Deviant peer influences in programs for youth : problems and solutions / edited by Kenneth A. Dodge, Thomas J. Dishion, Jennifer E. Lansford.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Dodge, Kenneth A., Dishion, Thomas J., 1954-, Lansford, Jennifer E.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Guilford Press, c2006.
Series:Duke series in child development and public policy
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Table of Contents:
  • The problem of deviant peer influences in intervention programs / Kenneth A. Dodge, Jennifer E. Lansford, and Thomas J. Dishion
  • Deviant peer contagion in interventions and programs : an ecological framework for understanding influence mechanisms / Thomas J. Dishion and Kenneth A. Dodge
  • Deviant peer effects : perspectives of an epidemiologist / James C. Anthony
  • Assigning youths to minimize total harm / Philip J. Cook and Jens Ludwig
  • Is deviant peer influence a problem and what can be done? : qualitative perspectives from four focus groups / Jennifer E. Lansford and Joel Rosch
  • Deviant peer group effects in youth mental health interventions / Kenneth A. Dodge and Michelle R. Sherrill
  • Deviant peer effects in education / Wendy M. Reinke and Hill M. Walker
  • Peer effects in juvenile justice / D. Wayne Osgood and Laine O'Neill Briddell
  • The effects of community-based group treatment for delinquency : a meta-analytic search for cross-study generalizations / Mark W. Lipsey
  • Peer effects in neighborhoods and housing / Jacob Vigdor
  • Iatrogenic outcomes of the child welfare system : vulnerable adolescents, peer influences, and instability in foster care arrangement / Melvin N. Wilson and LaKeesha N. Woods
  • Peer effects in community programs / Jennifer E. Lansford
  • Peer effects in naturally occurring groups : the case of street gangs / Malcolm W. Klein
  • Research-based prevention programs and practices for delivery in schools that decrease the risk of deviant peer influence / Rebecca B. Silver and J. Mark Eddy
  • Promising solutions in juvenile justice / Peter Greenwood
  • Prevention approaches to improve child and adolescent behavior and reduce deviant peer influence / Emilie Phillips Smith, Jean E. Dumas, and Ron Prinz
  • Promising solutions in housing and the community / Jens Ludwig and Greg Duncan
  • Creating a legal and organizational context for reducing peer influence / Joel Rosch and Cindy Lederman
  • A functional contextualist framework for affecting peer influence practices / Anthony Biglan, Jeffrey Sprague, and Kevin J. Moore
  • Findings and recommendations : a blueprint to minimize deviant peer influence in youth interventions and programs / Thomas J. Dishion, Kenneth A. Dodge, and Jennifer E. Lansford.