Community-Based Interventions,” provided a useful typology for contrasting perspectives in community focus for incorporation in interventions. The community was presented as a setting, a target, a resource, and an agent. The application of these various perspectives results in a continuum of community-based interventions. In the light of the above statement, describe an affected community in these various roles in a major public health disaster in the U.S. We know of hurricanes Katrina and Rita and wildfires in California. Feel free to cite personal examples or experiences to substantiate your claims.
Your response should be a minimum of two pages in length exclusive of cover page and references. You are required to use at least your textbook as source material for your response. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations, per APA guidelines.
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