Valerie S. Kuehne

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In this two-part paper, the author examines intergenerational program research and evaluation based on a framework derived from a collaborative UNESCO (2000)-sponsored review of the intergenerational program field. In Part One, conceptual foundations for intergenerational programming are considered, taking into account theories that focus on individuals and(More)
Although the nature of younger adults' attitudes toward older adults has been researched extensively, there are long-neglected questions regarding older adults' views of young adults. In the first phase of this three phase study, community dwelling seniors generated traits they believed characterized young people. In the second phase, a subsample of the(More)
A cross-national study of 104 fourth grade children's concepts of old people and extended family was conducted in Canada and the United States, using the Children's Attitudes Toward the Elderly Scale (CATE), and a modified version of the Gilby and Pederson (1982) Family Concept Interview. Both Anglo-American and African-American children were included in(More)
Valerie S. Kuehne, Ph.D. Matthew S. Kaplan, Ph.D. Associate Vice-President Academic Associate Professor Associate Professor Intergenerational Programs and Aging School of Child & Youth Care Dept. of Agricultural & Extension University of Victoria Education 4 Floor, Business & Economics Building The Pennsylvania State University P.O. Box 1700 Stn CSC 323 Ag(More)
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