Issues

Issues

Issues

We define community broadly and engage in communities of many kinds. Pieces are arranged topically and the list of issue topics is continually expanding.

Schools as Community Hubs in the Outskirts of Lima, Peru

Posted in: Education, Marginalized Groups, Poverty and Socioeconomic Status | Tags:
Social network analysis can be used in the operational definition of social regularities, behavior settings, and similar ecological concepts. In the period 2015-2016 we implemented a program for the prevention of child labor in marginal areas in the outskirts of Lima, Peru.

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The Southeast Equine Research and Education Partnership

Posted in: Coalition Building, Poverty and Socioeconomic Status, Rural Communities, Sense of Community | Tags:
The Southeast Equine Research and Education Partnership (SEREP) is an interdisciplinary, interinstitutional, community-university collaborative. The long-term goal is to build on the organically grown local equine ecosystem to bring community, economic, and workforce development to a rural region in the southeastern United States.

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People of Color Experience Discrimination Within LGBT Spaces

Posted in: Marginalized Groups, Mental Health, Sense of Community | Tags:
We examine processes of minority stress and community resilience among racially diverse sexual minority men. Our findings suggest that connection to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community plays a more central role in mediating minority stress processes for White sexual minority men than it does for sexual minority men of color.

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Campus Racial Climate for African Americans Scale

Posted in: Education, Marginalized Groups | Tags:
Many institutions of higher learning regularly conduct “campus climate” surveys to assess student perceptions and concerns. For my dissertation, I created a campus racial climate measure specifically for African American college students. The goal was to develop a culturally-relevant measure for this population, basing the questions on the experiences of African American college students.

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Put a Positive Spin on Your Social Media

Posted in: Coalition Building, Sense of Community | Tags:
Social media represents a growing portion of social movements, with the possibility to quickly and easily reach large groups of people on a global scale. Understanding how to engage and activate one’s online audience holds substantial implications for those looking to advocate for social justice.

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Rattling Our Comfort Zone: Structural Violence, Decolonization and Community Psychology – Chris Sonn

Posted in: Marginalized Groups | Tags:
Chris Sonn digs into the complex and interconnected topics of structural and symbolic violence, decolonization, historical memory, indigeneity and whiteness.

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The Road to You Know Where is Paved with Good Intentions – Ed Tricket

Posted in: History of Community Psychology | Tags:
Ed Trickett shares his nuanced way of understanding ecological theory and the ecology of our social world.

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Engaging Patients in Their Own Lives – Lenny Jason

Posted in: Healthcare | Tags:
Lenny Jason discusses his work on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalopathy (CFS/ME).

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SenseofCommunity.com

Posted in: Sense of Community | Tags:
Bringing together the myriad of international scholars and practitioners to advance the work on sense of community.

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Building Skills with the Community Tool Box

Posted in: Coalition Building | Tags:
People – locally and globally – can change and improve conditions that affect their lives. How? We can become more effective by learning and applying community-building skills. The Community Tool Box ™ is a website that provides practical guidance, tips, tools, and how-to-do-it information on a wide variety of community skills. It is intended to […]

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