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Journal of Intergenerational Relationships: Programs, Policy, and
Research

Member, Editorial Board. 2002-current. Routledge Taylor & Francis
Group. Philadelphia, PA.

Selected Publications

Funding Across the Ages: A Tool Kit
Chapter 3 “Young and Old Helping Each Other” Co-author.
1999. Grantmakers in Aging. New York.

Get Organized: A Guide to Preventing Teen
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Pregnancy

Volume 1 Chapter 5 “Involving Youth in Teen
Pregnancy Prevention Programs”
Volume 3 Chapter 14 “Raising Funds for Teen
Pregnancy Prevention”
September 1999. National Campaign to Prevent Teen
Pregnancy. Washington, DC.

The Featherbone Spirit: Celebrating Life’s
Connections

Chapter 8 “The Courage to Connect”
2000. Charles E. “Gus” Whalen, Jr. Gainsville, GA.

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren: Theoretical, Empirical, and Clinical Perspectives
Chapter 20 “Organizational Advocacy as a Factor in Public Policy Regarding Grandparenting”
2000. Springer Publishing Company. New York.

Journal of Gerontological Social Work: Volume 34, No. 1
Chapter 5 “Grandparents Raising Grandchildren: Emerging Program and Policy Issues for the
21st Century” Co-author.
2000. The Haworth Press. Binghamton, NY.

Linking Lifetimes: A Global View of Intergenerational Exchange
Chapter 5 “Advancing an Intergenerational Agenda in the United States” Co-author. Chapter 17
“Organizing at the National Level: Lessons Learned from the U.S. and Japan” Co-author.
2002. University Press of America. New York.

New Directions for Philanthropic Fundraising: Volume 42
Chapter 5 “Intergenerational Service Learning and Volunteering”
Winter 2004. Wiley Periodicals. San Francisco, CA.

Church & Society May/June Issue: Social Insurance, A Covenant Between a Government and Its People
Chapter 2 “The New Deal As Covenantal Promise” Should We Be Our Neighbors’ Keeper?
Co-author. 2005. Presbyterian Church, USA. Louisville, KY.

About Children: An Authoritative Resource on the State of Childhood Today
Chapter 15 “Grandparents Raising Grandchildren” Co-author.
2005. American Academy of Pediatrics.

Kinship Care: Supporting Those Who Raise Our Children
2005. The Annie E. Casey Foundation. Baltimore, MD.

Powerful Allies: Mobilizing Older Adults to Build Strong Communities
Co-author. 2005. The Annie E. Casey Foundation. Baltimore, MD.

Indian Journal of Gerontology: Volume 20, No.1-2
Chapter 9 “Bridging Generations: Intergenerational Strategies for Healthy Ageing”
2006. Aalekh Publishers. Jaipur, India.

Civic Engagement and the Baby Boomer Generation: Research, Policy, and Practice
Perspectives

Chapter 12 “Civic Engagement Research, Policy, and Practice Priority Areas: Future
Perspectives on the Baby Boomer Generation” p. 255-256
2006. The Haworth Press. Binghamton, NY.

Programas Intergeneracionales: Hacia Una Sociedad para Todas las Edades
(Intergenerational Programmes: Towards a Society for all ages)

Chapter 4 “Programas Intergeneracionales e Incusion Social de las Personas
Mayores”(Intergenerational programmes and social inclusion of the elderly)
2007. Obra Social. Barcelona, Spain.

Boomer Bust? Economic and Political Issues of the Graying Society: Volume Two
Chapter 10 “Better Together: Generational Reciprocity in the Real World” Lead Author.
2009. Praeger Publishers. Westport, CT.

Journal of Intergenerational Relationships Special Issue: Grandparents and Other Relatives as Parents Volume 7 Numbers 2-3.
“Generations United for Grandfamilies” 2009. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group. Philadelphia, PA.

Generations Journal of the American Society on Aging Fall 2009 volume 33 number 3.
“Time for an All-Generations Approach to Public Policy” Co-author.
2009. American Society on Aging. San Francisco, CA.

Generations Journal of the American Society on Aging Winter 2009-10 volume 33 number 4.
“Generations Going Green: Intergenerational Programs Connecting Young and Old to Improve Our Environment”
Co-author. 2010. American Society on Aging. San Francisco, CA.

Longevity Rules: How to Age Well into the Future
“Affirming Age at Every Age”
2010. Eskaton. Carmichael, CA.

Intergenerational Solidarity Strengthening Economic and Social Ties
Chapter four “Key Issues Uniting Generations”
2010. Palgrave MacMillan. New York.

Journal of Intergenerational Relationships Volume 9 Number 3.
“The Life of Intergenerational Projects” 2011. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group. Philadelphia, PA.

Quality in Ageing and Older Adults Volume 13 Number 4.
“Intergenerational Practices in the United States: past, present and future” co-author 2012.
Emerald Group Publishing Limited. United Kingdom.

Resilient Grandparent Caregivers A Strength-Based Perspective
Forward. 2012. Routledge. New York.

Policies and Programmes Supporting Intergenerational Relations
Lead author. 2012. United Nations. New York.

Family Futures
“Stronger together: intergenerational solidarity in families and communities”
2014. Tudor Rose. United Kingdom.

Journal of Intergenerational Relationships Volume 12 Number 4.
“Reflecting Back and Moving Forward: Shaping the Intergenerational Field from the Field”
2014. Routledge Taylor & Frances Group. Philadelphia, PA.
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