Schubert Center Faculty Associates are conducting research and lending their expertise across all disciplines to improve the lives and well-being of children and adolescents. Below are current publications.

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Zyga, O, Russ, SW, & Dimitropoulos, A. (2018). The PRETEND Program: Evaluating the feasibility of a remote parent-training intervention for children with Prader-Willi syndrome. Accessed at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30421972 Prader-Willi syndrome; parent training; socioemotional development; telehealth December 2018
Lahti, Sara E. “A Tale of Two NGO Discourses: Stories of Suffering Qur’anic School Children in Senegal.” In Kristen Cheney and Aviva Sinervo, eds., Disadvantaged Childhoods and Humanitarian Intervention: Processes of Affective Commodification and Objectification, Palgrave Series on Children in Development. Accessed at
https://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9783030016227#aboutBook
NGOs; Children’s rights; Humanitarianism; Childhoods; Senegal; Islamic education December 2018
Kretschmar, J. and Teodosio, L. (2018, November). How Ohio’s Restore Court Focuses on Helping Sex Trafficked Youth. Juvenile Justice Information Exchange. Accessed at https://jjie.org/2018/11/28/how-ohios-restore-court-focuses-on-helping-sex-trafficked-youth/ Sex trafficking, youth, commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC), trauma, physical health, mental health, Restore Court November 2018
Timmons-Mitchell, J. and Flannery, D.J. (2018, November). Bullying: When Does it Stop? Fifteen Eighty Four: Academic Perspectives from Cambridge University Press. Accessed at http://www.cambridgeblog.org/2018/11/bullying-when-does-it-stop/ Bullying, school, peers, mental health, teenagers November 2018
Lahti, Sara E.”The Limits of Shock and Shame: An Ethnographic Case Analysis of the Naming and Shaming Technique to Promote Human Rights for the Taalibe Qur’anic School Students of Senegal.” Human Rights Quarterly, vol. 40 no. 3, 2018, pp. 605-640. Project MUSEdoi:10.1353/hrq.2018.0034 Human rights, Africa, naming and shaming August 2018