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Human and Community Development

David Campbell

David Campbell

Specialist in Cooperative Extension
Director, California Communities Program

Ph.D., University of Oregon 1984

Research Interests:
How public policy Ecology processes interact at the local level, focusing on governance, civic engagement, and citizenship Collaboration in local social service and workforce development networks Faith-based community organizing and initiatives Community food systems Evaluation of collaborative community initiatives
Selected Publications:
Campbell, D. 2011. Policy Workaround Stories are Valuable Evaluative Indicators: But Should They be Told? American Journal of Evaluation. Online publication April 26, DOI: 2011 1098214011405505.
Campbell, D. 2011. Reconsidering the Implementation Strategy in Faith-based Policy Initiatives. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 40: 130-148.
Campbell, D. 2010. Democratic Norms to Deliberative Forms: Managing Tools and Tradeoffs in Community-based Civic Engagement. Public Administration and Management, 15(1), 305-341.
Assessing the Effectiveness of Faith-based Programs: A Local Network Perspective. Chapter 12 in Faith-Based Social Services: Measures, Assessments, and Effectiveness, edited by Stephanie C. Bodie and Ram A. Cnaan, The Haworth Press, 2006 (with Eric Glunt).
Rethinking Welfare School-Attendance Policies. Social Service Review, _79 _(1), pp. 2-28, March 2005 (with Joan Wright).
Community Food Systems and the Work of Public Scholarship. In Scott J. Peters, Nicholas R. Jordan, Margaret Adamek, and Theodore R. Alter, eds., Engaging Campus and Community: The Practice of Public Scholarship in the State and Land-Grant University System. Dayton, Ohio: Kettering Foundation Press, 2005 (with Gail Feenstra).
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