Session: Mentoring in the Ecological Context (Society for Social Work and Research 23rd Annual Conference - Ending Gender Based, Family and Community Violence)

148 Mentoring in the Ecological Context

Friday, January 18, 2019: 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
Union Square 16 Tower 3, 4th Floor (Hilton San Francisco)
Cluster: Adolescent and Youth Development (ADOL)
Michele Munson, PhD, New York University
* noted as presenting author
A Systematic Review of the Environmental Outcomes Associated with Youth Participatory Action Research in the United States
Heather Kennedy, MPH, University of Denver; Jonah DeChants, MS, University of Denver; Kimberly Bender, PhD, University of Denver; Yolanda Anyon, University of Denver
Participant Expectations Prospectively Predict Youth Mentoring Relationship Endings
Thomas Keller, PhD, Portland State University; Renee Spencer, EdD, Boston University; Miriam Miranda-Diaz, MSW, Portland State University; Hyuny Clark-Shim, BA, Portland State University; Alison Drew, EdM, Boston University; Martha McCormack, Portland State University
Does Mentorship Differ between Adolescents Living in Poor and Non-Poor Neighborhoods?
Young Sun Joo, MSW, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Ying-Chun Lin, MSW, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Youhung Her-Xiong, MSW, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Nurturing the Hope of Youth in Care: The Contribution of Mentoring
Yafit Sulimani-Aidan, Ph.D, Tel Aviv University; Eran Melkman, Ph.D, Rees Centre for Research in Fostering and Education University of Oxford Department of Education; Chan Hellman, Ph.D, University of Oklahoma
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