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[p. v, TOC] Foreword Preface Dedication PART I. INTRODUCTION 1. Youth Mentoring: Theory, Research, and Practice David L. DuBois and Michael J. Karcher PART II. CONCEPTS, FRAMEWORKS, AND FOUNDATIONS 2. Mentoring in Historical Perspective David B. Baker and Colleen P. Maguire 3. A Model of Youth Mentoring Jean E. Rhodes 4. Research Methodology David L. DuBois and Naida Silverthorn 5. Toward a Typology of Mentoring Cynthia L. Sipe PART III. MENTORING RELATIONSHIPS 6. The Stages and Development of Mentoring Relationships Thomas E. Keller 7. Assessment of Mentoring Relationships Michael J. Nakkula and John T. Harris 8. A Psychotherapy/Counseling Perspective on Mentoring Relationships Renée Spencer and Jean E. Rhodes 9. Mentoring Relationships and Social Support Manuel Barrera, Jr., and Darya D. Bonds 10. Natural Mentoring Relationships Marc A. Zimmerman, Jeffrey B. Bingenheimer, and Diana E. Behrendt PART IV. DEVELOPMENTAL AND CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES 11. Mentoring Children Timothy A. Cavell and Anne-Marie Smith 12. Mentoring Adolescents Nancy Darling 13. Race and Ethnicity in Mentoring Relationships Bernadette S nchez and Yarí Colón 14. Gender in Mentoring Relationships G. Anne Bogat and Belle Liang PART V. FORMAL MENTORING PROGRAMS 15. Developing a Mentoring Program Susan G. Weinberger 16. Recruiting and Sustaining Volunteer Mentors Arthur A. Stukas and Chris Tanti 17. Evaluating the Effectiveness of Mentoring Programs Jean B. Grossman 18. Cross-Age Peer Mentoring Michael J. Karcher 19. Intergenerational Mentoring Andrea S. Taylor, Leonard LoSciuto, and Lorraine Porcellini 20. E-Mentoring Hugh Miller and Mark Griffiths 21. Integration of Mentoring With Other Programs and Services Gabriel P. Kuperminc, James G. Emshoff, Michele N. Reiner, Laura A. Secrest, Phyllis Holditch Niolon, and Jennifer D. Foster PART VI. CONTEXTS OF MENTORING 22. Schools Sharon G. Portwood and Penny M. Ayers 23. Work and Service-Learning Mary Agnes Hamilton and Stephen F. Hamilton 24. After-School Programs Barton J. Hirsch and Vivian Wong 25. Religious Organizations Kenneth I. Maton, Mariano R. Sto. Domingo, and Jacqueline King 26. International: U.K. and Europe Kristin Liab?, Patricia Lucas, and Helen Roberts 27. International: Australia and New Zealand Ian M. Evans, Anna Jory, and Narelle Dawson PART VII. SPECIAL POPULATIONS 28. Talented and Gifted Carolyn M. Callahan and Robin M. Kyburg 29. Academically At-Risk Students Simon Larose and George M. Tarabulsy 30. Juvenile Offenders Elaine A. Blechman and Jedediah Bopp 31. Pregnant and Parenting Adolescents Lynn Blinn-Pike 32. Abused and Neglected Youth Preston A. Britner and Lisa Kraimer-Rickaby 33. Youth With Disabilities Katherine McDonald, Fabricio Balcazar, and Christopher Keys PART VIII. POLICY ISSUES 34. Youth Mentoring and Public Policy Gary Walker 35. Cost-Benefit and Cost-Effectiveness Analyses Brian T. Yates 36. Mentoring for Results: Accountability at Individual, Program, Community, and Policy Levels Shawn M. Coyne, Jennifer L. Duffy, and Abraham Wandersman Author Index Subject Index About the Editors About the Contributors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Youth -- Counseling of -- United States.
Mentoring -- United States.
Youth development -- United States.
Social work with youth -- United States.