CONTRIBUTION / ATTRIBUTION FOR COMMUNITY CHANGE. Volunteer Snapshot Training May 2009. ATTRIBUTE. 1. ascribe cause to something: to think of something as caused by a particular circumstance
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Volunteer Snapshot Training
1. ascribe cause to something: to think of something as caused by a particular circumstance
2. credit somebody with something: to give credit for something such as a work of art or a saying to a particular person, often wrongly
3. assign qualities to somebody or something: to regard somebody or something as having particular qualities
Individual change leads to community change
No single intervention – no one program or policy change – targeting one behavior is likely to improve population-level outcomes.
The long delay between targeted actions and the resulting widespread behavior change and improvement in population-level outcomes makes it difficult to assess whether the effort is bringing about change.
We can analyze the contribution of documented instances of community and system change, an intermediate outcome, to subsequent behavior change and longer-term outcomes.