Your working definition of community health education theory

1. your working definition of community health education theory. Then explain how community health education theory is different from other types of theories used in public health 


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2. An explanation of the role of theory in health education research and practice. Then, explain the significance of applying theory in research and practice. Provide an example. &p=521748
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