Investing in Children, Youth, Families and Communities: Stengths-Based Research and Policy / Edition 1

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Overview

A transformative theme - from deficits to strengths - emerges in this book, as it surveys the mounting evidence that programs that shore up resilience can and do work. Empirically rich chapters show how children, youth, families, and communities can be vital resources in countering the challenges posed by violence, abuse, neglect, and other obstacles to development. It provides concrete examples of programs that recognize, strengthen, and marshal the abilities of individuals and groups traditionally assumed to be deficient or in need of "fixing.

Uniquely, this book also extends the scientific findings to real-world program and policy implications.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781591470625
  • Publisher: American Psychological Association
  • Publication date: 10/28/2003
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 380
  • Product dimensions: 9.90 (w) x 7.30 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Contributors
Acknowledgments
Ch. 1 Strengths-Based Research and Policy: An Introduction 3
Ch. 2 Research and Policy for Building Strengths: Processes and Contexts of Individual, Family, and Community Development 13
Ch. 3 Adversities, Strengths, and Public Policy 31
Ch. 4 Strengths-Building Public Policy for Children of Divorce 53
Ch. 5 Resilient Outcomes in Abused and Neglected Children: Bases for Strengths-Based Intervention and Prevention Policies 73
Ch. 6 The Strengths, Competence, and Resilience of Women Facing Domestic Violence: How Can Research and Policy Support Them? 97
Ch. 7 Enhancing the Developmental Outcomes of Adolescent Parents and Their Children 117
Ch. 8 Fostering Resilience in Children of Alcoholic Parents 137
Ch. 9 Mental Health Services: A Family Systems Approach 157
Ch. 10 Children and Families Coping With Pediatric Chronic Illnesses 173
Ch. 11 Building Protection, Support, and Opportunity for Inner-City Children and Youth and Their Families 193
Ch. 12 Opportunities for Schools to Promote Resilience in Children and Youth 213
Ch. 13 The Organization of Schooling and Adolescent Development 233
Ch. 14 Resilience in Children Exposed to Negative Peer Influences 251
Ch. 15 Racial and Ethnic Status: Risk and Protective Processes Among African American Families 269
Ch. 16 Acculturation and Enculturation Among Latino Youth 285
Ch. 17 Community Violence and Children: Preventing Exposure and Reducing Harm 303
Ch. 18 Community Development as a Response to Community-Level Adversity: Ecological Theory and Research and Strengths-Based Policy 321
Ch. 19 A Blueprint for the Future 343
Index 355
About the Editors 379
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