Youth Perspectives on Violence and Injustice
October 2003, Wiley-Blackwell
Youth Perspectives on Violence and Injustice explores the myths and realities of adolescent's participation in violent behavior and the volence perpetrated against them because of ethnicity, sexuality, and gender. It explores the causes as well as the possible solutions for this growing issue in child development.
Youth Perspectives on Violence and Injustice.
Youth Perspectives Through History, Culture, and Community.
Youth Confronting Public Institutions.
Transformations from Youth Through Relationships.
2001 Kurt Lewin Award Address.
- cross-cultural exploration of youth perspectives on violence based on ethnicity, sexuality, and gender
- presentation of youth responses to public institutions, such as public schools and the police
- 2001 Kurt Lewin Award Address "The Timeliness of Time for Blacks and Whites"