FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Human Development – May 2022
Twelve entries from the Department of Human Development. Entries include studies on gender violence prevention, on issues of age, family, and literacy in China, on data collection methods, and on intersectional awareness in counseling.
Eriksen, Shelley J. and Jackson Katz, “Credit where it is due: Gender violence prevention education as a leadership issue,” in S. Tan & L. DeFrank-Cole (Eds.,) A Research Agenda for Gender and Leadership, London: Edward Elgar Publishing (forthcoming, 2022)
Eriksen, Shelley J. 2021. “Gender violence prevention as leadership education: Feminist-inspired bystander training for college student leaders,” Journal of Leadership Education, 20(4), 86-106.
Eriksen, Shelley J., Sheetal Chib, Jackson Katz, Yanet Cortez-Barba, Pam Rayburn, and Leah Aldridge. 2021. “The best of times, the worst of times: ‘Best practices’ in survivor support and gender violence prevention education on college campuses,” in Women & Therapy, Special Issue: Resistance & Recovery in the #metoo movement, 44 (4): https://doi.org/10.1080/02703149.2021.1978047
Huang, Claudia (2021) Becoming dama: the new old age in urban China. Journal of Aging Studies 57. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jaging.2021.100928.
Huang, Claudia (2021) Families under (peer pressure.) In Chinese Families Upside Down, Yunxiang Yan, ed. Brill.
Kelly, Kimberly R. (Ed). (forthcoming). Narrative story completion methodologies: Research approaches across the lifespan. Oxford University Press.
Kelly, Kimberly R., & Bailey, A. L. (2021). Narrative story stem methodologies: Use and utility of quantitative and qualitative approaches across the lifespan. Narrative Inquiry, 31(1), pp. 163-190. https://doi.org/10.1075/ni.20088.kel (2022 Distinguished Research Award in Human Development from the American Educational Research Association, Division E)
Chang, T. F., & Shih, Kristy Y. (forthcoming). Chinese American parents’ expectations for and involvement in children’s literacy learning and achievement: Impacts of cultural values and acculturation. Invited chapter in Family Literacy Practices in Asian and Latinx Families: Educational and Cultural Considerations. Palgrave Mcmillan Critical Cultural Studies of Childhood series
Shih, Kristy Y., & Chang, I. J. (Fall 2021). The invisible costs of the model minority myth on Asian American families. Family Focus, F4-F5.
Chang, T. F., & Shih, Kristy Y. (2021). Are Asian American children and youth high achieving? Unpacking variations of educational achievement from an integrative ecological perspective. Asian American Journal of Psychology.
Chen, S. Y., *Chang, T. F., & *Shih, Kristy Y. (2021). Model minority stereotype: Addressing impacts of racism and inequities on Asian American adolescents’ development. Journal of Child and Adolescent Counseling, 7, 118-131. *denotes equal authorship
Smith Di Faustino, Leona (2021). Two Truths: The need for intersectional awareness. In D.B. Wexler & H.B. Sweet (Eds.), #MeToo Informed Therapy: Counseling approaches for men, women, and couples. W. W. Norton & Company.