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APA handbook of community psychology. Vol. 2, Methods for community research and action for diverse groups and issues

Author: Meg A Bond; Irma García de Serrano; Christopher Keys; Marybeth Shinn
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, 2017.
Series: APA handbooks in psychology.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This two-volume handbook summarizes and makes sense of exciting intellectual developments in the field of community psychology. As a discipline that is considered a half century old in the United States, community psychology has grown in the sophistication and reach of theories and research. Reviewing the chapters of the APA Handbook of Community Psychology, the reader will readily notice several themes emerge.  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: APA handbook of community psychology.
Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, [2017]
(DLC) 2016020557
(OCoLC)962890238
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Meg A Bond; Irma García de Serrano; Christopher Keys; Marybeth Shinn
ISBN: 9781433822575 1433822571 9781433822605 1433822601
OCLC Number: 958882706
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreement.
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 680 pages).
Contents: part I. Orientation to methods for community research and action --
part II. Research methods --
part III. Methods for community change --
part IV. Approaches to social issues --
part V. Working with diverse groups --
part VI. Becoming and being a community psychologist. Part I. Orientation to methods for community research and action. The dynamic and interactive role of theory in community psychology research, practice, and policy / Emilie Phillips Smith, Dawn P. Witherspoon, Michelle Hart, and William S.Davidson --
Foundations for a philosophy of science of community psychology : perspectivism, pragmatism, feminism, and critical theory / Jacob Kraemer Tebes --
Part II. Research methods. Community-based and participatory action research : community psychology collaborations within and across borders / M. Brinton Lykes --
Methods for multiple levels of analysis : capturing context, change, and changing context / Patrick J. Fowler and Nathan R. Todd --
Kindred spirits in scientific revolution : qualitative methods in community psychology / Anne E. Brodsky, Terri Mannarini, Sara L. Buckingham, and Jill E. Scheibler --
More than metaphor : conceptualization and measurement of social setting characteristics / David Henry --
The practice of program evaluation in community psychology : intersections and opportunities for stimulating social change / Robin Lin Miller --
Meta-analysis : potentials and limitations for synthesizing research in community psychology / Emily E. Tanner-Smith, Mark W. Lipsey, and Joseph A. Durlak --
Giving voice--and the numbers, too : mixed methods research in community psychology / Rebecca Campbell, Jessica Shaw, and Katie A. Gregory --
Methods and methodology of systems analysis / Alan Shiell and Therese Riley --
Part III. Methods for community change. Empowering interventions : strategies for addressing health inequities across levels of analysis / Marc A. Zimmerman and Andria B. Eisman --
Advancing prevention intervention from theory to application : challenges and contributions of community Psychology / W. LaVome Robinson, Molly Brown, Christopher R. Beasley, and Leonard A. Jason --
Community building : challenges of constructing community / Sandy Lazarus, Mohamed Seedat, and Tony Naidoo --
Social settings as loci of intervention / Edward Seidman and Elise Cappella --
Understanding and promoting systems change / Pennie Foster-Fishman and Erin Watson --
Community psychology in the policy arena / Kenneth I. Maton, Keith Humphreys, Leonard A. Jason, and Marybeth Shinn --
Bringing interventions to scale : implications and challenges for the field of community psychology / Allison B. Dymnicki, Abraham H. Wandersman, David M. Osher, and Allyson Pakstis --
Part IV. Approaches to social issues. Immigration, migration, and community psychology / Dina Birman and Emily Bray --
Toward a contextual analysis of violence : employing community psychology to advance problem definition, solutions, and future directions / Nicole E. Allen and Shabnam Javdani --
Understanding and alleviating economic hardship : contributions from community psychology / Marybeth Shinn and Mark M. McCormack --
Promoting healthy communities for population health / Darcy A. Freedman --
Creating transformative change in community mental health : contributions from community psychology / Geoffrey Nelson, Bret Kloos, and José Ornelas --
Substance use and misuse : the community psychology of prevention, intervention, and policy / Bradley D. Olson, James Emshoff, and Rafael Rivera --
Community psychology and educational disparities : the role of social settings and status / Michael J. Strambler, Lance H. Linke, and Nadia L. Ward --
Disasters and postdisasters : lessons and challenges for community psychology / Tesania Velazquez, Miryam Rivera-Holguin, and Roxanna Morote --
Environmental degradation and sustainability : a community psychology perspective / Manuel Riemer and Niki Harré --
Part V. Working with diverse groups. Cultural integrity and African American empowerment : insights and practical implications for community psychology / Robert J. Jagers, Faheemah N. Mustafaa, and Blake Noel --
A contemporary perspective on working with Asian and Asian American communities in the United States / Nellie Tran and Wing Yi Chan --
Community psychology interventions and U.S. Latinos and Latinas / Bernadette Sánchez, Claudio Rivera, C. Lynn Liao, and Alison L. Mroczkowski --
Wellness interventions for indigenous communities in the United States : exemplars for action research / Joseph P. Gone, William E. Hartmann, and Mallory G. Sprague --
Arab Americans in context : a sociocultural ecological perspective for understanding the Arab American experience / Sawssan R. Ahmed and Mouna Mana --
Community-based interventions to improve the lives of women and girls : problems and possibilities / Heather Gridley, Colleen Turner, Catherine D’Arcy, Emma Sampson, and Monica Madyaningrum --
Interventions with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning communities / Karen Nieves-Lugo, Cynthia A. Rohrbeck, Nadine Nakamura, and Maria Cecilia Zea --
Promoting empowerment among individuals with disabilities / Fabricio Balcazar and Yolanda Suarez-Balcazar --
Community psychology approaches to intervention with children and adolescents / Kathryn E. Grant, Darius Tandon, Sharon Lambert, Farahnaz K. Farahmand, Katherine Ross, Charlynn Odahl-Ruan, and Patrick Tolan --
Toward a community psychology of aging : a lifespan perspective / Andrew J. Hostetler and Susan E. Paterson --
Part VI. Becoming and being a community psychologist. Educating community psychologists in a changing world / Irma Serrano-Garcia, David Pérez-Jimenez, and Soélix M. Rodriguez-Medina --
Career opportunities for community psychologists / Susan D. McMahon and Susan M. Wolfe
Series Title: APA handbooks in psychology.
Other Titles: American Psychological Association handbook of community psychology
Handbook of community psychology
Responsibility: editors, Meg A. Bond, Department of Psychology, and Director, Center for Women and Work, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Irma Serrano-Garcia, Department of Psychology, College of Social Sciences, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras, Christopher B. Keys, Department of Psychology, DePaul University, and Marybeth Shinn, Department of Human and Organizational Development, Peabody College, Vanderbilt University.

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