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Listen to us on the go! People engaged in community work share their experiences through audio. We feature RadioActive , an hour long talk show hosted by Natalie Kivell, interviewing academics and/or activists from around the world who dive into critical discussions from a Community Psychology lens.

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

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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

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Lenny Jason discusses his work on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalopathy (CFS/ME).

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What is Community Psychology – Laura Kohn-Wood and Courte Voorhees

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Laura Kohn-Wood and Courte Voorhees discuss the timeless question: “What is Community Psychology”.

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Refugees, Migration, Acculturation and Traumatic Stress – Dina Birman

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Dina Birman discusses refugees, culture, acculturation, migration and traumatic stress. Dina takes listeners through a definition of Community Psychology and her own personal history of moving to the US as a refugee from the Soviet Union.

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This is Not a History Lesson; This is Agitation – Regina Langhout

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We all have moments in our lives that speak to us, that move us in unexpected ways. One of these moments for Natalie, the host of RadioActive, was an address given at the 2015 Society for Community Research and Action Biennial conference. Gina Langhout, a scholar and community psychologist, delivered her address entitled – This […]

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Surfacing and Shifting Power – Scot Evans and Tod Sloan

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On this episode of RadioActive we served up two brilliant (and ridiculously cool) academic brains who work tirelessly to understand the role of power in creating and maintaining suffering and inequality in our communities and society.

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Dismantling the Caricature of “Other” – Ashmeet Oberoi

Posted in: Children, Youth and Families, Education, Marginalized Groups | Tags:
Dr. Oberoi studies the school experience (both as it relates to well-being and academic achievement) of Muslim and immigrant youth who are ‘othered’ within the American school systems.

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The Role of Science in Social Movements – Winnie Chan

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Winnie Chan joins Natalie to share her new paper entitled “From Moment to Movement: Empowerment and Resilience as a Framework for Collective Action in Hong Kong”.

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Prioritizing the Local in an Era of Globalization – Urmitapa Dutta

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On this episode of RadioActive you hear an interview with Urmitapa Dutta during the 2017 Society for Community Research and Action conference held in Ottawa Canada. Urmi discusses the role of knowledge construction in the margins as discussed in her paper “Prioritizing the Local in an Era of Globalization: A Proposal for Decentering Community Psychology” […]

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