Unformatted text preview: campuses. (6 points) 3. Rappaport argues that there are several advantages to using a “comprehensive “approach” to addressing social problems. (1) Briefly define what is meant by a comprehensive approach, (2) what are its advantages and disadvantages, and (3) discuss how such an approach might be used in dealing with the problem of alcohol abuse. (8 points) 4. The emergence of Community Psychology as a discipline has been referred to as a paradigm shift from traditional psychology. (1) How is community psychology defined? And, (2) in what way does it represent a paradigm shift? (4 points) 5. Community Psychology argues that social problems must be periodically redefined. Please discuss briefly why this should be done, what are the consequences of not doing this, and what are the potential benefits? (6 points) GOOD LUCK!...
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- Winter '08
- Psychology, Extensional definition