Selected Outcomes For Young People Aged 17-19 Years In Long Term Foster Care In Ireland, 2009 Trinity College, Dublin
Selected Outcomes For Young People Aged 17-19 Years In Long Term Foster Care In Ireland, Fiona Daly, Robbie Gilligan
No abstract provided.
Renewal And Risk: The Dual Experience Of Young Motherhood And Aging Out Of The Child Welfare System, 2009 Loyola University Chicago
Renewal And Risk: The Dual Experience Of Young Motherhood And Aging Out Of The Child Welfare System, Julia Pryce
Mutual But Unequal: Mentoring As A Hybrid Of Familiar Relationship Roles, 2009 Loyola University Chicago
Mutual But Unequal: Mentoring As A Hybrid Of Familiar Relationship Roles, Julia Pryce
Words Can Hurt Forever, 2009 Cornell University
Words Can Hurt Forever, James Garbarino, Ellen Delara
No abstract provided.
Early Life Characteristics, Psychiatric History, And Cognition Trajectories In Later Life, 2009 Syracuse University
Early Life Characteristics, Psychiatric History, And Cognition Trajectories In Later Life, Maria Teresa Brown
Caregiving Heuristics: Valuable Practitioner Knowledge In The Context Of Managing Residential Care, 2009 Loyola University Chicago
Caregiving Heuristics: Valuable Practitioner Knowledge In The Context Of Managing Residential Care, Katherine Tyson Mccrea Professor
Katherine Tyson McCrea
No abstract provided.
Rethinking Substance Misuse Policy And Practice: An Ideas Wales Discussion Paper, 2009 Victoria University of Wellington
Rethinking Substance Misuse Policy And Practice: An Ideas Wales Discussion Paper, Julian Buchanan
This accessible and easy to read paper designed to promote thinking and discussion seeks to develop principles upon which future drug policy and practice could be developed. It examines evidence and makes clear recommendations towards a fit for purpose drug policy.
Estudio Sobre El Comportamiento Y Salud En Los Jóvenes Escolares De La República Dominicana: Resultados De 2009, 2009 Washington University in St Louis
Estudio Sobre El Comportamiento Y Salud En Los Jóvenes Escolares De La República Dominicana: Resultados De 2009, Juan B. Peña, Elián P. Cabrera-Nguyen, Diana Chaves, Rosa Fernández
Elián P. Cabrera-Nguyen
This scientific report on risk behaviors among adolescents in the Dominican Republic (DR) was prepared for the DR Ministry of Education. The study used a stratified cluster design of public high schools in the DR with sample weights. The questionnaire included items from the 2009 Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Results of this nationally representative survey were presented to a delegation from the DR Ministry of Education at Washington University's Brown School. This report was also presented at the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo. Dr. Juan Peña, assistant professor at Washington University's Brown School, was the PI and is ...
Rumours And Realities Of Marriage Practices In Contemporary Samin Society, 2009 Charles Sturt University
Rumours And Realities Of Marriage Practices In Contemporary Samin Society, Arif Rohman
From the mid-19th century the Samin people have made a contribution to resistance to Dutch colonial rule in rural Java by their non-violence movement and passive resistance (lijdelijk verset). History also notes that they have a unique culture and system of values which reflect their own local wisdom. However, many negative rumours have become widespread regarding this community. This article explores the marriage practices in Samin society and finds out how Samin society gives meaning to these marriage practices. It examines whether the practice of ‘virginity tests’ and ‘stray marriages’ exist in contemporary Samin society.
Everyday Conflict And Daily Stressors: Coping Responses Of Black Women, 2009 University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Everyday Conflict And Daily Stressors: Coping Responses Of Black Women, J. Camille Hall
J. Camille Hall, PhD., LCSW
The purpose of this study was to explore how Black women cope with the impact of daily stressors in their lives. To understand stress and coping among Black women, it was necessary to explore the interlocking effects of race, gender, and social class on these stressors and their effects on the women’s ability to cope with the consequences for their health and emotional and psychological well-being. An exploratory design with grounded theory methods was used to develop a midrange theory about stress and coping among Black women on the basis of the women’s experience with sociocultural factors, namely ...
Person-Organization Incongruence As A Predictor Of Right-Wing Authoritarianism, Social Dominance Orientation, And Heterosexism, Kristie L. Seelman, N. E. Walls
Kristie L Seelman
Using a sample of 124 incoming social work graduate students, we examined whether levels of perceived incongruence with social work values and the perceived culture of a graduate social work program significantly correlate with social psychological constructs. The social psychological constructs are associated with maintenance and support for social stratification in general and with prejudicial attitudes based on sexual orientation more specifically. Results suggest that higher levels of cultural incongruence are associated with significantly higher levels of right-wing authoritarianism, social dominance orientation, hostile heterosexism, aversive heterosexism, and paternalistic heterosexism. Nonsignificant results emerged for amnestic heterosexism and positive stereotypic heterosexism. Implications ...
Homeownership And Parenting Practices: Evidence From The Community Advantage Panel, 2009 University of Pennsylvania
Homeownership And Parenting Practices: Evidence From The Community Advantage Panel, Michal Grinstein-Weiss, Trina R.W. Shanks, Kim R. Manturuk, Clinton C. Key, Jong-Gyu Paik, Johanna K.P. Greeson
Johanna K.P. Greeson, PhD, MSS, MLSP
This study examines whether there is a significant relationship between homeownership and engaged parenting practices among low- and moderate-income households. Using analytic methods which account for selection effects and clustering, we test whether homeownership can act as a protective factor against parental disengagement from children. Controlling for individual characteristics, analyses demonstrate that homeowners are more likely than renters to demonstrate engaged parenting behaviors such as organizing structured activities for their children. While renters are more likely to read to their children, the children of homeowners spend less time watching television and playing video games. Implications for low-income housing policy are ...
Challenges Of Sustainable Democracy In Nigeria (Edited By Emmanuel O. Ojo), 2009 Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State, Nigeria
Challenges Of Sustainable Democracy In Nigeria (Edited By Emmanuel O. Ojo), Segun Oshewolo
No abstract provided.