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Prof. Douglas Demaree Perkins Visiting Schedule

发布日期:2017-05-04   浏览次数

Date

Time

Events

Place

May 9,Tue.

2-4pm

Instruction 1:

Introduce Social Capital, sense of community, place attachment, and neighboring theory and research methods

Perkins, D.D., Hughey, J., & Speer, P.W. (2002). Community psychology perspectives on social capital theory and community development practice. Journal of the Community Development Society, 33(1), 33-52.

Wenke Building 613

May 10,Wed.

2-4pm

Lecture to the faculties and students: Community research and action: a transdisciplinary framework

OPTIONAL readings: Christens, B., & Perkins, D. D. (2008). Transdisciplinary, multilevel action research to enhance ecological and psycho-political validity. Journal of Community Psychology, 36(2), 214-231.

Maton, K., Perkins, D.D., et al. (2006). Community-based interdisciplinary research: Introduction to the special issue. American Journal of Community Psychology, 38 (1-2), 1-7.

Maton, K., Perkins, D.D., & Saegert, S. (2006). Community psychology at the crossroads: Prospects for interdisciplinary theory, research and action. American Journal of Community Psychology, 38 (1-2), 9-21.

Perkins, D.D., & Schensul, J.J. (2016). Interdisciplinary contributions to community psychology and transdisciplinary promise. In M.A. Bond, C.B. Keys, & I. Serrano-García (Eds.), Handbook of Community Psychology (2nd ed.) (pp. 189-209). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Yang, L., & Perkins, D.D. (2012). 中国大陆社区心理学发展的现状、困难与机遇 / The development of Community Psychology in the People’s Republic of China: Challenges and opportunities. Journal of East China Normal University, 30(2), 48-56.

May 11,Thu.

9-11am

Instruction 2: Participation and empowerment theory and research

Perkins, D.D. (2010). Empowerment. In R.A. Couto (Ed.), Political and Civic Leadership (pp. 207-218). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

May 12, Fri.

9-11am

Instruction 3: Stress, coping, social support and self-help groups 

Levine, M., Perkins, D.D., & Perkins, D.V. (2005). Principles of community psychology: Perspectives and Applications (3rd ed.). New York: Oxford University Press. (I will summarize chapters 3, 7 & 9)

May 15,Mon.

2-4pm

Instruction 4: Organizational and Community Capacity Building

Evans, S., Raymond, C., & Perkins, D.D. (2015). Organizational and Community Capacity Building. In V. C. Scott & S. M. Wolfe (Eds.), Community Psychology: Foundations for Practice (pp. 189-219). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

May 16,Tue.

2-4pm

Instruction 5: Community organizing, development, mobilization & social action

Perkins, D.D., Crim, B., Silberman, P. & Brown, B.B. (2004). Community development as a response to community-level adversity: Ecological theory and research and strengths-based policy. In K.I. Maton et al. (Eds.), Investing in children, youth, families and communities: Strengths-based research and policy (pp. 321-340). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

May 17,Wed.

2-4pm

Instruction 6: Globalization of Applied Community Studies and Education

Hanitio, F., & Perkins, D.D. (2017). Predicting the Emergence of Community Psychology and Community Development in 91 Countries with Brief Case Studies of Chile and Ghana.American Journal of Community Psychology, 59, 200-218.

OPTIONAL

Instruction 7: Project development in community development and education

Perkins, D.D., et al. (2017). Thinking and Acting both Globally and Locally: The Field School in Intercultural Education as a Model for Action-Research Training and Civic Learning. Collaborations: A Journal of Community-Based Research and Practice, 1 (1)  http://scholarlyrepository.miami.edu/collaborations/vol1/iss1/3/

 

Instruction 8: Project evaluation in community development and education

 Robinson, J., & Perkins, D.D. (2009). Social development needs assessment in China: Lessons from an international collaborative field school in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. China Journal of Social Work, 2(1), 34-51.

Perkins, D.D., Larsen, C., & Brown, B.B. (2009). Mapping urban revitalization: Using GIS spatial analysis to evaluate a new housing policy. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 37(1), 48-65.