Community-Level Social Support Responses in a Slow-Motion Technological Disaster: The Case of Libby, Montana
Environmental Influences on Fighting Versus Nonviolent Behavior in Peer Situations: A Qualitative Study with Urban African American Adolescents
Natural Mentors, Mental Health, and Risk Behaviors: A Longitudinal Analysis of African American Adolescents Transitioning into Adulthood
Changes in the Composition of the Homeless Population: 1992–2002
Imagining Participatory Action Research in Collaboration with Children: an Introduction
Youth ReACT for Social Change: A Method for Youth Participatory Action Research
Partnering with Children Diagnosed with Mental Health Issues: Contributions of a Sociology of Childhood Perspective to Participatory Action Research
A Typology of Youth Participation and Empowerment for Child and Adolescent Health Promotion
Young Children as Protagonists and the Role of Participatory, Visual Methods in Engaging Multiple Perspectives
A Recess Evaluation with the Players: Taking Steps Toward Participatory Action Research
Trying on and Trying Out: Participatory Action Research as a Tool for Literacy and Identity Work in Middle Grades Classrooms
Participatory Action Research (PAR) in Middle School: Opportunities, Constraints, and Key Processes
Consultation and Participation with Children in Healthy Schools: Choice, Conflict and Context
A Case Study of Participatory Action Research in a Public New England Middle School: Empowerment, Constraints and Challenges
Small Shoes, Big Steps! Empowering Children as Active Researchers
“Big Organisations” Supporting “Small Involvement”: Lessons from Bosnia and Herzegovina on Enabling Community-Based Participation of Children Through PAR
Children as Research Collaborators: Issues and Reflections from a Mobility Study in Sub-Saharan Africa
Girls Study Girls Inc.: Engaging Girls in Evaluation Through Participatory Action Research
Child Wellness and Social Inclusion: Values for Action
Global Aging: Challenges for Community Psychology
Erratum to: Understanding and Improving the Effectiveness of After-School Practice