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Vulnerable children and youth in Brazil : innovative approaches from the psychology of social development

Author: Debora Dell'Aglio; Sílvia Helena Koller
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017] ©2017
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This book presents the results of researches conducted with children and youth at risk for over 20 years in Brazil. It addresses a series of topics related to children and youth living in poverty or in situations of social vulnerability, like family, sexual and dating violence; adolescent mothers and mothers who put their children for adoption; children and youth living in foster and institutional care; and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Debora Dell'Aglio; Sílvia Helena Koller
ISBN: 9783319650333 3319650335
OCLC Number: 1007700571
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Contents; Contributors; Chapter 1: Studying Human Development in Situations of Vulnerability in Brazil; References; Part I: Contexts of Violence; Chapter 2: Intrafamily Violence: A Study on Vulnerability and Resilience; Studying a Case of Vulnerability and Resilience; Community Characterization; Previous History of Mary; Current History of Mary; Understanding Vulnerability and Resilience; Risk Factors; Protective Factors; Take-Home Message; References. Chapter 3: Methodological Aspects of Research on Violence Against Adolescents in Brazilian Public Schools Adolescence and Victimization; Violence and School; Methodological and Ethical Aspects in the Research with Adolescents in Schools; Research Report; Conclusions; References; Chapter 4: Theoretical-Methodological Aspects of Research on Violence in Adolescent Dating Relationships; Theoretical Aspects: Definition of Affective-Sexual Relations in Adolescence and Violence on Dating Relationships. Methodological Aspects in the Field of Violence on Dating Relationships Research Current Research: Violence in Affective-Sexual Relationships in Adolescence; Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: Research on the Disclosure of Sexual Violence: Ethical and Methodological Paths; Brief Historical Considerations on Violence Against Children and Adolescents in Brazil; The Process of Revealing or Finding Out About Sexual Violence; Ethics of Research Involving Human Beings in Brazil; Methodological Challenges in Research on Sexual Violence. ConclusionsReferences; Chapter 6: An Integrative Conceptual Model for Enhanced Understanding of the Dynamics of Sexual Violence Against Children; A Chronological and Content Synthesis of Five Extant Models of Dynamics of Sexual Violence Against Children; Integration of the Dynamics of Sexual Violence Against Children Models; Discussion; Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: Discussion on Prejudice and Empathy in Children and Adolescents in Situations of Social Vulnerability: Proposition of Interventions. Empathy, Perspective Taking, and Prejudice Final Considerations; References; Part II: Risk and Protective Factors; Chapter 8: Protective Factors for the Development of Adolescents with DM1: An Interface Between Positive Psychology and Health Psychology; Implications of the Chronic Condition in Adolescence; Positive Psychology and DM1; Adolescents with DM1 in the South of Brazil: Research by NEPA; Protection Factors for Development with DM1: Results Found; Quality of Life; Social Support; Treatment Compliance.
Responsibility: Débora Dallbosco Dell'Aglio, SIlvia Helena Koller, editors.

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This book presents the results of researches conducted with children and youth at risk for over 20 years in Brazil. It addresses a series of topics related to children and youth living in poverty or in situations of social vulnerability, like family, sexual and dating violence; adolescent mothers and mothers who put their children for adoption; children and youth living in foster and institutional care; and adolescents involved in drug trafficking or incarcerated in juvenile detention centers. Building upon the Bioecological Theory of Human Development, this volume emphasizes the innovative knowledge about psychosocial development of vulnerable children and youth produced in Brazil and aims to present theoretical and methodological approaches developed especially for the countries of the Global South, in an attempt to overcome the scientific divide between the North and South. Northern research agenda defines as global the theories, methodologies, and application of knowledge on social policies and interventions. However, the contexts, histories, and cultural processes are essential for producing and applying research knowledge according to specific regional characteristics, organizations, and conditions. Human development is related to contextual features and cannot be directly imported from one place to another. Departing from these original theoretical and methodological approaches, the book also presents the results of evidence-based interventions, showing its effectiveness in specific contexts. All of this makes Vulnerable Children and Youth in Brazil - Innovative Approaches from the Psychology of Social Development a valuable tool for psychologists, educators, social scientists and public health professionals studying or working with children and youth at risk in different parts of the world, contributing to the understanding of human development in cultural context.

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