Appendix 4.1 Structural Capacity Tables
The four tables listing the structural capacity needed for community engagement are shown here; one table has been constructed for each of the four practice elements (know the community, establish strategies, build networks, and mobilize communities). Each table includes summarized versions of the CCAT propositions and principles of community engagement that are relevant to the practice element represented by that table. CCAT propositions are displayed side-by-side with the principles to which they correspond. Both are numbered in accordance with their order in their original context. (For example, Principle 3 of our principles of community engagement is consistently identified in these tables as number 3 despite its location in the tables.)
The far-right column describes the structural capacity needed; these requirements are derived by considering the five elements of capacity set forth by Handler et al. (2001) in light of the CCAT propositions and engagement principles identified as relevant to each practice element.
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