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Families, risk, and competence

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Published by Lawrence Erlbaum in Mahwah, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Family,
  • Child development

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Michael Lewis, Candice Feiring.
    ContributionsLewis, Michael, 1937 Jan. 10-, Feiring, Candice.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ734 .F227 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 350 p. :
    Number of Pages350
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL690685M
    ISBN 100805823441, 080582345X
    LC Control Number97037790

    This article series is designed to introduce you to the concept of real risk management—an approach that goes way beyond a safety program to encompass the 10 Families of Risk and to demonstrate how better understanding these risk families can help you anticipate and mitigate the risks in your own organization. This book tells the story of children and families whose lives are affected by alcohol. It also provides a guide to school personnel who are interested in developing programs for children of alcoholics (COAs). The program described herein, ESCAPE (Enhancing Social Competence and Personal Efficacy), was designed to be integrated into existing school by:

    Miami Book Fair This event has passed. Families at Risk: Two Novels Sunday, Novem @ am Room (Building 3, 3rd Floor) NE Second Ave., Miami, Fl United States. Family support services are community-based services that assist and support parents in their role as caregivers. Such services can take many different forms depending on the strengths and needs of the family, but their overarching goal is to help parents enhance skills and resolve problems to promote optimal child development.

    A basic premise of the book is that the generalized use of the "at-risk" label is highly problematic and often implicitly racist and classist--a s version of the cultural deficit model that locates problems in individuals, families, and communities, rather than in institutional . volving parents and extended families of at-risk children, the ERIC Clearinghouse on Educational Management is pleased to offer this comprehen-sive, practical report. Like other publications of the Clearinghouse, this book uses the technique of “information analysis.” It is a summary and syn-thesis of the most pertinent ideas from literature.


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Section 2 looks at family processes in the service of studying families at-risk. The risk factors include poverty, malnutrition, and developmental delay and retardation. The study of family processes in these contexts provides data on family dynamics as well as how these dynamics impact on the children's developing by: Section 2 looks at family processes in the service of studying families at-risk.

The risk factors include poverty, malnutrition, and developmental delay and retardation. The study risk family processes in these contexts provides data on family dynamics as well as how these dynamics impact on the children's developing : Taylor And Francis.

Families, Risk, and Competence 1st Edition. by Michael Lewis (Editor) › Visit Amazon's Michael Lewis Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. And competence book search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Michael Lewis (Editor) ISBN Price: $ 1st Edition Published on July 1, by Routledge The problems of studying families arise from the difficulty in studying systems where there and competence book multiple elem Families, Risk, and Competence - 1st Edition - Michael Lewis - Candic.

The problems of studying families arise from the difficulty in studying systems in which there are multiple elements interacting with each other and with the child.

This book attests to the growing sophistication of the conceptualization and measurement techniques for understanding family processes.

Chapters in the first part of the book, "The Nature of Family Environments," present basic Cited by: ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1.

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Families Risk And Competence. Author: Michael Lewis ISBN: Genre: Psychology File Size: MB Format: PDF, Kindle Download: Read: Download eBook. The problems of studying families arise from the difficulty in studying.

Get this from a library. Families, Risk, and Competence. [Michael Lewis; Candice Feiring] -- The problems of studying families arise from the difficulty in studying systems where there are multiple elements interacting with each other and with the child.

How should this system be described?. Families, Risk, and Competence book. Families, Risk, and Competence. DOI link for Families, Risk, and Competence. For these families, the construct of risk is defined in terms of family demographic variables and psychological dimensions of the family.

The direct observations have been gathered to complement many types of self-reports and Cited by: 1. Read "Families, Risk, and Competence" by available from Rakuten Kobo. The problems of studying families arise from the difficulty in studying systems where there are multiple elements intera Brand: Taylor And Francis.

Families, Risk, and Competence, edited by Michael Lewis and Candice Feiring, is a noteworthy addition to the literature concerned with the factors that influence child outcomes.

The purpose of this volume, as the editors state in the preface, is to go beyond the mother-child dyad and look at other familial influences on child development. develop ‘risk competence’. What we mean by this is the process of becoming knowledgeable and skilled in assessing risks and therefore acquiring the competence to take risks more safely.

Children who have had opportunities to develop their physical abilities and motor skills, a good sense ofFile Size: 1MB. Children in Families at Risk is an inspiring book which engenders hope and confidence in the inherent competence of families and communities to work together against great odds.

Administrators and clinicians who struggle to address the seemingly unsolvable concerns of fragmenting families will find here a remarkable combination of practical Format: Hardcover. Competence, Risk, and Resilience in Military Families: Conceptual Commentary Article in Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 16(3) July with 46 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Ann S.

Masten. MASTEN, A. and OBRADOVIC, J. Competence and Resilience in of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol.Issue. 1, by: The aim of the present study was to get a better understanding of parenting sense of competence in Portuguese at-risk families and more specifically to analyze the relations between.

The gold-standard text on cross-cultural competence, this book has been widely adopted by college faculty and trusted as a reference by in-service practitioners for almost 20 years. For this timely NEW edition, the highly regarded authors have carefully updated and expanded every chapter while retaining the basic approach and structure that Brand: Brookes Publishing.

Conclusions: Families exposed to urban poverty face a disproportionate risk of exposure to trauma and of becoming trauma-organized systems. Factors associated with urban poverty such as low neighborhood safety, daily hassles, and racial discrimination have been shown to increase the risk that trauma will negatively impact family functioning.

“The Ten Families of Risk” The first chapter of this book will be an eye-opener for you. When I take over (more on this later) risk management will be taught in grade school and again in high school so that people become aware of what is risky and what is not.

Section 2 looks at family processes in the service of studying families at-risk. The risk factors include poverty, malnutrition, and developmental delay and retardation. The study of family processes in these contexts provides data on family dynamics as well as how these dynamics impact on the children's developing competence.

Helping families who live in environments with multiple risk factors—including poverty, domestic violence, teen parenthood, mental illness, and substance abuse—requires that professionals and paraprofessionals work together to provide the best possible interventions.

This much-needed book shows service providers how to help these multi-risk families by using an integrative model that.1 - How Families Matter in Child Development: Reflections from Research on Risk and Resilience By Ann S. Masten, University of Minnesota, U.S., Anne Shaffer, University of Minnesota, U.S.

Edited by Alison Clarke-Stewart, University of California, Irvine, Judy Dunn, Institute of Psychiatry, LondonCited by:   This commentary highlights conceptual themes in the opening section of this special issue on military families in relation to a new synthesis of developmental systems theory that emerged from developmental, ecological, and family systems theory, as well as developmental psychopathology and risk/resilience frameworks.

Articles in this special issue draw on these concepts to characterize and Cited by: