Contextualizing negative sense of community and disconnection among urban youth of color: "Community...We ain't got that".
"They were just waiting for me to mess up": A critical discourse analysis of immigrant Latinx teens' perceptions of power dynamics.
"The hook‐up": How youth‐serving organizations facilitate network‐based social capital for urban youth of color.
A house is not a home: Modeling the effects of social support and connection within resettled refugee populations.
The cultural, family and community factors for resilience in southeast asian indigenous communities: A systematic review.
Exploring the "like" in the psychological interaction of users on fan community: A netnography analysis.
Does ethnic identity buffer or intensify the stress of discrimination among the foreign born and U.S. born? Evidence from the Miami‐Dade Health Survey.
Migration and sociodemographic factors associated with sense of place attitudes among migrants of African background in Northern and Western Netherlands.
Effect of marital relationship on women's quality of life: Testing the mediating role of subjective well‐being.
Positive youth development and adolescent eating disorder symptomatology: The role of natural mentors.
Perceptions of social disorder in public spaces in a disadvantaged neighborhood: The example of Cologne-Chorweiler.
Are we ready for citywide learning? Examining the nature of within- and between-program pathways in a community-wide learning initiative.
THE HIDDEN WORK OF EXITING HOMELESSNESS: CHALLENGES OF HOUSING SERVICE USE AND STRATEGIES OF SERVICE RECIPIENTS.
EVERYDAY DISCRIMINATION, FAMILY CONTEXT, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS AMONG LATINO ADULTS IN THE UNITED STATES.
ATTITUDE TOWARDS MENTAL ILLNESS IN SOUTHEASTERN NIGERIA: THE CONTRADICTIONS OF A COMMUNITARIAN CULTURE.
THE RELATIONSHIP OF INDIVIDUAL- AND COMMUNITY-LEVEL SOCIOCULTURAL AND NEIGHBORHOOD FACTORS TO THE MENTAL HEALTH OF ETHNIC GROUPS IN TWO LARGE U.S. CITIES.
INTEGRATING ORGANIZATION STUDIES AND COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY: A PROCESS MODEL OF AN ORGANIZING SENSE OF PLACE IN WORKING LIVES.
A 'GOOD SPACE' CANNOT LAST FOREVER: PERCEIVED MECHANISMS EXPLAINING THE ROLE OF SOCIAL SUPPORT AS A HEALTH-PROMOTING RESOURCE FOR CAREGIVERS IN HIV-ENDEMIC SOUTH AFRICA.
UNRAVELING ETHNIC DENSITY EFFECTS, ACCULTURATION, AND ADJUSTMENT: THE CASE OF RUSSIAN-SPEAKING IMMIGRANTS FROM THE FORMER SOVIET UNION.
RACIAL DISCRIMINATION AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AMONG CAMBODIAN AMERICAN ADOLESCENTS: THE ROLE OF GENDER.
STIGMA AND THE SYNDEMIC OF HIV-RELATED HEALTH RISK BEHAVIORS IN A DIVERSE SAMPLE OF TRANSGENDER WOMEN.
FOOD INSECURITY AND DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS: COMPARISON OF DRUG USING AND NONDRUG-USING WOMEN AT RISK FOR HIV.
The perception of neighborhood disorder in flemish Belgium: differences between ethnic majority and minority group members and bearing on fear of crime.
Redefining the American quilt: definitions and experiences of community among ethnically diverse lesbian and bisexual women.
Community organizational learning: Case studies illustrating a three-dimensional model of levels and orders of change.
Applying organizational theories to action research in community settings: A case study in urban schools.