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Jensen Bjarne & Simovska Venka (dir.) (2002). Models of Health Promoting Schools in Europe. Copenhagen : World Health Organization. En ligne : <http://www.schoolsforhe ... tingschoolsinEurope.pdf>. 
Added by: Marie Gaussel (20 Jun 2012 11:38:34 Europe/Paris)
Resource type: Book
BibTeX citation key: Jensen2002
Categories: General
Keywords: approche globale en promotion de la santé, promotion de la santé
Creators: Jensen, Simovska
Publisher: World Health Organization (Copenhagen)
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URLs     http://www.schools ... choolsinEurope.pdf
Abstract     
Our aim when editing the booklet was to demonstrate the variety of approaches and different ways in which main aims and components of a health promoting school are being constructed, reconstructed and deconstructed over time and in different educational and cultural contexts. The dynamic interplay among various political, social, economic and other aspects influences what priorities are set and which methods are implemented in the development of the health promoting school approach in each particular country. Our basic assumption is that it is not possible or desirable to create the model of a health promoting school. Every model is a result of dialogue and consensus among its “constructors” and has meaning within a certain value-framework in a particular context. The health promoting school is more a process of contextual interpretation than an outcome of the implementation of global principles.
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