Creating the everyday magic of a GHC: The power of language

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Creating the everyday magic of a GHC: The power of language

This paper presents the case for the use of inclusive, non-stigmatizing language in a GHC.

The Generations of Hope Community model: Opportunities and challenges for evaluation

Presents the evaluation protocol currently being developed as a template for adaptation across multliple GHC sites.

The child resiliency program at Hope Meadows

2011. Power, M. B., Mitchell, E. T., Eheart, B. K., & Hopping, D. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 9(3), 281-292.

Generations of Hope Communities: An intergenerational neighborhood model of support and service

2009. Eheart, B. K., Hopping, D., Power, M. B., Mitchell, E. T. & Racine, D. Children and Youth Services Review, 31:1, 47-52.

Between victim and victimizer: The narrow corporeal path of being a foster child

2001. Karnik, N. S. Children and Youth Services Review, 23 n(9/10), 743-759.

Categories of control: Foster children and ADHD

2001. Karnik, N. S. Children and Youth Services Review, 23 (9/10), 761-780.

Building collective capacity: New challenges for management-focused evaluation

2001. Hopping, D. Children and Youth Services Review, 23(9/10), 781-804.

Adoption: Understanding the past, present, and future through stories

1995. Eheart, B. K. & Power, M. B. The Sociological Quarterly, 36(1), 199-216.