Crockett, Lisa J.,Carlo, Gustavo. (Eds.) () Rural ethnic minority youth and families in the United States :theory, research, and applicationsMLA Citation
Crockett, Lisa J.,Carlo, Gustavo,eds. Rural Ethnic Minority Youth And Families In The United States: Theory, Research, And Applications. : . Print.
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Rural ethnic minority youth and families in the United States : theory, research, and applications /
Lisa J. Crockett, Gustavo Carlo, editors.
|Names:||Crockett, Lisa J., | Carlo, Gustavo,|
|Published:||Cham : Springer, |
Advancing responsible adolescent development.
|Topics:||Minorities - Youth - United States. | Rural population - Youth - United States. | Teenagers - Family relationships - United States. | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Discrimination & Race Relations | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Minority Studies|
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|245||00|aRural ethnic minority youth and families in the United States :|btheory, research, and applications /|cLisa J. Crockett, Gustavo Carlo, editors.|
|300|||a1 online resource (xv, 297 pages) :|billustrations|
|490||1 |aAdvancing responsible adolescent development|
|504|||aIncludes bibliographical references and index.|
|505||00|tEthnic and racial minority youth in the rural United States :|tan overview /|rLisa J. Crockett, Gustavo Carlo, and Chelsie Temmen --|tRacial-ethnic minority youth in rural America :|ttheoretical perspectives, conceptual challenges, and future directions /|rKatherine Jewsbury Conger, Ben T. reeb, and Sut Yee Shirley Chan --|tLatinos in rural, new immigrant destinations :|ta modification of the integrative model of child development /|rGabriela L. Stein, Roberto G. Gonzales, Cynthia García Coll, and Juan I. Prandoni --|tTheoretical perspectives on African American youth and families in rural settings /|rMichael Cunningham and Samantha Francois --|tTheoretical perspectives on Asian American youth and families in rural and new immigrant destinations /|rLisa Kiang and Andrew J. Supple --|tDevelopment and well-being of rural Latino youth :|tresearch findings and methodological aspects /|rMarcela Raffaeli, Maria I. Iturbide, and Mariela Fernandez --|tSchool, community, and cultural connectedness as predictors of adjustment among rural American Indian/Alaska native (AI/AN) adolescents /|rCarol A. Markstrom and Kristin L. Moilanen --|tAfrican American couples in rural contexts /|rCarolyn E. Cutrona, Frederick D. Clavél, and Melissa A. Johnson --|tMinority families in the rural United States :|tfamily processes, child care, and early schooling /|rMary Bratsch-Hines, Claire Baker, and Lynne Vernon-Feagans --|tRural Latino/a youth and parents on the northern Great Plains :|tpreliminary findings from the Latino Youth Care Project (LYCP) /|rGustavo Carlo, Lisa J. Crockett, Cara Streit, and Ruth Cardenas --|tSuicide and substance use disorder prevention for rural American Indian and Alaska native youth /|rJames Allen, Sarah Beehler, and John Gonzalez --|tRural African American adolescents' development :|ta critical review of empirical studies and preventive intervention programs /|rVelma McBride Murry, Na Liu, and Magaela C. Bethune --|tStrengths-based educational interventions in rural settings :|tpromoting child development through home-school partnerships /|rLisa L. Knoche and Amanda L. Witte --|tPromoting supportive contexts for minority youth in low-resource rural communities :|tthe SEALS model, directed consultation, and the scouting report approach /|rThomas W. Farmer and Jill V. Hamm --|tFuture prospects for studying ethnic and racial minority youths and families in diverse rural and nonrural contexts /|rRebecca M.B. White, Elizabeth Burleson, and George P. Knight.|
|520|||aThis book explores the risk and protective factors of rural life and minority status for youth and their families. It provides innovative perspectives on well-documented developmental challenges (e.g., poverty and lack of resources) as well as insights into the benefits of familial and cultural strengths. Coverage includes recent theories in child development, empirical studies of rural minority populations, and leading-edge interventions for urgent issues. The volume presents a spectrum of opportunities for understanding and providing services for youth in the United States through the lens of a diverse collection of ethnic minority experiences in rural settings. Topics featured in this volume include: Theoretical models focused on the intersection of ethnicity and rural settings. Family processes, child care, and early schooling in rural minority families. Promising strategies for conducting research with rural minority families. Strengths-based educational interventions in rural settings. Promoting supportive contexts for minority youth in low-resource rural communities. Rural Ethnic Minority Youth and Families in the United States is a valuable resource for researchers and professors, clinicians and related professionals, and graduate students across such disciplines as clinical child, school, and developmental psychology, family studies, social work, and public health. ℗ℓ-- ℓ́ℓBringing together cutting-edge scholarship in this watershed publication, Crockett and Carlo provide a singularly important foundation for future research seeking to describe, explain, and optimize the strengths of these still relatively understudied youth.ℓ́ℓ Richard M. Lerner Bergstrom Chair in Applied Developmental Science Director, Institute for Applied Research in Youth Development Tufts University ℗ℓℓ́ℓThe authors integrate long-standing ideas about rural settings and contemporary knowledge about ethnic minority status to present a long overdue treatment of the development of ethnic minority youth in rural America. This volume sheds light on an understudied and neglected segment of the American population.ℓ́ℓ Andrew J. Fuligni University of California, Los Angeles.|
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|650||0|aRural population|xYouth|zUnited States.|
|650||0|aTeenagers|xFamily relationships|zUnited States.|
|650||7|aSOCIAL SCIENCE / Discrimination & Race Relations|2bisacsh|
|650||7|aSOCIAL SCIENCE / Minority Studies|2bisacsh|
|700||1 |aCrockett, Lisa J.,|eeditor.|
|700||1 |aCarlo, Gustavo,|eeditor.|
|776||08|iPrint version:|tRural ethnic minority youth and families in the United States.|dCham : Springer, |z9783319209753|w(DLC) 2015947280|w(OCoLC)932048590|
|830||0|aAdvancing responsible adolescent development.|
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