Young Peoples Perspectives On The Rights Of The Child - Implications For Theory, Research And Practice
December 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
Charting the Landscape of Children’s Rights Martin D. Ruck and Stacey S. Horn.
THEORETICAL, CONCEPTUAL, AND METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS.
The Rights of Children, the Rights of Nations: Developmental Theory and the Politics of Children’s Rights Colette Daiute.
Regardless of Frontiers: Adolescents and the Human Right to Information Roger J. R. Levesque.
Studying Children’s Perspectives on Self-Determination and Nurturance Rights: Issues and Challenges Michele Peterson-Badali and Martin D. Ruck.
YOUNG PEOPLE’S VIEWS OF PROTECTION AND PARTICIPATION IN EVERYDAY CONTEXTS.
Adolescents’ Perceptions of Rights as Reflected in Their Views of Citizenship Lonnie R. Sherrod.
Schooling, Sexuality, and Rights: An Investigation of Heterosexual Students’ Social Cognition Regarding Sexual Orientation and the Rights of Gay and Lesbian Peers in School Stacey S. Horn, Laura A. Szalacha, and Karen Drill.
It’s My Body and None of Your Business: Developmental Changes in Adolescents’ Perceptions of Rights Concerning Health Constance A. Flanagan, Michael Stout, and Leslie S. Gallay.
CULTURAL AND CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON CHILDREN’S RIGHTS.
Children’s Nurturance and Self-Determination Rights: A Cross-Cultural Perspective Isabelle D. Cherney and Yee L. Shing.
How Adolescents in 27 Countries Understand, Support, and Practice Human Rights Judith Torney-Purta, Britt Wilkenfeld, and Carolyn Barber.
Adolescents’ Approach toward Children’s Rights: Comparison among Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Children in Jerusalem Mona Khoury-Kassabri and Asher Ben-Arieh.
Beyond Balancing: Toward an Integrated Approach to Children’s Rights Gary B. Melton.
2007 KURT LEWIN AWARD ADDRESS.
Introduction to Kay Deaux’s Lewin Award Address Brenda N. Major.
To Be an American: Immigration, Hyphenation, and Incorporation Kay Deaux
Stacey S. Horn (2000, University of Maryland) is an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology and Graduate Coordinator for the M.Ed. in Youth Development at University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Horn is interested in the development of moral and social reasoning, peer groups and intergroup relations; and stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination related to sexual orientation and gender identity. Dr. Horn is on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Youth and Adolescence, the International Journal of Behavior and Development and the Journal of Gay and Lesbian Youth. Her research has been published in journals such as Developmental Psychology, the International Journal of Behavior and Development, Cognitive Development, and the Journal of Youth and Adolescence