Special  Issue

Journal of Rural Community Psychology

Vol. E4(1), 2001


 

Table of Contents

 

Note From the Supervising Editor

            Pamela L. Mulder

 

Introduction to the Special Issue: Negotiating Race, Culture, & Identity in Rural Community Settings: An Introduction

            Ronald L. Jackson II   Pennsylvania State University

 

Negotiation of African American Identities in Rural America: A Cultural Contracts Approach

Ronald L. Jackson II  Pennsylvania State University

James B. Stewart  Pennsylvania State University

 

The Benefits of Parenting Self-Help Groups for Rural Latino Parents

Scott Wituk Wichita State University

Amy Commer Wichita State University

Julie Lindstrom Director of Walk Across America March of Dimes, Chicago, Illinois

Greg Meisen Wichita State University

 

Vocational Rehabilitation and the Dilemma of Race in Rural Communities: Sociopolitical Realities and Myths from the Past  

Keith B. Wilson The Pennsylvania State University

Dothel W. Edwards, Jr. University of Maryland-Eastern Shore

Reginald J. AlstonUniversity of Illinois-Urbana Champaign

Debra A. HarleyUniversity of Kentucky

Jhan D. Doughty The Pennsylvania State University

 

Mapping Race, School Segregation, and Black Identities in Woodville, Mississippi: A Case Study of a Rural Community  

           Celnisha L. Dangerfield   The Pennsylvania State University  

 

The Implications Of Physical & Spatial Fragmentation On Being Human

Amardo Rodriguez   Syracuse University

 

Perceptions of Economic Development, Environmental Protection, and Rural Indian Identity

J.D. Wulfhorst  University of Idaho

A.E.  Luloff  Pennsylvania State University

Stan Albrecht  Utah State University

Steve Lopez  Fort Mojave Indian Tribe