Risk, Protection, and Resilience Among Youth Residing in Public Housing Neighborhoods

@article{ForrestBank2014RiskPA,
  title={Risk, Protection, and Resilience Among Youth Residing in Public Housing Neighborhoods},
  author={Shandra S. Forrest-Bank and Nicole Nicotera and Elizabeth K. Anthony and Brian Gonzales and Jeffrey M. Jenson},
  journal={Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={31},
  pages={295-314}
}
Constructs of risk, protection, and resilience were examined from the perspectives of 20 ethnically diverse elementary and middle school children residing in urban public housing neighborhoods. Participants attended an afterschool program at locations in each of the neighborhoods. Analyses generated five themes: (1) challenges (community-neighborhood, peer, school, family, and personal); (2) coping (behavioral, emotional, spiritual, and cognitive); (3) health (community-neighborhood, peer… CONTINUE READING

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