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Traumatized neighborhoods and communities: How family educators can help.

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Traumatized neighborhoods and communities: How family educators can help.

Reilly, Rosemary C. (2010) Traumatized neighborhoods and communities: How family educators can help. Play + Paren+ing: FRP Canada Newsletter, 2010 (winter). pp. 1-2.

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Abstract

This article outlines strategies that family educators can use to support parents and families in communities that have experienced traumatic events, such as the death of community members or peers.

Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Arts and Science > Applied Human Sciences
Item Type:Article
Refereed:No
Authors:Reilly, Rosemary C.
Journal or Publication:Play + Paren+ing: FRP Canada Newsletter
Date:January 2010
Funders:
  • This article reports trends found in a research project funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council, Ottawa, Canada.
Keywords:family education; traumatized communities; death and loss; parenting education
ID Code:6531
Deposited By:ROSEMARY REILLY
Deposited On:13 Apr 2010 12:35
Last Modified:02 Nov 2012 15:57
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Additional Information:This article reports trends found in a research project funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council, Ottawa, Canada.
References:
Arcus, M. (1987). A framework for life-span family life
education. Family Relations, 36, 5-10.

Gross, P. (1993). On family life education: For family life
educators (3rd ed. rev.). Montreal: Centre for Human Relations and Community Studies.

Williams, M., Zinner, E., & Ellis, R. (1999). The connection between grief and trauma: An overview. In E. Zinner & M. Williams (Eds.), When a community weeps: Case studies in group survivorship (pp. 3-21). Philadelphia: Bruner/Mazel.
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