First Peoples Child & Family Review
A Journal on Innovation and Best Practices in Aboriginal Child Welfare Administration, Research, Policy & Practice

Volume 3, numéro 2, 2007 Special Issue: Adolescent development, mental health, and promising research directions for Aboriginal youth Sous la direction de Chris Wekerle

Sommaire (12 articles)

Articles

  1. Foreword
  2. Special Issue: Adolescent development, mental health, and promising research directions for Aboriginal youth
  3. Adolescence: A Window of Opportunity for Positive Change in Mental Health
  4. An Alcohol Abuse Early Intervention Approach with Mi’kmaq Adolescents
  5. Building a Collaborative Understanding of Pathways to Adolescent Alcohol Misuse in a Mi’kmaq Community: A Process Paper
  6. The Effects of Self Harming Behaviours of Youth in Child Welfare Care
  7. The Maltreatment and Adolescent Pathways (MAP) Project: Using Adolescent Child Protective Services Population-Based Research to Identify Research Questions
  8. A Commentary on Alternative Approaches to the Research Process with Canadian First Nation Communities
  9. A Smoking Prevention Program for Aboriginal Youth
  10. Housing for Aboriginal Youth in the Inner City of Winnipeg
  11. Is Attachment Theory Consistent with Aboriginal Parenting Realities?
  12. A Change of Residence: Government Schools and Foster Homes as Sites of Forced Aboriginal Assimilation – A paper Designed to Provoke Thought and Systemic Change

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