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Handbook of Youth Mentoring©

Part I. Concepts, Frameworks, and Foundations

  1. An Historical Overview of Mentoring—David Baker, Archives of the History of American Psychology, University of Akron, and Colleen McGuire, University of Akron (Contact editor: DuBois)
  2. A Model of Youth Mentoring—Jean Rhodes, University of Massachusetts, and Renee Spencer, Boston University (Contact editor: DuBois)
  3. Toward a Typology of Mentoring—David DuBois, University of Illinois at Chicago (Contact editor: Karcher)

Part II. Mentoring Relationships

  1. The Stages and Development of Mentoring Relationships—Thomas Keller, University of Chicago (Contact editor: DuBois)
  2. Assessment of Mentoring Relationships—Mike Nakkula, Harvard University and John Harris, JT Harris Consulting Associates (Contact editor: Karcher)
  3. A Psychotherapy/Counseling Perspective on Mentoring Relationships—Jean Rhodes, University of Massachusetts (Contact editor: DuBois)
  4. Mentoring Relationships, Social Support, and Social Networks—Manuel Barrera and Darya Bonds, Arizona State University (Contact editor: Karcher)
  5. Naturally Occurring Mentoring Relationships—Marc Zimmerman, University of Michigan (Contact editor: DuBois)
  6. Race and Ethnicity in Mentoring Relationships—Bernadette Sanchez, Depaul University, and Yari Colon, DePaul University (Contact editor: Karcher)
  7. Gender in Mentoring Relationships–Anne Bogat, Michigan State University, and Belle Liang, Boston College (Contact editor: DuBois)

Part III. Developmental Perspectives

  1. Mentoring Children—Timothy Cavell, University of Arkansas (Contact editor: DuBois)
  2. Mentoring Adolescents—Nancy Darling, Bard College (Contact editor: Karcher)
  3. Mentoring and Adult Development—Ed de St. Aubin, Marquette University (Contact editor: Karcher)

Part IV. Formal Mentoring Programs

  1. Developing a Mentoring Program—Susan Weinberger, President, Mentor Consulting Group (Contact editor: Karcher)
  2. Recruiting and Sustaining Volunteer Mentors—Arthur Stukas, La Trobe University, and Chris Tanti (Contact editor: Karcher)
  3. Evaluating Program Effectiveness—Jean Grossman, Princeton University (Contact editor: DuBois)
  4. Peer Mentoring and Tutoring—Michael Karcher, University of Texas at San Antonio (Contact editor: DuBois)
  5. Intergenerational Mentoring Programs—Andrea Taylor, Leonard LoSciuto, and Lorraine Porcellini, Institute for Survey research, Temple University (Contact editor: DuBois)
  6. Telementoring—Mark Griffiths and Hugh Miller, Nottingham Trent University (Contact editor: Karcher)
  7. Integration of Mentoring with Other Programs and Services–Gabriel Kuperminc, James Emshoff, Michele Reiner, Phyllis Holditch Niolan, Laura Secrest, and Jennifer Foster, Georgia State University (Contact editor: DuBois)

Part V. Contexts of Mentoring

  1. School—Sharon Portwood and Penny Ayers, University of Missouri-Kansas City (Contact editor: Karcher)
  2. Workplace—Mary Agnes Hamilton and Stephen Hamilton, Cornell University (Contact editor: Karcher)
  3. Youth Development Organizations—Barton Hirsch, Northwestern University (Contact editor: DuBois)
  4. Religious Organizations—Kenneth Maton, Jacqueline King, and Mario Sto.-Domingo, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Contact editor: DuBois)
  5. International: U.K. and Europe—Patricia Lucas, Kristin Liabo, and Helen Roberts, City University, UK (Contact editor: DuBois)
  6. International: Asia—Joseph Pascarelli, University of Portland, and Mathew Yap, BP International Mentoring (Contact editor: Karcher)
  7. International: Australia and New Zealand—Ian Evans, Massey University, and Narelle Dawson, Parentline Clinical Consultant (Contact editor: Karcher)

Part VI. Special Populations

  1. Talented and Gifted—Carolyn M. Callahan and Robin Kyburg, University of Virginia (Contact editor: DuBois)
  2. Academically At-Risk Students—Simon Larose and George Tarabulsy, Université Laval (Contact editor: Karcher)
  3. Juvenile Offenders—Elaine Blechman, University of Colorado (Contact editor: DuBois)
  4. Pregnant and Parenting Adolescents—Lynn Blinn-Pike, University of Missouri (Contact editor: DuBois)
  5. Abused and Neglected Youth—Preston Britner and Lisa Kraimer-Rickaby, University of Connecticut (Contact editor: Karcher)
  6. Youth with Disabilities—Katherine McDonald, Fabricio Balcazar and Christopher Keys, University of Illinois at Chicago (Contact editor: DuBois)

Part VII. Policy Issues

  1. Youth Mentoring and Public Policy—Gary Walker, Public/Private Ventures, and Jean Grossman, Princeton University (Contact editor: DuBois)
  2. Cost-Benefit and Cost-Effectiveness Analyses of Youth Mentoring—Brian Yates, University of Massachusetts (Contact editor: Karcher)

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