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Citizenship and civic renewal

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Cusack, S. A. (1993). Developing Leadership in the Third Age: An Ethnographic Study of Seniors' Centres. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University , Burnaby, British Columbia.

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Freedman, M. (1992). The Kindness of Strangers:  Reflections on the Mentoring Movement. Philadelphia, PA: Public/Private Ventures.

Freedman, M. (1988). Partners in Growth:  Elder Mentors and At-Risk Youth. Philadelphia: Public/Private Ventures.

Freedman, M. (2002 March-2002 April). Prime Time author answers his older critics on retirement. Aging Today, pp. 3, 6.

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Freedman, M., & Jaffe, N. (1993). Elder mentors:  Giving schools a hand. NASSP Bulletin, January, 22-28.

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Glass, T. A., Freedman, M., Carlson, M. C., Hill, J., Frick, K. D., Ialongo, N., McGill, S., Rebok, G. W., Seeman, T., Tielsch, J. M., Wasik, B. A., Zeger, S., & Fried, L. P. (2004). Experience Corps:  Design of an intergenerational program to boost social capital and promote the health of an aging society. Journal of Urban Health, 81(1), 94-105.

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Kouri, M. (1990). Volunteerism and Older Adults. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

Kramer, C., & Newman, S. (1985). Senior Citizen School Volunteer Programs. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh, Generations Together.

Kuehne, V. (1989). Family friends:  An innovative example of intergenerational family support services. Children's Health Care, 18(4), 237-246.

Kuehne, V. S., & Sears, H. (1993). Beyond the call of duty:  Older volunteers committed to children and families. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 12(4), 425-438.

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Lowenthal, B., & Egan, R. (1991). Senior citizen volunteers in a university day-care center. Educational Gerontology, 17, 363-378.

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Partnerships

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Mentoring

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DuBois, D. L., Holloway, B. E., Valentine, J. C., & Cooper, H. (2002). Effectiveness of mentoring programs for youth:  A meta-analytic review. American Journal of Community Psychology, 30(2), 157-197.

Ellis, S. W. (1998). The Intergenerational Programme Mentoring Project:  Final Research Report. Manchester, Canada: The Beth Johnson Foundation/Manchester Metropolitan University.

Flaxman, E., Ascher, C., & Harrington, C. (1988). Mentoring Programs and Practices:  An Analysis of the Literature. New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, Institute for Urban and Minority Education.

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Educational Gerontology, 32(5), 309-311.

Freedman, M. (1993). The Kindness of Strangers:  Adult Mentors, Urban Youth, and the New Voluntarism. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Freedman, M. (1992). The Kindness of Strangers:  Reflections on the Mentoring Movement. Philadelphia, PA: Public/Private Ventures.

Freedman, M. (1988). Partners in Growth:  Elder Mentors and At-Risk Youth. Philadelphia: Public/Private Ventures.

Freedman, M., & Jaffe, N. (1993). Elder mentors:  Giving schools a hand. NASSP Bulletin, January, 22-28.

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Henkin, N., Perez-Randall, C., & Rogers, A. (1993). Linking Lifetimes Program Development Manual. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Center for Intergenerational Learning.

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Herrera, C. (1999). School-Based Mentoring:  A First Look Into Its Potential. Philadelphia: Public Private Ventures.

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Jucovy, L. (2000). The ABCs of School-Based Mentoring. Philadelphia: Public Private Ventures.

Jucovy, L. (2001). Building Relationships:  A Guide for New Mentors. Philadelphia: Public Private Ventures.

Jucovy, L. (2001). Supporting Mentors. Philadelphia: Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory.

Jucovy, L. (2001). Training New Mentors. Philadelphia: Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory's National Mentoring Center.

Keller, M. J. (1992). Linking generations through recreation. Parks & Recreation, 27(3), 58-60.

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LoSciuto, L., Rajala, A. K., Townsend, T. N., & Taylor, A. (1996). An outcome evaluation of Across Ages:  An intergenerational mentoring approach to drug prevention. Journal of Adolescent Research,  116-129.

McGowan, T. G. (1994). Mentoring-reminiscence:  A conceptual and empirical analysis. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 39, 321-336.

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Newman, S., Morris, G. A., & Streetman, H. (1999). Elder-child interaction analysis:  An observation instrument for classrooms involving older adults as mentors, tutors, or resource persons. Child & Youth Services, 20(1/2), 129-145.

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Powell, J. V., Wisenbaker, J., & Connor, R. (1987). Effects of intergenerational tutoring and related variables on reading and mathematics achievement of low socioeconomic children. Journal of Experimental Education, 55, 206-211.

Proller, N. L. (1989). The effects of an adoptive grandparent program on youth and elderly participants. S. Newman, & S. Brummel (Editors), Intergenerational Programs:  Imperatives, Strategies, Impacts, Trends (pp. 195-203). New York: Haworth Press.

Rogers, A. M., & Taylor, A. S. (1997). Intergenerational mentoring:  A viable strategy for meeting the needs of vulnerable youth. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 28(1/2), 125-140.

Saltz, R. (1989). Research evaluation of a Foster Grandparent Program. S. Newman, & S. Brummel (Editors), Intergenerational Programs:  Imperatives, Strategies, Impacts, Trends (pp. 205-216). New York: Haworth Press.
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Schachter-Shalomi, Z. (1995). From Age-ing to Sage-ing:  A Profound New Vision of Growing Older. New York: Warner Books.

Scholl, M. F. (2000). MAMA - A mentor program supporting pregnant and parenting teenagers. Pregnancy Prevention for Youth:  An Interdisciplinary Newsletter , March 2000.

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Taylor, A. S., & Dryfoos, J. G. (1999). Creating a safe passage:  Elder mentors and vulnerable youth. Generations, 22(4), 43-48.

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Service-learning

Generations Together's Youth in Service to Elders Program. (1987). Intergenerational Clearinghouse, 5(1), 1-3.

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Bisogno, E., & Perez, T. (2002). Outcomes:  Student interviews with seniors. In S. B. Seperson, & C. Hegeman (Editors), Elder Care and Service Learning:  A Handbook (pp. 132-142). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

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Brandes, B., & Green, R. (2001). Off Their Rockers Into Service:  Connecting the Generations Through Service Learning. South Carolina: South Carolina Department of Education.

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Bulot, J. J., & Johnson, C. J. (2006). Rewards and costs of faculty involvement in

intergenerational service-learning. Educational Gerontology, 32(8), 633-645.

Burt, V. J. (1999). Digging for Buried Treasure:  Finding Funding for the Future in Service Learning. Clemson, SC: National Dropout Prevention Center.

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Clary, E. G., & Snyder, M. (2002). Community involvement:  Opportunities and challenges in socializing adults to participate in society. Journal of Social Issues, 58(3), 581-591.

Claus, J., & Ogden, C. (1999). An empowering, transformative approach to service. J. Claus, & C. Ogden (Editors), Service Learning for Youth Empowerment and Social Change (pp. 69-91). New York: Peter Lang.

Claus, J., & Ogden, C. (1999). Service Learning for Youth Empowerment and Social Change. New York: Peter Lang.

Cohen, H. L., Hatchett, B., & Eastridge, D. (2006). Intergenerational service-learning: An innovative teaching strategy to infuse gerontology content into foundation courses. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 48(1-2), 161-178.

Colston, L., Harper, S., & Mitchener-Colston, W. (1995). Volunteering to improve fitness and caring:  A motive for linking college students with  mature adults. Activities, Adaptation, and Aging, 20(1), 79-90.

Couch, L. (1992). Let Us Serve Them All Their Days:  Younger Volunteers Serving Homebound Elderly Persons. Washington, D.C.: National Council on Aging.

Covan, E. K. (2001). Employing service-learning to teach research methods to gerontology students. Educational Gerontology, 27(7), 623-627.

David, D. (2004). Effective intergenerational caregiving collaboratives:  Linking students and elders through service-learning. International Consortium for Intergenerational Programmes Second Biennial Conference .

DesMarais, J. (1999). The ripples of empowerment:  A personal reflection. J. Claus, & C. Ogden (Editors), Service Learning for Youth Empowerment and Social Change (pp. 127-134). New York: Peter Lang.

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Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S. A., Ingram, J. G., & Evans, R. J. (2002). Incorporating intergenerational service-learning into an introductory gerontology course. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 39(1-2), 219-240.

Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S. A., Ingram, J. G., Evans, R. J., & Power, J. R. (2004). Intergenerational service-learning in five cohorts of students:  Is attitude change robust? Educational Gerontology, 30(1), 39-55.

Enos, S., & Morton, K. (2003). Developing a theory and practice of campus-community partnerships. B. Jacoby (Editor), Building Partnerships for Service-Learning (pp. 20-41). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Eyler, J. (2002). Reflection:  Linking service and learning -- linking students and communities. Journal of Social Issues, 58(3), 517-534.

Fertman, C. I. (1994). Service Learning for All Students. Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation.

Firman, J. P., & Gelfand, D. E. (1983). Students as resources to the aging network. The Gerontologist, 23(2), 185-191.

Firman, J. P., Gelfand, D. E., & Ventura-Merkel, C. (1985). Students as resources to the aging network. K. A. Strunz, & S. ReVille (Editors), Growing Together:  An Intergenerational Sourcebook (pp. 16-18). Washington, D.C.: American Association of Retired Persons and The Elvirita Lewis Foundation.

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Fusco, M. J. (2002). Service learning:  An Annotated Bibliography. In S. B. Seperson, & C. Hegeman (Editors), Elder Care and Service Learning:  A Handbook (pp. 263-266). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

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Halsted, A. L. (1999). Taking a calculated risk:  Harnessing the exuberance of youth through "Community Problem Solvers". J. Claus, & C. Ogden (Editors), Service Learning for Youth Empowerment and Social Change (pp. 95-108). New York: Peter Lang.

Hammack, B. (1993). Self-Esteem Through Service:  An Intergenerational Service-Learning Experience for At-Risk Students and Isolated Senior Adults. Kensington, MD: Interages.

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Hamon, R. R. (2002). Service-learning program pairs student, elders. The Older LEARNer:  Newsletter of the Lifetime Education and Renewal Network, 10(3), 4-5.

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Hegeman, C., & Cohen, J. (2002). When the service-learning experience is not perfect. In S. B. Seperson, & C. Hegeman (Editors), Elder Care and Service Learning:  A Handbook (pp. 92-96). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Hermoso, J., Rosen, A. L., Overly, L., & Tompkins, C. J. (2006). Increasing aging and advocacy competency: The intergenerational advocacy pilot project. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 48(1-2), 179-192.

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Hinton, J., McGuire, F., Witthoeft, J., McDonald, J., & Mitchell, D. (2000). Public health and parks, recreation, and tourism. In Service-Learning Across the Curriculum:  Case Applications in Higher Education . Lantham, MD: University Press of America, Inc.

Hodge, G., Lewis, T., Kramer, K., & Hughes, R. (2001). Collaboration for excellence:  Engaged scholarship at Collin County Community College. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 25, 675-690.

Hollander, E., & Hartley, M. (2003). Civic renewal:  A powerful framework for advancing service learning. B. Jacoby (Editor), Building Partnerships for Service-Learning (pp. 289-313). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Jacoby, B., & Associates. (2003). Building Partnerships for Service Learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Jacoby, B. (2003). Fundamentals of service-learning partnerships. B. Jacoby (Editor), Building Partnerships for Service-Learning (pp. 1-19). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Jarrott, S., & Yorgason, J. (2002). Service-learning at dementia care programs:  A social history project. Paper presented at Association for Gerontology in Higher Education .

Jones, S. R. (2003). Principles and profiles of exemplary partnerships with community agencies. B. Jacoby (Editor), Building Partnerships for Service-Learning (pp. 151-173). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Jorgensen-Esmaili, K., & Sarah, R. (1986). Intergenerational interviews. Social Education, 50, 288-290.

Karasik, R. J. & Wallingford, M. S. (2007). Finding community: Developing and

maintaining effective intergenerational service-learning partnerships. Educational Gerontology, 33(9), 775-793.

Karasik, R., Maddox, M., & Wallingford, M. (In press). Intergenerational service-learning across levels and disciplines: One size does not fit all. Gerontology and Geriatric Education.

Karasik, R. J. (2005). Breaking the time barrier:  Helping students find the time to do intergenerational service-learning . Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 25(3), 49-63.

Karasik, R. J., Maddox, M., & Wallingford, M. (2004). Intergenerational service-learning across levels and disciplines: "One size (does not) fit all" . Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 25(1), 1-17.

Kimeldorf, M. (1998). The Grandfriends Project:  A Program Creating Friendships Across the Generations. Minnesota: Fairview Press.

Kimeldorf, M. (1998). Project Leader's Guide for the Grandfriends Project:  A Program Creating Friendships Across the Generations. Minnesota: Fairview Press.

Knapp, J. L., & Stubblefield, P. (2000). Changing students' perceptions of aging:  The impact of an intergenerational service learning course. Educational Gerontology, 26, 611-621.

Krout, J. A., & Porgozala, C. H. (2002). An intergenerational partnership between a college and congregate housing facility:  How it works, what it means. The Gerontologist, 42(6), 853-858.

Ladrigan, P. M., & DiCarlo, R. H. (2002). Service learning and the art of reflective journaling. In S. B. Seperson, & C. Hegeman (Editors), Elder Care and Service Learning:  A Handbook (pp. 84-91). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Lambert-Shute, J. J., Jarrott, S. E., & Fruhauf, C. A. (2004). Service learning at dementia care programs: An orientation and training program . Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 25(1), 19-35.

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Lesko, W. (2001). Generations in exchange. Constitutional Rights Foundation Service Learning Network, 8(4), 8-9.

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Macera, M. (2002). Learning the housing needs of the elderly via service learning. In S. B. Seperson, & C. Hegeman (Editors), Elder Care and Service Learning:  A Handbook (pp. 235-240). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Maloy, R. W., Sheehan, A., LaRoche, I. S., & Clark, R. J. Jr. (1999). Building legacies:  School improvement and youth activism in an urban teacher education partnership. J. Claus, & C. Ogden (Editors), Service Learning for Youth Empowerment and Social Change (pp. 143-165). New York: Peter Lang.

McCrea, J., Nichols, A., & Newman, S. (1999). Intergenerational Service-Learning in Gerontology: A Compendium. Vol. I-III. Pittsburgh, PA: Generations Together, University of Pittsburgh.

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