Social communication
in nutrition:
a methodology
for intervention

Author: Michel Andrien
Development Support Communication Branch Information Division
Nutrition Programmes Service Food Policy and Nutrition Division
Year: 1994



Part I: Overview

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Planning an intervention in social communication in nutrition

Part II: Conceptualization

Chapter 3: Defining the nutrition problems (Phase 1 - Conceptualization)

Chapter 4: The causes of the nutritional problems

Chapter 5: Establishing the educational framework

Part III: Formulation

Chapter 6: Setting objectives

Chapter 7: Designing the messages

Chapter 8: Choice of media and multimedia combination

Part IV: Implementation

Chapter 9: Producing the communication support materials

Chapter 10: Training the change agents

Chapter 11: Executing the communication intervention

Part V: Evaluation

Chapter 12: Evaluation





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