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2016

Labonté, R., “Social Inclusion/Exclusion and Health,” in in Raphael, D (ed.), The Social Determinants of Health: Canadian Perspective (3rd edition), Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press. pp. 419-433. 2016.

2015

Labonté, R., Baum, F, and Sanders, D. “Poverty, Justice and Health,” in R. Detels, C.C. Tan, Q.A. Karim, and M. Guilliford (eds.). Oxford Textbook of Public Health (2015) pp.89-105.

2014

Baum, F., Freeman, T., Jolley, G., Lawless, A., Bentley, M., Vartoo, K., Boffa, J., Labonté, R., Sanders, D. “Health promotion in Australian multi-disciplinary primary health care services: case studies from South Australia and the Northern Territory,” Health Promotion International 2014, 29(4): 705-719.

Labonté R., “Health activism in a globalising era: lessons past for efforts future,” Lancet, 381:2158-9

Williams, L., Labonté, R. and O’Brien, M. “Empowering social action through narratives of identity and culture”, Health Promotion International 18(1):33-40. 2003. [IF: 2.309] Translated into Polish and published as: Lewis Williams, Ronald Labonté, Mike O’Brien: Upełnomocniające Działanie Społeczne Poprzez Tworzenie Narracji Kultury I Tożsamości (Empowering Social Action through Narratives of Identity and Culture), 2014

2011-2012

Labonté, R., “Promoting Health in a Globalized World: The Biggest Challenge of All” in Rootman, I., Dupéré, S., Pederson, A. and O’Neill, M. (eds). Health Promotion in Canada: Critical Perspective on Practice (3rd edition), Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press. pp.81-97. 2012.

Labonté, R. “Towards a post-Charter Health Promotion,” Health Promotion International, 2011. 26(S2):1183-1186.

2004-2009

Labonté, R. “Social In/Exclusion and Health”, in Raphael, D (ed.), The Social Determinants of Health: Canadian Perspective (2nd edition), Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press. pp.269-279. 2009.

Labonté, R. and Laverack, G. Health Promotion in Action: From Local to Global Empowerment, London: Palgrave Macmillan. 2008.

Labonté, R. “Promoting Health in a Globalizing World: The Biggest Challenge of All?”, O’Neill, M., Pederson, A., Rootman, I., et al. (eds.). Health Promotion in Canada, Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press. pp.207-21. 2007.

Labonté, R. “Globalization and health promotion: The evidence challenge”, McQueen, DV. and Jones, CM. (eds.). Global Perspectives on Health Promotion Effectiveness, New York: Springer. pp.181-200. 2007.

Williams, L. and Labonté, R. “Empowerment for migrant communities: Paradoxes for practitioners”, Critical Public Health 17(4): 365-379. 2007.

Frankish, J., Moulton, G., Quantz, D. Carson, A., Casebeer, A., Eyles, J., Labonté, R. and Evoy, B. “Addressing the Non-medical Determinants of Health: A Survey of Canada’s Health Region”, Canadian Journal of Public Health 98(1):41-47. 2006

Labonté, R. « Promouvoir la santé à l’heure de la mondialisation: le plus grand de tous les défis? », O’Neill, M., Pederson, A., Rootman, I., et al. (eds.). Promotion de la santé au Canada et au Québec, perspectives critiques,  Laval : Les Presses de l’Universite Laval. pp.285-303. 2006..

Labonté, R. “The Future of Health Promotion”, Health Promotion Journal of Australia 16(3):172-75. 2005.

Labonté, R. “Social In/Exclusion and Health”, Raphael, D. and Langille, D. (eds.). The Social Determinants of Health, Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press. pp.253-66. 2004.

Labonté, R. “A model of community development practice”, Health Development Agency (ed.). Developing Healthier Communities, London: HAD. pp. 177-196. 2004.

1993-2003

Labonté, R. “Community, community development and the forming of authentic partnerships”, Minkler, M. (ed.). Community Organizing and Community Building for Health (2nd edition), New York: Rutgers University Press. pp.82-96. 2003.

Labonté, R. How our programs affect population health determinants: A workbook for better planning and accountability, Health Canada: Manitoba and Saskatchewan Region. 2003.

Williams, L. and Labonté, R. “Changing health determinants through community action: power participation and policy”, International Journal of Health Promotion and Education X(2):65-71. 2003.

Gibbon, M., Labonté, R. and Laverack, G. “Evaluating community capacity: A practical approach”, Health and Social Care in the Community 10(6): 485-491. 2002.

Labonté, R. “To boldly go: healthy communities”. 2001 Health OdysseyUK Health for All Network, London: Health Development Agency. pp.45 – 50. 2002.

Labonté, R. “Theories of change”. 2001 Health OdysseyUK Health for All Network, London: Health Development Agency. pp.31-37. 2002.

Labonté, R. and Wise, M. (Translation Restrepo, H.) “Informe-conciso a la Organización Mundial del comercio: Comercio Mundial y Salud de la Población”, Revista Facultad Nacional de Salud Publica 20(1):145-8. 2002.

Labonté, R., Bell-Woodard, G., Chad, K. and Laverack, G. “Community Capacity Building: A Parallel Track for Health Promotion Programs”, Canadian Journal of Public Health 93(3):181-2. 2002.

Labonté, R. “What’s working in health promotion: An introduction to the case study approach”, Health Promotion Forum (ed.). Health Promotion on the Move, Auckland: Health Promotion Forum. pp.34-40. 2001.

Labonté, R., Sanger, M., Muhajarine, N. and Abonyi, S. “Mondialisation et Santé: opportunités, risques et inquiétudes”, Rainhorn, J-D. and Burnier, M-J. (eds.). La santé au risque du marché: Incertitudes a l’aube du XXIe siècle (Globalization, Health and the New Trade and Investment Liberalization Regime: Risks, Benefits and Opportunities), Les Nouveaux Cahiers d’Institut Universitaire d’Études du Développement Paris: Presses Universitaires de France and Geneva: IUED. pp.249-66. 2001.

Labonté, R. “Advocacy and the health promoter: how lobbying, evidence and argument contributes to social change”, International Journal of Health Promotion and Education Suppl. 2: 35-6. 2001.

Labonté, R. “Health promotion in the 21st Century: Celebrating the ordinary”, Health Promotion Journal of Australia 12(2):104-109. 2001.

Labonté, R. “Health promotion evaluation”, (editorial) Critical Public Health 11(1):1-2. 2001.

Labonté, R. and Laverack, G. “Capacity Building in Health Promotion: For Whom?  And For What Purpose?”, Critical Public Health 11(2):111-27. 2001.

Labonté, R. and Laverack, G. “Capacity Building in Health Promotion: Whose use? And with what measurement?”, Critical Public Health 11(2):129-38. 2001.

Labonté, R. “Author’s Commentary 2000, and Community Empowerment and Leisure”, Journal of Leisurability 27(3):43-58. 2000. (Reprint of article from Journal of Leisurability 23(1), 1996.

Laverack, G. and Labonté, R. “A planning framework for the accommodation of community empowerment goals within health promotion programming”, Health Policy and Planning 15: 255-62. 2000.

Labonté, R. “Health, power and the bureaucracy: transforming professional practice”, Best, H. and Sellers, T. (eds.). International Images of Health: Perspectives, Power and Practice, Victoria, Australia: University of Ballarat Press. pp.43-60. 2000.

Labonté, R. “Health Promotion and the Common Good: Towards a Politics of Practice”, Callahan, D. (ed.). Promoting Healthy Behaviour: How Much Freedom? Whose Responsibility?, Georgetown University Press. 2000.

Boutelier, M., Cleverly, S. and Labonté, R. “The community as a setting for health promotion”, Poland, B., Rootman, I and Green, L. (eds.). Settings for Health Promotion: Linking Theory and PracticeLondon: Sage Publications. 2000.

Labonté, R. “Globalism and health: threats and opportunities”, Health Promotion Journal of Australia 9(2): 126-32. 1999.

Labonté, R. “Health promotion in the near future: remembrances of activism past”, Health Education Journal 58:365-77. 1999.

Labonté, R. “Some comments on the Acheson Report”, Critical Public Health 9 (2):171-174. 1999.

Labonté, R. “Social capital and community development: practitioner emptor”, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 23(4): 93-96. 1999.

Labonté, R. “Mutual accountability in partnership: Health agencies and community groups”, International Journal of Health Promotion and Education VI 1:3-8. 1999.

Labonté, R., Goodman, Speers, McLeroy, et al. “Identifying and defining the dimensions of community capacity to provide a base for measurement”, Health Education and Behaviour 25(3): 258-78. 1998.

Labonté, R. A Community Development Approach to Health Promotion, Edinburgh: Health Education Board of Scotland/Research Unit in Health and Behaviour Change. 1998.

Labonté, R. and Robertson, A. “Delivering the goods, showing our stuff: the case for the constructivist paradigm for health promotion research and practice”, Thurston, W., Sieppert, J. and Wiebe, V. Doing Health Promotion Research: The Science of Action, Calgary: University of Calgary. 1998.

Labonté, R. “Health promotion and the common good: Towards a politics of practice”, Critical Public Health 8(2): 107-29. 1998.

Labonté, R. “Health promotion in Canada: A Case Study”, (with Health Canada and numerous others, under Health Canada authorship). Health Promotion International 13(1):7-26. 1998.

Labonté, R. “Community, community development and the forming of authentic partnerships”, Minkler, M. (ed.). Community Organizing and Community Building for Health, London: Rutgers University Press. pp.88-102.1997.

Labonté, R. “Avoiding Terminal Hardening of the Categories: International Changes in Community Health”, Journal of Health Promotion for Northern Ireland 1(1): 6-13. 1997

Labonté, R. Power, Participation and Partnerships, Melbourne: VicHealth Foundation. 1997.

Labonté, R. “The population health/health promotion debate in Canada: the politics of explanation, economics and action”, Critical Public Health 7(1&2): 7-27. 1997.

Labonté, R. “Community and public health: an international perspective”, Health Visitor 70(2): 64-7. 1997.

Labonté, R. “Community health promotion strategies”, Restrepo, H. (ed.). Health Promotion: An Anthology, Washington: PAHO Scientific Publication. p.557. 1996.

Labonté, R. “Measurement and Practice: Ethical Claims in the Use of Quality of Life, Health Promotion and Empowerment”, Renwick, Brown and Nagler (eds.). Quality of Life in Health Promotion and Rehabilitation, London: Sage Books. pp.132-145. 1996.

Labonté, R. “Health promotion: Ten years on from the Ottawa Charter”, Australian Journal of Primary Health Interchange 2(4): 7-24. 1996.

Labonté, R. and Robertson, A. “Delivering the goods, showing our stuff: the case for a constructivist paradigm for health promotion research and practiceHealth Education Quarterly 23(4): 431-47. 1996.

Labonté, R. “Community empowerment and leisure”, Journal of Leisurability 23(1): 4-20. 1996.

Labonté, R. “Community and its health: its power and its problematics”, Journal of Contemporary Health 4: 2-3. 1996.

Labonté, R. “Population health and health promotion: What do they have to say to each other?” Canadian Journal of Public Health 86(3): 165-68. 1995.

Labonté, R. “Health promotion and empowerment: reflections on professional practice“, Health Education Quarterly 21(2): 253-68. 1994.

Labonté, R. “Health promotion and empowerment: reflections on professional practice”, in Black, J., Furney, S., Graf, H. and Nolte, A. (eds.). Philosophical Foundations of Health Education, Jossey-Bass. pp.179-195. 2010. (reprint as a select foundational article in the field of health education, originally published in 1994)

Labonté, R. “Econology: Health and Sustainable Development”, Chu and Simpson (ed.). Ecological Public Health: From Vision to Practice, Toronto/Nathan, Queensland: Centre for Health Promotion University of Toronto/Griffith Universitypp. 19-35. 1994. (Translated into Chinese by the Beijing University Medical School).

Labonté, R. “Lessons on Environmental Health Information for Bureaucratic Activists”, Chu and Simpson (ed.). Ecological Public Health: From Vision to Practice, Toronto/Nathan, Queensland: Centre for Health Promotion University of Toronto/Griffith University. pp. 269-276. 1994. (Translated into Chinese by the Beijing University Medical School).

Labonté, R. “Death of program, birth of metaphor: the development of health promotion in Canada”, Pederson, A., O’Neill, M. and Rootman, I. (eds.). Health Promotion in Canada, Toronto: WH Saunders. pp. 72-90.1994.

Labonté, R. “Community empowerment and fitness”, Quinney, A., Wall, N. and Gauvin, L. (eds.). Towards Active Living, Kinetics. pp. 219-226.1994.

Labonté, R. Bernstein, Wallerstein, Braithwaite, Gutierrez and Zimmerman. “Empowerment forum: a dialogue between Guest Editorial Board members”, Health Education Quarterly 21(3): 281-95. 1994.

Labonté, R. “Community Health”, Ward, J. (ed.). Australian Community Development: Ideas, Skills and Values for the 90s, Melbourne: Community Quarterly. 1993.

Labonté, R. Health Promotion and Empowerment: Practice Frameworks, Toronto: Centre for Health Promotion/Participation. 1993.

Labonté, R. “Partnerships and participation in community health”, Canadian Journal of Public Health 84(4): 237-40. 1993.

Labonté, R. “A holosphere of healthy and sustainable communities”, Australian Journal of Public Health 17(1): 4-12. 1993.

1982-1992

Labonté, R. “Politicas Publicos Saludables”, OPS (PAHO)/WHO. Conferencia Internacional de Promocion de la Salud, Bogota: Ministerio de Salud. 1992.

Labonté, R. “Heart health inequalities in Canada: Models, theory and planning“, Health Promotion International 7(2):119-28. 1992.

Labonté, R. “Econology: integrating health and environment“, Health Promotion International 6(1): 49-65. 1991.

Labonté, R. “Healthy communities and healthy aging”, Blais, C. (ed.). Aging into the 21st Century, Toronto: Captus University Publications. 1991.

Labonté, R. “Econology: Integrating health and sustainable development Part two: guiding principles for development decision-making“, Health Promotion International 6(2): 147-56. 1991.

Labonté, R. “Health care spending as a risk to health”, Canadian Journal of Public Health 81(4): 251-2. 1990.

Labonté, R. “Empowerment: Notes on professional and community dimensions”, Canadian Review of Social Policy 26: 64-75. 1990.

Labonté, R. “Health Promotion: From Concepts to Strategies”.  A Health Promotion Primer, Ottawa: Canadian Council of Health Executives and Administrators. 1990.

Labonté, R., (ed.) Heart Health Inequalities 2, Ottawa: Health and Welfare Canada. 1989.

Labonté, R. “Healthy public policy: a survey of Ontario health professionals”, International Quarterly of Community Health Education 9 (4): 321-42. 1989.

Labonté, R. “A community health development approach to Heart Health Inequalities”.  Heart Health Inequalities 2. pp.7-17. 1989.

Labonté, R. “Community Health Promotion Strategies”, Martin and McQueen (eds.).  Readings for a New Public Health, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. pp. 235-249. 1989.

Labonté, R. “Community and professional empowerment”, Canadian Nurse 85 (3): 23-30. 1989.

Labonté, R. “Community empowerment: the need for a political analysis”, Canadian Journal of Public Health 80(2): 87-88. 1989.

Labonté, R. “Health and empowerment”, Community Health Studies 13(3): 347-49. 1989.

Labonté, R. “Social inequalities, health policy, and community development”, Community Quarterly 13: 16-24. 1988.

Labonté, R. “Health promotion: from concepts to strategies”, Healthcare Management Forum 1(3): 24-30. 1988.

Labonté, R., (ed.) Heart Health Inequalities, Ottawa: Health and Welfare Canada. 1988.

Labonté, R. “Community health promotion strategies”, Health Promotion Journal 26 (1): 5-10, 32. 1987.

Labonté, R. “Social Inequality and Healthy Public Policy”. 12th World Conference on Health Education: Proceedings, Dublin: International Union of Health Education. pp.718-28. 1987.

Labonté, R. and Wenzel, E. “Gesundheitsforderung: Eine sozialpolitsche Perspektive”, Wenzel, E. (ed.). Die Okologiedes Korpes Herausgegeben, Frankfurt: Surhkamp. pp. 175-206. 1986.

Labonté, R. “Social inequality and healthy public policy”, International Quarterly of Health Promotion 1(3): 341-351. 1986.

Labonté, R. and Penfold, S. “Canadian perspectives in health promotion: a critique.” Health Education 19:4-9. 1981. (reprinted in Perspectives: Australian Journal of Health Education; translated into German by E. Wenzel for publication in International Journal of Health Education No. 3, 1982, German edition)