Realizing social justice [electronic resource] : the challenge of preventive interventions / edited by Maureen E. Kenny ... [and others].

Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, c2009.
1 online resource
1st ed.

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Other Title:
Mental illness -- Prevention.
Preventive mental health services.
Social justice.
Medical subjects:
Preventive Psychiatry -- methods.
Health Promotion.
Mental Disorders -- prevention & control.
Social Justice.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
"This volume reinvigorates the field of prevention by presenting a renewed vision suited to the needs of a diverse U.S. population. The editors emphasize the potential of prevention to promote positive development across the life span and to foster social justice. Part I presents the theoretical, conceptual, methodological, and ethical foundations that inform a social justice vision of prevention. Part II examines the design, conduct, and assessment of preventive interventions in a variety of contexts (community, workplace, school, family) and across various targeted psychopathologies or "bad behaviors," such as depression, aggressive/delinquent youth, job "burnout," domestic violence, poor health practices, and racism/sexism. Contributors focus on theory, research, practice, and training in prevention as well as the philosophical, public policy, and economic issues that impact the prevention efforts by psychologists and other helping professionals. This key text defines the field while offering scholars, practitioners, and graduate students a state-of-the-art resource to guide further directions in the science and practice of prevention"--Jacket. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA, all rights reserved).
Promoting positive development and social justice through prevention : a legacy for the future / Maureen E. Kenny and John L. Romano
Advancing prevention, health promotion, and social justice through practical integration of prevention science and practice / Le'Roy E. Reese, John Harvey Wingfield, and Daniel Blumenthal
Prevention as a mechanism for promoting positive development in the context of risk : principles of best practice / Mary Walsh, Jillian DePaul, and Jenny Park-Taylor
The role of prevention in psychology's social justice agenda / Elizabeth M. Vera, Larisa Buhin, and Anthony Isacco
Evaluating contemporary social programs : challenges and opportunities / Francine Jacobs and Jessica Goldberg.
Prevention : ethics, responsibility, and commitment to public well-being / Jonathan P. Schwartz and Sally M. Hage
Training primary preventionists to make a difference in people's lives / James M. O'Neil and Preston A. Britner
Fostering a healthy climate for diversity / Connie R. Matthews, Shanti Pepper, and Peggy Lorah
Promoting healthy lifestyles / Theresa L. Byrd and Belinda Reininger
Developing healthy family relationships / Michael Waldo, Arthur M. Horne, and Maureen E. Kenny
Development of a positive school climate / Kris Bosworth, Pamela Orpinas, and Katie Hein
Creating healthy work organizations / David M. DeJoy and Mark G. Wilson
Collaboration for building strong communities : two examples / Victoria L. Banyard and Lisa Goodman.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Electronic reproduction. Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, 2009. Available via World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreement. s2009 dcunns
Kenny, Maureen.
American Psychological Association.
9781433804113 (print ed.)
1433804115 (print ed.)
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