Handbook for working with children and youth : pathways to resilience across cultures and contexts /

by Ungar, Michael, 1963-.
Type: Book
Publisher: Thousand Oaks : Sage Publications, c2005 .Description: xxxix, 511 p. : ill. ; 27 cm .ISBN: 1412904056 (cloth).Other Title: Pathways to resilience across cultures and contexts .Related Subjects: Resilience (Personality trait) in children | Resilience (Personality trait) in adolescence | Resilience (Personality trait) in children -- Cross-cultural studies | Resilience (Personality trait) in adolescence -- Cross-cultural studies | Social work with children | Social work with youth Contents: Children's risk, resilience and coping in extreme situations / Jo Boyden and Gillian Mann -- Culture and ethnic identity in family resilience: dynamic processes in trauma and transformation of indigenous people / Laurie McCubbin and Hamilton McCubbin -- Lessons learned from poor urban African American youth: resilient strengths in coping with adverse environments / Joyce West Stevens -- Gendered adaptations, resilience, and the perpetration of violence / Jane F. Gilgun and Laura S. Abrams -- The theory of resilience and its application to street children in the minority and majority world / Jacqueline McAdam-Crisp, Lewis Aptekar, and Wanjiku Kironyo -- Beyond resilience: blending wellness and liberation in the helping professions / Isaac Prilleltensky and Ora Prilleltensky -- Community based child welfare for aboriginal children: supporting resilience through structural change / Cindy Blackstock and Nico Trocmé -- Beetles, bullfrogs and butterflies: contributions of natural environment to childhood development and resilience / Fred H. Besthorn -- Methodological challenges in the study of resilience / William H. Barton -- Qualitative resilience research: contributions and risks / Michael Ungar and Eli Teram -- Psychosocial health in youth: an international perspective / John C. LeBlanc, Pam J. Talbott and Wendy M. Craig -- Resilience and well-being in developing countries / Laura Camfield and Allister McGregor -- The International Resilience Project: a mixed-methods approach to the study of resilience across cultures / Michael Ungar and Linda Liebenberg -- Israeli youth cope with terror: vulnerability and resilience / Zahava Solomon and Avital Laufer -- Overcoming adversity with children affected by HIV/AIDS in indigenous South African cultural context / Philip Cook and Lesley du Toit -- Bent but not broken: exploring queer youth resilience / Marion Brown and Marc Colbourne -- Psychosocial functioning of children from monogamous and polygamous families: implications for practice / Alean Al-Krenawi and Vered Slonim-Nevo -- Strengthening families and communities: system building for resilience / Barbara J. Friesen and Eileen Brennan -- Professional discourse of social workers working with at-risk young people in Hong Kong: risk or resilience? / Kwai-Yau Wong and Tak-yan Lee -- Resilient youth in north east India: the role of faith-based organizations in communities affected by violence / Jerry Thomas and George Menamparampil -- Alternative approaches to promoting the health and well-being of children: accessing community resources to support resilience / Ken Barter -- Respecting aboriginal families: pathways to resilience in custom adoption and family group conferencing / Nancy MacDonald, Joan Glode, and Fred Wien -- Social and cultural roots of Russian adolescents and youth resilience: interventions by the state, society, and the family / Alexander Makhnach and Anna Laktionova -- Intercepts of resilience and systems of care / Mary I. Armstrong, Beth A. Stroul and Roger A. Boothroyd -- Youth civic engagement: promise and peril / Scot D. Evans and Isaac Prilleltensky -- Resilience in the Palestinian occupied territories / Toine van Teeffelen, Hania Bitar, Saleem Al-Habash -- Resiliency and young African Canadian males / Wanda Bernard and David Este -- Violence prevention programming in Colombia: challenges in project design and fidelity / Luis F. Duque, Joanne Klevens, Michael Ungar and Anna W. Lee.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 467-471) and index.

Children's risk, resilience and coping in extreme situations / Jo Boyden and Gillian Mann -- Culture and ethnic identity in family resilience: dynamic processes in trauma and transformation of indigenous people / Laurie McCubbin and Hamilton McCubbin -- Lessons learned from poor urban African American youth: resilient strengths in coping with adverse environments / Joyce West Stevens -- Gendered adaptations, resilience, and the perpetration of violence / Jane F. Gilgun and Laura S. Abrams -- The theory of resilience and its application to street children in the minority and majority world / Jacqueline McAdam-Crisp, Lewis Aptekar, and Wanjiku Kironyo -- Beyond resilience: blending wellness and liberation in the helping professions / Isaac Prilleltensky and Ora Prilleltensky -- Community based child welfare for aboriginal children: supporting resilience through structural change / Cindy Blackstock and Nico Trocmé -- Beetles, bullfrogs and butterflies: contributions of natural environment to childhood development and resilience / Fred H. Besthorn -- Methodological challenges in the study of resilience / William H. Barton -- Qualitative resilience research: contributions and risks / Michael Ungar and Eli Teram -- Psychosocial health in youth: an international perspective / John C. LeBlanc, Pam J. Talbott and Wendy M. Craig -- Resilience and well-being in developing countries / Laura Camfield and Allister McGregor -- The International Resilience Project: a mixed-methods approach to the study of resilience across cultures / Michael Ungar and Linda Liebenberg -- Israeli youth cope with terror: vulnerability and resilience / Zahava Solomon and Avital Laufer -- Overcoming adversity with children affected by HIV/AIDS in indigenous South African cultural context / Philip Cook and Lesley du Toit -- Bent but not broken: exploring queer youth resilience / Marion Brown and Marc Colbourne -- Psychosocial functioning of children from monogamous and polygamous families: implications for practice / Alean Al-Krenawi and Vered Slonim-Nevo -- Strengthening families and communities: system building for resilience / Barbara J. Friesen and Eileen Brennan -- Professional discourse of social workers working with at-risk young people in Hong Kong: risk or resilience? / Kwai-Yau Wong and Tak-yan Lee -- Resilient youth in north east India: the role of faith-based organizations in communities affected by violence / Jerry Thomas and George Menamparampil -- Alternative approaches to promoting the health and well-being of children: accessing community resources to support resilience / Ken Barter -- Respecting aboriginal families: pathways to resilience in custom adoption and family group conferencing / Nancy MacDonald, Joan Glode, and Fred Wien -- Social and cultural roots of Russian adolescents and youth resilience: interventions by the state, society, and the family / Alexander Makhnach and Anna Laktionova -- Intercepts of resilience and systems of care / Mary I. Armstrong, Beth A. Stroul and Roger A. Boothroyd -- Youth civic engagement: promise and peril / Scot D. Evans and Isaac Prilleltensky -- Resilience in the Palestinian occupied territories / Toine van Teeffelen, Hania Bitar, Saleem Al-Habash -- Resiliency and young African Canadian males / Wanda Bernard and David Este -- Violence prevention programming in Colombia: challenges in project design and fidelity / Luis F. Duque, Joanne Klevens, Michael Ungar and Anna W. Lee.

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