Colette Daiute

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With the exit of US combat troops from Iraq in 2011 and the subsequent drawdown of forces in Afghanistan, much public attention became focused on the reintegration of veterans of these wars into all aspects of civilian life. Record numbers of returning veterans enrolled in higher education. Abramson (2012) reported that, since 2009, when the Post-9/11 GI(More)
People's Views of Youth Participation and its Implications for Addressing Community Problems" (2016). CUNY Academic Works. This manuscript has been read and accepted for the Graduate Faculty in Psychology to satisfy the dissertation requirement for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. iv Acknowledgements Thank you to the young people and school officials who(More)
wrote, " When you write vulnerably, others respond vulnerably " (p. 16). Such is one's experience in reading Human Development and Political Violence by Colette Daiute, professor and head of the doctoral program in developmental psychology at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. Daiute's work is based on narratives, letters, fiction, and(More)
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