This paper views men as an entry point for development of low-income, minority communities. It addresses the question of why men matter to community well-being and presents a framework for seeing the connections between societal expectations, opportunity structures, behavior and choices, and community well-being.
Community and Economic Development
Race and Ethnicity
Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies - Health Policy Institute
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Copyright 2006 Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies - Health Policy Institute.
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