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Handbook of applied developmental science : promoting positive child, adolescent, and family development through research, policies, and programs. 1, Applying developmental science for youth and families : historical and theoretical foundations

Author: Richard M Lerner; Francine Jacobs; Donald Wertlieb
Publisher: Thousand Oaks (Calif.) : Sage Publications, 2003.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard M Lerner; Francine Jacobs; Donald Wertlieb
ISBN: 0761922784 9780761922780
OCLC Number: 495373563
Description: XXVI-548 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: Volume 1: APPLYING DEVELOPMENTAL SCIENCE FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES; HISTORICAL AND THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONSPrefaceForeword - Edward Zigler (Yale University)1. Historical and theoretical bases of applied developmental science - Richard M. Lerner; Donald Wertlieb; Francine Jacobs (Tufts University)I. Dimensions of Individual Diversity2. Neural development and lifelong plasticity - Charles A. Nelson (University of Minnesota)3. Process of risk and resilience during adolescence: Stress, coping, and stress reactivity - Bruce E. Compas (University of Vermont); Kathryn E. Grant (DePaul University)4. The origins and ends of giftedness - Ellen Winner (Boston College)5. Gender and sexual identity - Lisa M. Diamond (University of Utah); Ritch C. Savin-Williams (Cornell University)6. Identity, self, and peers in context: a culturally sensitive, developmental framework for analysis - Margaret Beale Spencer; Vinay Harpalani; Suzanne Fegley; Tabitha Dell' Angelo; Gregory Seaton (University of Pennsylvania)7. Racial identity and racial socialization as aspects of adolescents' identity development - Janet E. Helms (Boston College)8. Rediscovering the importance of religion in adolescent development - Michael Kerestes; James E. Youniss (Catholic University)II. Features of Family Diversity9. Positive parenting and positive development in children - Marc H. Bornstein (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development)10. Promoting child adjustment by fostering positive paternal involvement - Michael Lamb; Susan S. Chuang; Natasha Cabrera (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development)11. Ethnotheories of parenting: At the interface between culture and child development - Jayanthi Mistry; Jana Chaudhuri; Virginia Diez (Tufts University)12. The development of young children with disabilities and their families: Implications for policies and programs - Penny Hauser-Cram and Angela Howell (Boston College)13. Children, families, and work: Research findings and implications for policies and programs - Jacqueline V. Lerner (Boston College); Domini R. Castellino (Duke University); Erica Lolli and Samuel Wan (Boston College)14. Families and ethnicity - Harriette P. McAdoo; Alan Martin (Michigan State University)15. Family functioning and child development: The case of divorce - Paul R. Amato (Pennsylvania State University)16. Public investments in child care quality: Needs, challenges, and opportunities - Kathryn Tout; Martha Zaslow (Child Trends)III. Emerging Models for the Promotion of Positive Youth and Family Development17. Developmental strengths and their sources: implications for the study and practice of community-building - Peter L. Benson; Peter C. Scales; Marc Mannes (Search Institute)18. Bringing in a new era in the field of youth development - William Damon (Stanford University); Anne Gregory (University of California-Berkeley)19. Strategic frame analysis and youth development: How communications research engages the public - Franklin Gilliam (UCLA) & Susan Nall Bales (FrameWorks Institute)20. Child and youth well-being: The social indicators field - Brett V. Brown; Kristin Moore (Child Trends)21. The American tradition of community development: Implications for guiding community engagement in youth development - Marc Mannes; Peter L. Benson (Search Institute); John P. Kretzmann (Northwestern University); Tyler Norris (Community Initiatives, Inc)Volume 2. ENHANCING THE LIFE CHANCES OF YOUTH AND FAMILIES: CONTRIBUTIONS OF PROGRAMS, POLICIES, AND SERVICE SYSTEMSForeword - The Honorable Elijah E. Cummings (U.S. House of Representatives)Preface1. Learning from policy and practice: A view of the issues - Francine Jacobs; Donald Wertlieb; Richard M. Lerner (Tufts University)I. Dangers on the Way: Risks to Achieving Positive Outcomes for Children2. Internalizing and externalizing problems - Michael Windle (University of Alabama at Birmingham)3. Understanding children's responses to marital conflict: A family systems model - Rebecca D.A. Schrag; Tara S. Peris; Robert E. Emery (University of Virginia)4. Youth gangs and community violence - Carl S. Taylor (Michigan State University)5. Child poverty in the United States: An evidence-based conceptual framework for programs and policies - Elizabeth T. Gershoff; Lawrence J. Aber (Columbia University); C. Cybele Raver (University of Chicago)6. Beyond the body count: Moderating the effects of war on children's long-term adaptation - James Garbarino (Cornell University); Jasmina Burdzovic Andreas (Brandeis University); Joseph A. Vorrasi (Cornell University)II. Promoting Positive Youth Development: Practice and Evidence7. Early intervention and family support programs - John Eckenrode; Charles Izzo; Mary Campa-Muller (Cornell University)8. What is a youth development program? Identification of defining principles - Jodie L. Roth; Jeanne Brooks-Gunn (Teachers College, Columbia University)9. Relationship-based interventions: The impact of mentoring and apprenticeship on youth development - Jean E. Rhodes; Jennifer G. Roffman (University of Massachusetts - Boston)10. Positive youth development: A strategy for improving adolescent health - Robert W. Blum (University of Minnesota)11. Implications of research on play and interpersonal development for the study and delivery of child psychotherapy - Sandra W. Russ; Amy B. Goldstein; Ethan D. Schafer (Case Western University)III. Public Child and Family-Serving Systems: Does Healthy Development Result?12. How cities can improve children's outcomes: The case of ReadBoston - Richard Weissbourd (Harvard University)13. Reforming education: Developing 21st century community schools - Martin J. Blank; Bela Shah; Sheri Johnson; William Blackwell; Melissa Ganley (Institute for Educational Leadership)14. Schools and family services: Impacts and implications for families, family service providers, and school personnel - Charles Bruner (Child and Family Policy Center, Des Moines, Iowa)15. Back to basics: Building an early care and education system - Sharon Lynn Kagan; Michelle J. Neuman (Teachers College, Columbia University)16. Public health strategies to promote healthy children, youth, and families - Deborah Klein Walker (Massachusetts Department of Public Health)17. Child welfare: Controversies and possibilities - Jacquelyn McCroskey (University of Southern California)18. Welfare reform: Effects of TANF on family well-being - Sandra K. Danziger; Ariel Kalil (University of Michigan)19. Juvenile justice and positive youth development - Robert G. Schwartz (Juvenile Law Center, Philadelphia)20. Housing: The foundation of family life - Rachel G. Bratt (Tufts University)21. The role of federal and state governments in child and family issues: An analysis of three policy areas - Jeffrey Capizzano; Matthew Stagner (The Urban Institute)IV. Effecting Policy: Solidifying a Child and Family Agenda22. Youth leadership for development: Civic activism as a component of youth development programming and a strategy for strengthening civil society - Wendy Wheeler (Innovation Center for Community and Youth Development)23. Shared leadership with families: Social inclusion as a core strategy of family support - Virginia L. Mason (Family Support America)24. The politics of children's issues: Challenges and opportunities for advancing a children's agenda in the political arena - Mary Lee Allen; Susanne Martinez (Children's Defense Fund)25. Exploring youth policy in the United States: Options for progress - Karen J. Pittman; Nicole Yohalem; Merita Irby (International Youth Foundation)Volume 3 PROMOTING POSITIVE YOUTH AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT: COMMUNITY SYSTEMS, CITIZENSHIP, AND CIVIL SOCIETYForeword - David Bell (Chair, Board of Directors, International Youth Foundation)Preface1. Enhancing civil society through youth development: A view of the issues - Donald Wertlieb; Francine Jacobs; Richard M. Lerner (Tufts University)I. National and International Perspectives2. National youth organizations in the United States: Contributions to civil society - Donald T. Floyd and Leigh McKenna (National 4-H Council)3. Collaborations and coalitions for positive youth development - Robert F. Ashcraft (Arizona State University)4. An alliance for youth development: Second generation models of inter-sectoral partnering (ISP) - William Reese; Cathryn L. Thorup (International Youth Foundation)5. Seeing beyond the crisis: What international relief organizations are learning from community-based child-rearing practices - Heidi Verhoef (Boston)6. The role of NGOs in the protection of and assistance to children in complex emergencies and natural disasters - Angela Raven-Roberts (Tufts University)7. International poverty movements and organizations as spaces of freedom for child, adolescent, and family development: The example of the Fourth World Movement - Bruno Tardieu (Fourth World Movement)8. Health and disability: The role of the World Health Organization and other United Nations organizations in child, adolescent, and family development - Marguerite Schneider; Matilde Leonardi; T. Bedirhan Ustun (World Health Organization)9. Quality of life in children - Joseph A. Durlak (Loyola University Chicago); Janet F. Gillespie (SUNY College at Brockport)10. Childhood disability in sociocultural and historical context: Evolving social policies and practices - Bruce L. Mallory (University of New Hampshire)11. Culture, child development research, and early childhood education: Rethinking the relationship - Rebecca S. New (Tufts University)12. Investing in children promotes poverty reduction, social justice, and economic growth: The challenge for Asia - Joseph Michael Hunt (Asian Development Bank)13. Promoting the development of the ASEAN child: Issues and challenges - Kim-Choo Khoo (National University of Singapore)14. The role of participation, positive youth development and social entrepreneurship in ensuring successful programmes in Australia: Replicating good practice without compromising quality - Ulrike Schuermann (Australian Youth Foundation)15. Non-government organizations in Canada promoting youth development: Opportunities for teens, communties, and developmental scientists - Heather Sears (University of New Brunswick)16. Positive youth development in the context of national development: The emerging youth agenda of the Dominican Republic - Francisco A. Villarruel (Michigan State University), Alberto Rodriguez (World Bank), Leena Mangrulkar (W.K. Kellogg Foundation), Rafael Paz (ENTRENA S.A.), Rosemary T. Faiver (Independent Consultant), and Omara Rivera Vazquez (Michigan State University17. European youth development and policy: the role of NGOs and public authority in the making of the European citizen - Peter Lauritzen with Irena Guidikova (Council of Europe)II. Perspectives from the Philanthropic Community18. Philanthropy, science, and social change: Corporate and operating foundations as engines of applied developmental science - Lonnie R. Sherrod (Fordham University)19. Private foundation support of youth development - Anne C. Petersen; Gail D. McClure (W. K. Kellogg Foundation) 20. Crossing the generational divide: Community foundations engaging youth in grantmaking, service, and leadership - Joel Orosz; Karin Tice; Sarah Van Eck (W. K. Kellogg Foundation) 21. A "Renaissance in Philanthropy": The future of private foundations and their service to children, youth, families, and their communities - Susanna Barry (Tufts University); Lorna Lathram (omidyar Foundation); Michael Chertok (Global Catalyst Foundation); Susan Bell; Renu Karir (The William & Flora Hewlett Foundation)III. Perspectives from the Faith Community22. Islamic Arabic youth and family development: An example from Kuwait - Fawzyiah Hadi and Ghenaim Al-Fayez (Kuwait University)23. Youth development through youth ministry: A renewed emphasis of the Catholic Church - Elizabeth M. Dowling (Tufts University) and Richard J. Dowling (Maryland Catholic Conference)24. Jewish youth and family development programs - Seymour J. Friedland (Jewish Family and Children's Services of Greater Boston) and William Berkson (The Jewish Institute for Youth and Family)25. Building strengths, deepening faith: Understanding and enhancing youth development in protestant congregations - Eugene C. Roehlkepartain (Search Institute)26. Making room at the table for everyone: Interfaith engagement in positive child and adolescent development - Eugene C. Roehlkpartain (Search Institute)Volume 4 ADDING VALUE TO YOUTH AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT: THE ENGAGED UNIVERSITY AND PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC OUTREACHForeword - Graham B. Spanier (President, Pennsylvania State University)Preface1. University engagement and outreach: A view of the issues - Richard M. Lerner; Donald Wertlieb; Francine Jacobs (Tufts University)I. The Engaged Univeristy2. Changing campus culture - David C. Hardesty; Lawrence S. Cote; Larry LeFlore (West Virginia University)3. Religiously affiliated colleges and universities - Monika K. Hellwig (Association of Catholic Colleges and Universites, Washington, D.C.) 4. Liberal arts institutions and child, family and community development - Gregory S. Prince, Jr.; Madelaine S. Marquez; Nancy Kelly (Hampshire College)5. Promoting regional collaborations: The role of the comprehensive regional university - Judith A. Ramaley (University of Vermont)6. The Tufts University College of Citizenship and Public Service: An infusion approach to education for active citizenship - Robert Hollister; Molly Mead; John DiBiaggio (Tufts University)7. Can private colleges be good citizens?: One president's response - Marjorie Bakken; MaryPat Hebeler (Wheelock College)8. Multi-university coalitions - Neal Halfon; Raphael Travis (UCLA)9. Historically black universities: Making a difference in our communities - Shirley Hymon-Parker (University of Maryland Eastern Shores)10. Revitalizing K-12 schools: The case for service learning - Shelley H. Billig (RMC Research Corporation)II. Academic Outreach11. Promoting positive development with human development and family studies: The ecological perspective - Stephen F. Hamilton; Brian D. Leidy; Marney G. Thomas (Cornell University)12. Early-childhood education - David Elkind (Tufts University)13. The role of positive psychology in child, adolescent, and family development - Andrew Shatte; Martin E. P. Seligman (University of Pennsylvania); Jane E. Gillham (Swarthmore College); Karen Reivich (University of Pennsylvania)14. Classification of positive traits - Christopher Peterson (University of Pennsylvania)15. Promoting a life worth living: Human development from the vantage points of mental illness and mental health - Corey L. M. Keyes (Emory University)16. Reform of science education: A curriculum - Leon M. Lederman (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)17. The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and positive youth development research - Susan Newcomer (National Institute of Child and Human Development)III. Professional Outreach18. Family and consumer sciences: A holistic approach stretching to the future - Peggy S. Meszaros (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)19. The role of nurses in enhancing adolescent development: A comprehensive approach - Linda S. Thompson (University of Maryland); Georgene Butler (Howard Community College)20. A public-health approach to child and youth well-being: Envisioning a global alliance - Mark L. Rosenberg (Center for Child Well-being); Susan Zaro (ORC Macro); Maureen Marshall (The Center for Child Well-Being of the Task Force for Child Survival and Development)21. Promoting positive development in children, youth, and families: A social work cultural-practice perspective - Robbie W. C. Tourse; Betty J. Blythe (Boston College)22. Including law in the mix: The role of law, lawyers, and legal training in child advocacy - Catherine J. Ross (The George Washington University)23. Participant consultation: Ethical insights into parental permission and confidentiality procedures for policy-relevant research with youth - Celia B. Fisher (Fordham University)
Responsibility: ed. by Richard M. Lerner, Francine Jacobs, Donald Wertlieb.


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