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Yelderman, Logan A.; Wood, Steve; Summers, Alicia – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2022
Background: Media reports of child deaths as a result of abuse and neglect can influence how children move throughout the foster care system. Using the theoretical frameworks of moral panics and street level bureaucracy, the current study examined how news reports of violent child abuse and neglect cases relate to foster care children with…
Descriptors: Death, Children, Child Abuse, Foster Care
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Sochos, Antigonos; Aleem, Sadia – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2022
Background: Previous clinical and theoretical work supports the idea that parental attachment style and complicated grief affect young persons' mental health, but empirical research investigating their impact on young person's adjustment to bereavement is lacking. Objective: This study investigated the impact of parental attachment style and…
Descriptors: Grief, Attachment Behavior, Parent Child Relationship, Adjustment (to Environment)
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Acar, Ibrahim H.; Veziroglu-Çelik, Mefharet; Rudasill, Kathleen Moritz; Sealy, Martinique A. – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2022
Background: Children's approach to learning is essential for both academic achievement and socio-emotional well-being. This competence is influenced by both individual (self-regulation) and environmental factors (teacher-child relationships). Objective: The aim of the present study is to examine Turkish children's learning behaviors through the…
Descriptors: Preschool Children, Self Management, Student Behavior, Teacher Student Relationship
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Sawyer, Brook E.; Dever, Bridget V.; Kong, Peggy; Sonnenschein, Susan; Simons, Cassandra; Yu, Xiaoran; Zhang, Xinwei; Cai, Yin – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2022
Background: The importance of parental beliefs and practices related to children's school readiness skills is widely documented, but few studies explicitly focus on immigrant families. Further, no known studies have examined immigrant parents' beliefs about what skills children need to be successful in kindergarten. Objectives: The overarching aim…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Beliefs, Immigrants, School Readiness
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Coyle, Samantha; Weinreb, Karly S.; Davila, Gabriella; Cuellar, Matthew – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2022
Background: Victimization at school has been shown to affect a student's perceptions of school climate, specifically in regard to how safe they feel at school and how fair they perceive their schools to be. Objective: The current study investigated the potentially protective role of supportive teachers and peers in reducing the negative influence…
Descriptors: Victims, Student Attitudes, Grade 9, Social Support Groups
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Tabbutt, Kelly; Maher, Erin J.; Horm, Diane – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2022
Background: The need for cross-sector collaborations to implement system-level improvements in early childhood care and education brings increased demand for comprehensive and practicable means of evaluating such collaborations. Objective: This mixed-methods study evaluates a statewide collaboration formed to develop a strategic plan for a…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Program Evaluation, State Programs, Educational Cooperation
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Kelly, Kathleen M.; Malecki, Christine K. – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2022
Background: Robust research indicates that social support is negatively associated with depression and anxiety. Less work has investigated social support as a network of support across sources like parents and classmates. Past work suggests that sources of support have differential associations with internalizing outcomes. More work exploring the…
Descriptors: Females, Adolescents, High School Students, Social Support Groups
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Peterson, Carla A.; Zhang, Dong; Flittner, Allison; Shelley, Mack C.; Doudna, Kimberly; Cohen, Rachel Chazan; Aaron, Lindsey; Fan, Liuran – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2022
Background: More than two million U.S. families receive home visiting services each year, yet little is known about the content and process of home visit interventions. Home visit observations are a recommended tool to address this gap in knowledge, but guidance regarding how much observation time is needed to provide a trustworthy picture of home…
Descriptors: Home Visits, Observation, Disadvantaged Youth, Preschool Education
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Dáu, Ana Luísa B. T.; Milan, Stephanie – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2022
Background: Identifying specific mechanisms of risk can help better tailor parenting interventions to different forms of maternal psychopathology. Borderline personality disorder (BPD) symptoms interfere with mentalization and emotion regulation capacities; thus, maternal BPD symptoms may uniquely impact aspects of parenting that draw on these…
Descriptors: Personality Problems, Behavior Disorders, Symptoms (Individual Disorders), Mothers
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Stone, Katie J.; Poquiz, Jonathan L.; Singh, Mehar; Fite, Paula J. – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2022
Background: Youth involved with the juvenile justice system are at an increased risk for developing internalizing symptoms. In accordance with ecological systems theory and Self-Determination Theory, parental psychological control and emotion-related constructs, such as alexithymia (or difficulty processing emotions), are linked to internalizing…
Descriptors: Emotional Response, Parent Child Relationship, Parenting Styles, Symptoms (Individual Disorders)
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Elkins, Sara R.; Darban, Behnaz; Millmann, Megan; Martinez, Monica; Short, Mary B. – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2022
Background: In August 2017, Hurricane Harvey disrupted the lives of millions in the Houston/Galveston gulf coast region, causing injury, loss, and major uncertainty of wellbeing. Natural disasters can influence parent mental health and parenting behaviors, though less is known about how these factors might be associated with parenting…
Descriptors: Predictor Variables, Natural Disasters, Parents, Child Rearing
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Heath, Ryan D.; Tan, Kevin; Guzzy, Jennifer S.; Henry, Briyana – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2022
Background: Middle school victimization and problem behaviors often co-occur, but little is known about patterns of co-occurrence, or how long effects persist into adulthood. Objective: Drawing on general strain theory, this study aimed to identify sex-specific profiles of victimization and problem behaviors during middle school, and their…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, Victims, Behavior Problems, Gender Differences
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Fite, Paula J.; Gudiño, Omar G.; Tampke, Elizabeth C.; O'Dell, Chloe – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2022
Background: Although the link between substance use and criminal behavior is well-established, associations between the use of specific substances and specific criminal charges remains unclear. That is, there are mixed findings in the literature, and the majority of extant literature focuses only on associations between alcohol and marijuana use…
Descriptors: Correlation, Substance Abuse, Crime, Violence
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Fernández-Simo, Deibe; Cid-Fernández, Xosé Manuel; Carrera-Fernández, María Victoria – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2022
Background: The process of transition to adult life of youth with a record of protection is crucial to overcome the difficulties to achieve an independent life. Objective: This research aims to analyze the conditions under which protected youth are emancipated, as well as the factors that facilitate emancipation. Method: A qualitative study was…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Child Welfare, Social Support Groups, Intervention
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Howard, Steven J.; Vasseleu, E.; Neilsen-Hewett, C.; de Rosnay, M.; Williams, K. E. – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2022
Background: Over the past few decades early self-regulation has been identified as foundational to positive learning and wellbeing trajectories. As a consequence, a wide range of approaches have been developed to capture children's developmental progress in self-regulation. Little is known, however, about whether and which of these are reliable…
Descriptors: Prediction, School Readiness, Self Control, Preschool Children
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