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We propose a value‐based conceptualization of partnership, defining partnership as relationships between community psychologists, oppressed groups, and other stakeholders, which strive to achieve key community psychology values (caring, compassion, community, health, self‐determination,...
Neighborhood norms are an important determinant of beliefs and attitudes about parenting, and measuring changes in community norms is an important component of evaluating community‐based programs for improving child outcomes. The purpose of this study was to determine whether or not a survey of...
This study examines whether and how a wide range of potential barriers to work,including psychological characteristics and attitudes, are associated with current employment in a recent sample of welfare recipients in Michigan (N = 672). Psychological factors include measures of depressive...
Using a life course perspective, the research examines personal accounts of adults with schizophrenia, and their parents and well‐siblings from six families. Accounts of multiple members of the same family, including the family member with schizophrenia, are used to describe how families...
The purpose of this paper is to articulate a rationale for value‐based praxis in community psychology. Although values need to promote personal, collective, and relational wellness at the same time, it is argued that community psychologists pay more attention to personal and relational wellness...
This is a study of psychosocial outcomes of adolescents born to teenage mothers. Adolescents' problem behaviors, psychological well‐being, social support, school variables, and sexual behaviors are compared across three groups—those born to mothers 17 or younger, mothers 18–19 years old, and...
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