AMERICAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY
Vols. 1-62. New York, 1973-2018. Mostly reprint.
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- AMERICAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY publishes "quantitative and qualitative research on community psychological interventions," and the level of analysis can focus on the individual, the group, the neighborhood, the community or society. Recent topics covered include participatory action research with self-help/mutual aid organizations for psychiatric consumer/survivors; inner-city neighborhood common spaces: a survival analysis of communal-living and self-help; addiction recovery participants: empirical support for the critical assumptions of empowerment theory using qualitative methods to develop contextually relevant measures; and preventive interventions: an ecologically differentiated, multifactor model of adolescent network orientation; rape victim experiences with the legal, medical, and mental health systems academic achievement of African American preadolescents and life circumstances and personal resources as predictors of the ten-year course of depression. Those who will find this title useful include professionals working with communities or societal concerns (Katz).
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