Family Focus on Conflict, Violence, and War
In the Family Focus section of this issue of NCFR Report, "Conflict, Violence, and War," your colleagues write about ambiguous loss and disappearance of loved ones; violence and the NFL; reintegration and military families; sexual violence in DR Congo; and more.
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- Ambiguous Loss and Addressing Legacies of Disappearance in Conflict — by Simon Robins, Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow, University of York
- Families in South Africa: The Legacy of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission — by Jan D. Brooks, M.Ed., Department of Human and Community Development, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign; Sarai Coba-Rodriguez, M.S., Department of Human and Community Development, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Violence and the National Football League — by Jacki Fitzpatrick, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Texas Tech University
- "Has the World Forgotten About Us?" The Making of a Scholar-Activist — by Lee Ann De Reus, Associate Professor, Human Development & Family Studies and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Pennsylvania State University-Altoona; Co-founder, Panzi Foundation USA
- "Minefields in Their Hearts": The Price of Societal Violence — by Clara Gerhardt, Ph.D., CFLE, Department of Human Development and Family Science, Samford University; Thea Loubser, M.A.
- Family Violence in Canada: Breaking Down Silos in Approaches to Prevention — by Harriet L. MacMillan, M.D., Professor, McMaster University and McMaster Children’s Hospital/Hamilton Health Sciences, C. Nadine Wathen, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Western Ontario
- Grandparents Raising Grandchildren: Risk and Resilience Through Conflict — by Angela Nancy Mendoza, M.A., Colorado State University and Christine A. Fruhauf, Ph.D., Colorado State University
- My Top 10 Reasons to Include Children and Families in Discussions of War and Violence — by Judith A. Myers-Walls, Ph.D., CFLE, Professor Emerita, Child Development and Family Studies, Purdue University
- A Possible Shift in the National Football League's Domestic Violence Problem — by Ashley Rockwell, doctoral student, Department of Sociology, Georgia State University
- Looking Backward, Moving Forward: Reuben Hill and Future Research on Military Families — by Jay A. Mancini, Ph.D., Department of Human Development and Family Science, University of Georgia; Gary L. Bowen, Ph.D., Department of Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- The Experience of Reintegration for Military Families — by Michelle D. Sherman, Ph.D., Kyle R. Hawkey, M.Ed., and Lynne M. Borden, Ph.D., Department of Family Social Sciences, Center for Research and Outreach, University of Minnesota
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