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Key concepts within CCP include the ideas of social action, social justice, social change, the ecological metaphor, the distinction between working at micro, meso and macro levels, praxis, powerlessness, politics, diversity, oppression and liberation (Burton & Kagan, 2001; Prilleltensky & Nelson, 2002; Prilleltensky, 2001).
Kagan, C., Burton, M., Duckett, P., Lawthom, R., & Siddiquee, A. (2011). Critical Community Psychology (1st ed.). West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
Prilleltensky, I., & Nelson, G. (1997). Community psychology: Reclaiming social justice. In D. Fox & I. Prilleltensky (Eds.), Critical psychology: An introduction (pp. 166-184). London: Sage.
Angelique, H. & Kyle, K. (2002). Monterey declaration of critical community psychology. The Community Psychologist, A Publication of the Society for Community Research and Action, Division 27 of the American Psychological Association. 35(1), 35-36.
Burton, M. & Kagan, C. (2001). Community Psychology: Why this gap in Britain? Paper presented at the British Psychological Society Centennial Conference, Glasgow, March 2001. Available at http://www.compsy.org.uk/Histcp.pdf
Fryer, D., Duckett, P., & Pratt, R. (2004). Critical community psychology: what, why and how? Clinical Psychology, 38, 39-43.
Thompson, M. (2005). The concepts, values and ideas of critical community psychology. Retrieved from http://www.academia.edu/749230/The_concepts_values_and_ideas_of_critical_community_psychology