Geopolitical and phenomenological place influence the context of a population or community assessment and intervention in various ways. A community could be defined by one of two designations, phenomenological (relational) or geological (spatial). A geographic community is a community within defined jurisdictional boundaries. These communities could include city communities, rural municipalities or towns. Phenomenological communities, on the other hand, define a group of people with shared or similar-minded relationships, beliefs, goals, and interests (Leipert, 1996). They might not necessarily share the same geographical boundaries as geographical communities. These communities could include social groups or religious groups. These people mostly come together to achieve the feeling of belonging in their relational designations. These people may have a group perspective that differentiates them from other groups on matters including culture, values, beliefs, characteristics, and goals.
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