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On SAGE Insight: Learning from refugees and volunteers in the Calais camp

Article title: Challenges and impossibilities of ‘standing alongside’ in an intolerable context: Learning from refugees and volunteers in the Calais camp From Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry This paper from the special issue: Asylum seeking young people, child and family … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: The role of arts activities in developing resilience and mental wellbeing in children and young people

Article title: Th e role of arts activities in developing resilience and mental wellbeing in children and young people a rapid review of the literature From Perspectives in Public Health This paper exploring the effects of participating in creative activities on … Continue reading

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What factors contribute to African American youth abstaining from offending?

The Discontinuity of Offending Among African American Youth in the Juvenile Justice System From Youth & Society Little is known about what factors contribute to African American youth abstaining from offending. This longitudinal study focuses on factors that decrease the … Continue reading

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”My mother’s keeper”: the effects of parentification on black female college students

From Journal of Black Psychology The Black family—both nuclear and extended—has been responsible for the survival of Black people in America. Despite shifting dynamics due to the evolution of the family structure during the past 50 years, the family is … Continue reading

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