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Saying Goodbye as Our Journey Changes

Posted by Colette on April 2nd, 2013 filed in Colette Kimball, Editor Perspectives, The Prevention Researcher

These past few weeks, the staff and I at The Prevention Researcher have had the most difficult task of letting our readers, authors, colleagues, subscribers, and partners in prevention know that The Prevention Researcher will cease to be published after our September 2013 issue. In my role as associate editor, I have worked with many [...]

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Free Article: Help-seeking and Help-giving for Teen Dating Violence

Posted by Colette on February 21st, 2013 filed in Colette Kimball, Dating Violence

How do teens typically get help for dating violence, and how can adults and other teens best respond to dating violence survivors? What roles do gender and culture play in youths’ decisions about seeking help? How do parents’ and other adults’ gender and culture influence their responses to youth seeking help? These are the questions [...]

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Restorative Justice: The evolution of an issue

Posted by Colette on January 31st, 2013 filed in Colette Kimball, Editor Perspectives, Restorative Justice / Practices

I am happy to announce that we have just released our issue on restorative justice. This issue has been on my radar for a long time and I am delighted to see it completed and coming off the presses. It was 2007 when I was first asked about doing an issue on restorative justice by [...]

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