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Handbook of youth mentoring [electronic resource] / edited by David L. DuBois, Michael J. Karcher.

Contributor(s): DuBois, David L | Karcher, Michael J | Sage Publications, inc | Sage eReference (Online service).
Material type: TextTextSeries: Sage program on applied developmental science: Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, c2005Description: 1 online resource (xii, 608 p.) : ill.ISBN: 1412976669; 9781412976664; 9781452261706 (electronic bk.); 1452261709 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Youth -- Counseling of -- United States | Mentoring -- United States | Youth development -- United States | Social work with youth -- United States | Jeunesse -- Counseling -- �Etats-Unis | Mentorat -- �Etats-Unis | Jeunesse -- D�eveloppement -- �Etats-Unis | Service social �a la jeunesse -- �Etats-Unis | Travail social | Services �a la jeunesse | Jeune | Counseling | Mentorat | Politique publique | �Etats-Unis | Mentoring - United States | Youth development - United States | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / Social Security | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / Social Services & WelfareGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Handbook of youth mentoring.DDC classification: 362.7/083 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
PART I: Introduction -- Youth mentoring: theory, research, and practice / David L. DuBois and Michael J. Karcher -- PART II: Concepts, frameworks, and foundations -- Mentoring in historical perspective / David B. Baker and Colleen P. Maguire -- A model of youth mentoring / Jean E. Rhodes -- Research methodology / David L. DuBois and Naida Silverthorn -- Toward a typology of mentoring / Cynthia L. Sipe -- PART III: Mentoring relationships -- The stages and development of mentoring relationships / Thomas E. Keller -- Assessment of mentoring relationships / Michael J. Nakkula and John T. Harris -- A psychotherapy/counseling perspective on mentoring relationships / Renee Spencer and Jean E. Rhodes -- Mentoring relationships and social support / Manuel Barrera, Jr., and Darya D. Bonds -- Natural mentoring relationships / Marc A. Zimmerman, Jeffrey B. Bingenheimer, and Diana E. Behrendt -- PART IV: Developmental and cultural perspectives -- Mentoring children / Timothy A. Cavell and Anne-Marie Smith -- Mentoring adolescents / Nancy Darling -- Race and ethnicity in mentoring relationships / Bernadette Sanchez and Yari Colon -- Gender in mentoring relationships / G. Anne Bogat and Belle Liang -- PART V: Formal mentoring programs -- Developing a mentoring program / Susan G. Weinberger -- Recruiting and sustaining volunteer mentors / Arthur A. Stukas and Chris Tanti -- Evaluating the effectiveness of mentoring programs / Jean B. Grossman -- Cross-age peer mentoring / Michael J. Karcher -- Intergenerational mentoring / Andrea S. Taylor, Leonard LoSciuto, and Lorraine Porcellini -- E-mentoring / Hugh Miller and Mark Griffiths -- Integration of mentoring with other programs and services / Gabriel P. Kuperminc, James G. Emshoff, Michele N. Reiner, Laura A. Secrest, Phyllis Holditch Niolon, and Jennifer D. Foster -- PART VI: Contexts of mentoring -- Schools / Sharon G. Portwood and Penny M. Ayers -- Work and service-learning / Mary Agnes Hamilton and Stephen F. Hamilton -- After-school programs / Barton J. Hirsch and Vivian Wong -- Religious organizations / Kenneth I. Maton, Mariano R. Sto. Domingo, and Jacqueline King -- International: U.K. and Europe / Kristin Liab?, Patricia Lucas, and Helen Roberts -- International: Australia and New Zealand / Ian M. Evans, Anna Jory, and Narelle Dawson -- PART VII: Special populations -- Talented and gifted / Carolyn M. Callahan and Robin M. Kyburg -- Academically at-risk students / Simon Larose and George M. Tarabulsy -- Juvenile offenders / Elaine A. Blechman and Jedediah Bopp -- Pregnant and parenting adolescents / Lynn Blinn-Pike -- Abused and neglected youth / Preston A. Britner and Lisa Kraimer-Rickaby -- Youth with disabilities / Katherine McDonald, Fabricio Balcazar, and Christopher Keys -- PART VIII: Policy issues -- Youth mentoring and public policy / Gary Walker -- Cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness analyses / Brian T. Yates -- Mentoring for results: accountability at individual, program, community, and policy levels / Shawn M. Coyne, Jennifer L. Duffy, and Abraham Wandersman.
Summary: Youth mentoring is increasingly a part of growing up for children in the US & elsewere. This book offers a synthesis of current theory, research & practice in the field, including guidance on mentoring special groups, such as juvenile offenders, pregnant teens & youth with disabilities.
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

PART I: Introduction -- Youth mentoring: theory, research, and practice / David L. DuBois and Michael J. Karcher -- PART II: Concepts, frameworks, and foundations -- Mentoring in historical perspective / David B. Baker and Colleen P. Maguire -- A model of youth mentoring / Jean E. Rhodes -- Research methodology / David L. DuBois and Naida Silverthorn -- Toward a typology of mentoring / Cynthia L. Sipe -- PART III: Mentoring relationships -- The stages and development of mentoring relationships / Thomas E. Keller -- Assessment of mentoring relationships / Michael J. Nakkula and John T. Harris -- A psychotherapy/counseling perspective on mentoring relationships / Renee Spencer and Jean E. Rhodes -- Mentoring relationships and social support / Manuel Barrera, Jr., and Darya D. Bonds -- Natural mentoring relationships / Marc A. Zimmerman, Jeffrey B. Bingenheimer, and Diana E. Behrendt -- PART IV: Developmental and cultural perspectives -- Mentoring children / Timothy A. Cavell and Anne-Marie Smith -- Mentoring adolescents / Nancy Darling -- Race and ethnicity in mentoring relationships / Bernadette Sanchez and Yari Colon -- Gender in mentoring relationships / G. Anne Bogat and Belle Liang -- PART V: Formal mentoring programs -- Developing a mentoring program / Susan G. Weinberger -- Recruiting and sustaining volunteer mentors / Arthur A. Stukas and Chris Tanti -- Evaluating the effectiveness of mentoring programs / Jean B. Grossman -- Cross-age peer mentoring / Michael J. Karcher -- Intergenerational mentoring / Andrea S. Taylor, Leonard LoSciuto, and Lorraine Porcellini -- E-mentoring / Hugh Miller and Mark Griffiths -- Integration of mentoring with other programs and services / Gabriel P. Kuperminc, James G. Emshoff, Michele N. Reiner, Laura A. Secrest, Phyllis Holditch Niolon, and Jennifer D. Foster -- PART VI: Contexts of mentoring -- Schools / Sharon G. Portwood and Penny M. Ayers -- Work and service-learning / Mary Agnes Hamilton and Stephen F. Hamilton -- After-school programs / Barton J. Hirsch and Vivian Wong -- Religious organizations / Kenneth I. Maton, Mariano R. Sto. Domingo, and Jacqueline King -- International: U.K. and Europe / Kristin Liab?, Patricia Lucas, and Helen Roberts -- International: Australia and New Zealand / Ian M. Evans, Anna Jory, and Narelle Dawson -- PART VII: Special populations -- Talented and gifted / Carolyn M. Callahan and Robin M. Kyburg -- Academically at-risk students / Simon Larose and George M. Tarabulsy -- Juvenile offenders / Elaine A. Blechman and Jedediah Bopp -- Pregnant and parenting adolescents / Lynn Blinn-Pike -- Abused and neglected youth / Preston A. Britner and Lisa Kraimer-Rickaby -- Youth with disabilities / Katherine McDonald, Fabricio Balcazar, and Christopher Keys -- PART VIII: Policy issues -- Youth mentoring and public policy / Gary Walker -- Cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness analyses / Brian T. Yates -- Mentoring for results: accountability at individual, program, community, and policy levels / Shawn M. Coyne, Jennifer L. Duffy, and Abraham Wandersman.

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Youth mentoring is increasingly a part of growing up for children in the US & elsewere. This book offers a synthesis of current theory, research & practice in the field, including guidance on mentoring special groups, such as juvenile offenders, pregnant teens & youth with disabilities.

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