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Unemployment

This multi-sectioned chapter includes segments on the following social problems that have implications for community psychology research and practice: (1) A brief review of the cycles of interest in urban poverty, with an emphasis on a recent poverty policy initiative in the US, with implications of the provisions of this policy for community psychologists' research and action; (2) The social construction of reproductive rights; (3) Links between environmentalism and community psychology; (4) Lesbian, gay, and bisexual issues; (5) International perspectives on AIDS/HIV; (5) The farm crisis and rural America; (6) The new immigrants; (7) Unemployment; (8) Violence prevention; (9) Substance abuse prevention; (10) Homelessness; and (11) Independent living for those with physical disabilities. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2007 APA, all rights reserved) (from the chapter)