Addressing Community Problems: Psychological Research and Interventions
Ximena B. Arriaga, Stuart Oskamp
SAGE Publications, Jul 23, 1998 - Psychology - 271 pages
Taking both social and clinical psychological perspectives, this volume examines pressing community problems such as homelessness, racism, delinquency, alcoholism, violence, unemployment and workplace health. The contributors, leaders in community and social psychology, present the results of their empirical research into these problems.
15 pages matching Safe Dates in this book
Results 1-3 of 15
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Is Housing the Cure for Homelessness?
Violence Among Urban African American
6 other sections not shown
AA-only activities adolescents adults African American alcohol alpha alpha coefficient American Journal American Psychological Association analysis associated baseline California Center Chapter community problems Community Psychology conflict dating abuse dating violence dominant group drinking problems economic effects employees employment ethnic Eurobarometer evaluation father's support follow-up gender health promotion homeless homeless families impact implementation individuals innovation inpatient interaction intergroup intervention job-loss job-search JOBS program Latinos levels males mediating variables mental health mental illness narrative organization organizational out-group outcomes parental support participants Pathways to Housing perceived perpetration person prevention Price psychiatric psychological abuse racism reported risk factor role Safe Dates sample Shinn skills Social Psychology stories stress stressors subordinate groups subsidized housing substance abuse Survey theory Timko tion Tsemberis unemployed University untreated variables victims Vinokur violent behavior violent friends workplace York youths