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Introduction

    1. R ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSIGHTS ON EFFECTIVE COMMUNITY-BASED COALITION PRACTICE: AN INTRODUCTION
      1. Chad T. Morris
        John S. Luque

Original Articles

    1. R PRACTICING ANTHROPOLOGY ON A COMMUNITY-BASED PUBLIC HEALTH COALITION: LESSONS FROM HEAL
      1. Margaret Everett
    2. R LESSONS LEARNED FROM A COMMUNITY COALITION WITH DIVERSE STAKEHOLDERS: THE PARTNERSHIP FOR CITRUS WORKER HEALTH
      1. Paul Monaghan
    3. R ASSESSING AND ACHIEVING DIVERSITY OF PARTICIPATION IN THE GRANT-INSPIRED COMMUNITY-BASED PUBLIC HEALTH COALITION
      1. Chad T. Morris
    4. R ANTI–DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COALITION PRACTICE: THEORIZING COLLABORATION AND PARTICIPATION
      1. Jennifer R. Wies
    5. R FOOD FOR THOUGHT: COALITION PROCESS AND A COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH AND SERVICE-LEARNING PROJECT
      1. Carolyn Behrman
    6. R BUILDING A LATINO-ENGAGED ACTION-RESEARCH COLLABORATIVE: A CHALLENGING UNIVERSITY–COMMUNITY ENCOUNTER
      1. Ricardo Contreras
        David Griffith
    7. R A SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS APPROACH TO UNDERSTAND CHANGES IN A CANCER DISPARITIES COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP NETWORK
      1. John S. Luque
        Dinorah Martinez Tyson
        Shalanda A. Bynum
        Shalewa Noel-Thomas
        Kristen J. Wells
        Susan T. Vadaparampil
        Clement K. Gwede
        Cathy D. Meade
    8. R AN ACADEMIC IN AN ACTIVIST COALITION: RECOGNIZING AND BRIDGING ROLE CONFLICTS
      1. Josiah Heyman
    9. R BUILDING LIVING ALLIANCES: COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND COMMUNITY-BASED PARTNERSHIPS TO ADDRESS THE HEALTH OF COMMUNITY ELDERS
      1. Kim E. Radda
        Jean J. Schensul
    10. R CONCLUDING REMARKS: ANTHROPOLOGY'S ROLE IN BUILDING AND SUSTAINING COMMUNITY COALITIONS
      1. Frances Dunn Butterfoss

Biosketches

    1. R BIOSKETCHES—ANNALS OF ANTHROPOLOGY PRACTICE