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The bestselling first edition of this book discusses the meaning, principles, and methods of managing community practice, focusing on the role and skills needed by managers. Since the first edition, there has been an increase in the structured involvement of communities in developing, delivering, and evaluating public policies and projects. This new edition updates all the chapters to address these recent developments and provides new case examples. It also includes new chapters on the manager's role in community research and key challenges for the future.