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Walter, C. L. (1997). Community building practice. M. Minkler (Editor), Community Organizing and Community Building for Health (pp. 68-83). New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

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Wong, S. C. (1998). Communities that care:  An operating system for positive youth development. Pregnancy Prevention for Youth:  An Interdisciplinary Newsletter , December 1998.

Friendly Visiting

Gordon, S. K., & Hallauer, D. C. (1976). Impact of a friendly visiting program on attitudes of college students toward the aged.   The Gerontologist, 16(4), 371-376.

Keller, K. L., Flatten, E. K., & Wilhite, B. C. (1988). Friendly visiting as a means of informing homebound senior citizens of health-related community services . Journal of Community Health, 13(4), 231-240.

Keys, J. T. (1983). Our Older Friends:  A Guide for Visitors.  Fortress Press.

Korte, C., & Gupta, V. (1991). A program of friendly visitors as network builders. The Gerontologist, 31(3), 404-407.

MacIntyre, I., Corradetti, P., Roberts, J., Browne, G., Watt, S., & Lane, A. (1999). Pilot study of a visitor volunteer programme for community elderly people receiving home health care.   Health and Social Care in the Community, 7(3), 225-232.

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Wright, H., Bennett, R., Simon, R., & Weinberg, G. (1977-1978). Evaluation study of the exploratory visit:  An innovative outreach activity of the ILGWU’s friendly visiting program. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 8(1), 67-82.

Religion

Duquin, M., McCrea, J., Fetterman, D., & Nash, S. (2004). A faith-based intergenerational health and wellness program. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 2(3/4), 105-118.

Eggers, S. J., & Hensley, B. H. (2005). Empowering spirituality and generativity through intergenerational connections. Journal of Religion, Spirituality, and Aging, 17(1/2), 87-108.

Weinstein, L. (2006). Training the teachers: An intergenerational program in teaching the Holocaust. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(2), 93-100.

Environmental context

Ballantyne, R., Connell, S., et al. (2006). Students as catalysts of environmental

change: A framework for researching intergenerational influence through environmental education. Environmental Education Research, 12(3), 413-427.

Coulton, C. J., Korbin, J., & Su, M. (1996). Measuring neighborhood context for young children in an urban area. American Journal of Community Psychology, 24(1), 5-22.

Epstein, A. S. & Boisvert, C. (2006). Let's do something together: Identifying the

effective components of intergenerational programs. Journal of Intergenerational

Relationships, 4(3), 87-109.

Generations United. (2005). Under One Roof:  A Guide to Starting and Strengthening Intergenerational Shared Site Programs. Washington, D.C.: Generations United.

Jarrott, S. E., Gigliotti, C. M., et al. (2006). Where do we stand? Testing the

foundation of a shared site intergenerational program. Journal of

Intergenerational Relationships, 4(2), 73-92.

Kolich, M. (1996). Spanning generations:  How to create inviting environments for all ages. Assisted Living Today, Fall.

Kuo, F. E., Sullivan, W. C., Coley, R. L., & Brunson, L. (1998). Fertile ground for community:  Inner-city neighborhood common spaces.  American Journal of Community Psychology, 26(6), 823-851.

Maton, K. I. (2000). Making a difference:  The social ecology of social transformation. American Journal of Community Psychology, 28(1), 25-57.

Moos, R. H. (1996). Understanding environments:  The key to improving  social processes and program outcomes. American Journal of Community Psychology, 24(1), 193-200.

Perkins, D. D., Florin, P., Rich, R. C., Wandersman, A., & Chavis, D. M. (1990). Participation and the social and physical environment of residential blocks:  Crime and community context. American Journal of Community Psychology, 18(1), 83-115.

Plas, J. M., & Lewis, S. E. (1996). Environmental factors and sense of community in a planned town. American Journal of Community Psychology, 24(1), 109-133.

Ross, C. E., & Jang, S. J. (2000). Neighborhood disorder, fear, and mistrust:  The buffering role of social ties with neighbors. American Journal of Community Psychology, 28(4), 401-420.

Shinn, M. (1996). Ecological assessment:  Introduction to the Special Issue. American Journal of Community Psychology, 24(1), 1-2.

Seo, M.-Y. (2006). Therapeutic and Developmental Design:  The Relationship between Spatial Enclosure and Impaired Elder-Child Social Interaction. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Texas A&M University.


Social work

Ames, N., & Diepstra, S. A. (2006). Using intergenerational oral history service-

learning projects to teach human behavior concepts: A qualitative analysis. Educational Gerontology, 32(9), 721-735.

Berenbaum, R. L. J., & Zweibach, D. F. (1996). Young adults with Down Syndrome as caregivers for the elderly with dementia:  An intergenerational project. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 26(3/4), 159-170.

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.

Cusicanqui-Messaud, M., & Salmon, R. (2005). Seniors, small fry, and song:  A group work libretto of an intergenerational singing group. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 44(1/2), 189-210.

Davis, M. E. (2004). Preparing students for intergenerational practice:  An idea whose time has come. National Gerontological Social Work Conference .

Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., & Bonifas, R. (2005). Multigenerational practice and curricular infusion. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(3), 83-99.

Hatchett, B. F., Holmes, K., & Ryan, E. (2002). Attitudes of a predominantly Hispanic college sample towards older adults. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 37(2), 45-59.

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

Joyner, M. C., & DeHope, E. (2006). Transforming the curriculum through the intergenerational lens . Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 48(1-2), 127-137.

Kolomer, S. R., Lewinson, T., et al. (2006). Increasing aging content in social

work curriculum: Perceptions of key constituents. Journal of Gerontological

Social Work, 48(1), 97-110.

Olson, C. J. (2002). A curriculum module enhances students' gerontological practice-related knowledge and attitudes. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 38(4), 85-102.

Roodin, P. (2005). Intergenerational perspectives in social work, social science, and the helping professions. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(2), 139-148.

Scharlach, A., Damron-Rodriquez, J., Robinson, B., & Feldman, R. (2000). Educating social workers for an aging society:  A vision for the 21st century. Journal of Social Work Education, 36(3), 521-538.

Secret, M., Jordan, A., & Ford, J. (1999). Empowerment evaluation as a social work strategy. Health and Social Work, 24(2), 120-127.

Singleton, J. L. (2006). Infusing gerontology throughout the BSW curriculum.

Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 48(1), 31-46.

Slaght, E., & Stampley, C. (2006). Promoting intergenerational practice. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(3), 73-86.

Vandsberger, E., & Wakefield, M. (2005). Service learning with rural older adults:  Effects on students' career perspectives in gerontology. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(4), 83-97.

Wilson, L. B., & Simson, S. (1991). The role of social work in intergenerational programming. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 16(1/2), 87-95.

Wrenn, R. M., Merdinger, J., Parry, J. K., & Miller, D. (1991). The elderly and the young:  A cooperative endeavor. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 17(1/2), 93-103.


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