• Walls (2009)

  • Walls, N. E. (2009). Grappling with the relationship between men's endorsement of positive stereotypes of women and support for women's rights, Advances in Gender Research, 13, 81-112. (download pre-print, pdf, 215 kb).

  • CITED IN:

    1. Begun, S. & Walls, N. E. (2014). Ambivalent sexism’s relationship with abortion attitudes: Examining the complexities of beliefs about women and abortion. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 30, 200-215. doi: 10.1177/0886109914555216
    2. Hettinger, V. (2010). Influence of misperceptions about gay affluence on support for pro-gay legal reform. Unpublished thesis, University of South Florida, Department of Psychology. Retrieved on March 26, 2011 from http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2656&context=etd
  • Walls (2009)

  • Walls, N. E. (2009). [Review of the book Social Class: How Does it Work?]. Journal of Children & Poverty, 15: 75-76.

  • Walls, Griffin, Arnold-Renicker et al., (2009)

  • Walls, N. E., Griffin, R., Arnold-Renicker, H., Burson, M., Johnston, C., Moorman, N., Nelsen, J., & Schutte, E. C. (2009). Mapping graduate social work students' learning journeys about heterosexual privilege.  Journal of Social Work Education, 2, 289-307

  • CITED IN:

    1. Griffin, R. A., & Jackson, N. R. (2011). Privilege monopoly: An opportunity to engage in diversity awareness. Communication Teacher, 25, 1-6.
    2. Walls, N. E., & Costello, K. (2010). 'Head ladies center for teacup chain': Exploring cisgender privilege in a (predominately) gay male context. In Anderson, S., & Middleton, V., Explorations in Diversity: Examining Privilege and Oppression in a Multicultural Society (pp. 81-94). Florence, KY: Brooks Cole Publishing.
    3. Walls, N. E., Roll, S., Griffin, R. A., & Sprague, L. (2010). A model for teaching about privilege in graduate social work education. Understanding and Dismantling Privilege, 1(1). Retrieved from http://www.wpcjournal.com/article/viewFile/6262/pdf_30
  • Walls, Potter, & van Leeuwen (2009)

  • Walls, N. E., Potter, C., & Van Leeuwen, J. (2009). Where risks and protective factors operate differently: Homeless sexual minority youth and suicide attempts. Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal, 26, 235-257.

  • CITED IN:

    1. Walls, N. E., & Bell, S. (2010). Correlates of engaging in survival sex among homeless youth and young adults. Journal of Sex Research, 47, 1-14.
  • Walls (2008)

  • Walls, N. E. (2008). Toward a multidimensional understanding of heterosexism: The changing nature of prejudicial attitudes. Journal of Homosexuality, 55, 20-70. (download pre-print, pdf, 324 kb)

  • CITED IN:

    1. Nadal, K. L., Wong, Y., Issa, M.-A., Meterko, V., Leon, J. & Wideman, M. (2011). Sexual orientation microaggressions: Processes and coping mechanisms for lesbian, gay, and bisexual individuals. Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 5, 21-46.
    2. Swank, E., & Fahs, B. (2011). Pathways to political activism among Americans who have same-sex sexual contact. Sexuality Research and Social Policy, (8)2, 126-138.
    3. Nadal, K. L., Issa, M-A., Leon, J., Meterko, V., Wideman, M., & Wong, Y. (2011). Sexual orientation microaggressions: “Death by a Thousand Cuts” for Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Youth. Journal of LGBT Youth, 8, 234-259.
    4. Aerts, S., Cox, N., Dewaele, A., & Van Houtte, M. (September, 2011). Homonegativity and bullying in Flemish high schools: Influence of tracking. Paper presented at the annual conference of the European Education Research Association, Berlin, Germany.
    5. Nadal, K. L., & Griffin, K. E. (2011). Microaggressions: A root of bullying, violence, and victimization toward lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth. In M. A. Paludi, (Ed.), The psychology of teen violence and victimization, pp. 3-22. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
    6. Seelman, K., & Walls, N. E. (2010). Person-organization incongruence among incoming social work graduate students as a predictor of right-wing authoritarianism, social dominance orientation, and heterosexism. Journal of Social Work Education, 46, 103-121.
    7. Goldstein, S. B., & Davis, D. S. (2010). Heterosexual allies: A descriptive profile. Equity & Excellence in Education, 43, 478-494.
    8. Rye, B. J., & Meaney, G. J. (2010). Measuring homonegativity: A psychometric analysis. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 42, 158-167.
    9. Nadal, K. L., Rivera, D. P., Corpus, M. J. H. (2010). Sexual orientation and transgender microaggressions: Implications for mental health and counseling. In Sue, D. W. (Ed.), Microaggressions and marginality: Manifestations, dynamics, and impact (pp. 217-240). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
    10. O’Neill, B. (2010). Challenges faced by lesbian, gay, and bisexual newcomers: Implications for services. Canadian Social Work [Special edition on settlement of newcomers to Canada], 12, 145-151.
    11. Hettinger, V. (2010). Influence of misperceptions about gay affluence on support for pro-gay legal reform. Unpublished thesis, University of South Florida, Department of Psychology. Retrieved on March 26, 2011 from http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2656&context=etd
    12. Bencivenga, R. (2010). A learning partnership on aversive discrimination.Palermo, Italy: Unveiling Aversive Discrimination. Retrieved March 26, 2011 from http://www.kombi-berlin.de/downloads/A_Learning_Partnership.pdf
    13. Walls, N. E. (2009). Grappling with the relationship between men's endorsement of positive stereotypes of women and support for women's rights, Advances in Gender Research, 13, 81-112.
    14. Haskell, R. (2008). A "gentle violence"?: Former students' experiences of homophobia and transphobia in British Columbia high schools. Unpublished master's thesis. Simon Fraser University: Vancouver, BC, Canada.
    15. Nadal, K. L. (2008). Preventing racial, ethnic, gender, sexual minority, disability, and religious microaggressions: Recommendations for promoting positive mental health. Prevention in Counseling Psychology: Theory, Research, Practice, and Training, 2, 22-27.
    1. Porfido, A. (2008). Guarda in faccia la violenza. Bologna, Italy: Arcilesbica Associazione Nazionale.
    2. Walls, N. E. (2008). Modern heterosexism and social dominance orientation: Do subdomains of heterosexism function as hierarchy-enhancing legitimizing myths? In T. G. Morrison & M. A. Morrison (Eds.), The Psychology of Modern Prejudice (pp. 225-259). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Walls (2008)

  • Walls, N. E. (2008). Modern heterosexism and social dominance orientation: Do subdomains of heterosexism function as hierarchy-enhancing legitimizing myths? In T. G. Morrison & M. A. Morrison (Eds.), The Psychology of Modern Prejudice (pp. 225-259). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers. (download pre-print, pdf, 228 kb)

  • CITED IN:

    1. Childs, C. E. (2011). Right-wing authoritarianism and prejudice: A meta-analysis. Unpublished thesis. Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana.
    2. Hettinger, V. E. (2010). Influence of misperceptions about gay affluence on support for pro-gay legal reform. Theses and Dissertations. Paper 1657. http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/etd/1657
    3. Seelman, K., & Walls, N. E. (2010). Person-organization incongruence among incoming social work graduate students as a predictor of right-wing authoritarianism, social dominance orientation, and heterosexism. Journal of Social Work Education, 46, 103-121.
    4. Watts, A. (2009). The role of morality in status and stigma processes. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association. San Francisco, CA. Retrieved on June 13, 2010 from http://www.allacademic.com//meta/p_mla_apa_research_citation/ 3/0/9/8/6/pages309869/p309869-1.php
    5. Walls, N. E. (2009). Grappling with the relationship between men's endorsement of positive stereotypes of women and support for women's rights, Advances in Gender Research, 13, 81-112.
  • Walls, Freedenthal, & Wisneski (2008)

  • Walls, N. E, Freedenthal, S., & Wisneski, H. (2008). Suicidal ideation and attempts among sexual minority youth receiving social services. Social Work, 53, 21-29. (download pre-print, pdf, 110 kb)

  • CITED IN:

    1. Longo, J., Walls, N. E., & Wisneski, H. (under review). Religious tradition and religiosity: Protective or risk factor for sexual minority youth? Manuscript submitted for publication.
    2. Seelman, K.L., Walls, N.E., Hazel, C., & Wisneski, H. (2012). Student school engagement among sexual minority students: Understanding the contributor to predicting academic outcomes. Journal of Social Service Research, 38, 3-17. doi:10.1080/01488376.2011.583829
    3. Hatzenbuehler, M. L.(2011). The social environment and suicide attempts in lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth. Pediatrics, 127(5), 896-903.
    4. Marshall, B. D. L., & Werb, D. (2010). Health outcomes associated with methamphetamine use among young people: A systematic review. Addiction, 105, 991-1002.
    5. Walls, N. E., Kane, S. B., & Wisneski, H. (2010). Gay-straight alliances and the school experiences of sexual minority youth. Youth & Society, 41, 307-332.
    6. Watson, L. B., Varjas, K., Meyers, J., & Graybill, E. C. (2010). Gay-straight alliance advisors: Negotiating multiple ecological systems when advocating for LGBTQ youth. Journal of LGBT Youth, 7, 100-128.
    7. The Colorado Trust. (2009). Preventing suicide in Colorado: Progress achieved and goals for the future. Denver, CO: The Colorado Trust.
    8. Hatzenbuehler, M. L. (2009). How does sexual minority stigma “get under the skin”? A psychological mediation framework. Psychological Bulletin, 135, 707-730.
    9. Van Brunschot, E. G. (2009). Gambling and risk behaviour: A literature review. Edmonton, AB: The Alberta Gaming Research Institute. Retrieved on June 13, 2010 from https://dspace.ucalgary.ca/bitstream/1880/47229/1/Gambling _and_Risk_Behaviour_Literature_Review_March_2009.pdf
    10. Walls, N. E., Potter, C., & Van Leeuwen, J. (2009). Where risks and protective factors operate differently: Homeless sexual minority youth and suicide attempts. Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal, 26, 235-257
    11. Walls, N. E., Hancock, P., & Wisneski, H. (2007). Differentiating the social service needs of homeless and non-homeless sexual minority youth. Journal of Children and Poverty, 13, 177-205.
  • Walls, Wisneski, & O'Boyle (2008)

  • Walls, N. E., Wisneski, H., & O’Boyle, K. (2008). Increasing Awareness of the Risks of Tobacco Use among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth. Denver, CO: The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center of Colorado.

  • Walls, Woodward & Wisneski (2008)

  •  Walls, N. E. (2008). Evaluation of the Last Drag Smoking Cessation Classes Offered to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Trangender Communities of Colorado. Denver, CO: The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center of Colorado.

  • Walls, Hancock, & Wisneski (2007)

  • Walls, N. E., Hancock, P., & Wisneski, H. (2007). Differentiating the social service needs of homeless and non-homeless sexual minority youth. Journal of Children and Poverty, 13, 177-205. (download pre-print, pdf, 227 kb)

  • CITED IN:

    1. Rosario, M., Schrimshaw, E.W. & Hunter, J. (in press). Homelessness among lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth: Implications for subsequent internalizing and externalizing symptoms. Journal of Youth and Adolescence.
    2. Nickels, S., Walls, N.E., Laser, J., & Wisneski, H. (in press). Differences in motivations of cutting behavior among sexual minority youth. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal.
    3. Seelman, K.L., Walls, N.E., Hazel, C., & Wisneski, H. (2012). Student school engagement among sexual minority students: Understanding the contributor to predicting academic outcomes. Journal of Social Service Research, 38, 3-17. doi:10.1080/01488376.2011.583829
    4. Hein, L.C. (2011). Survival strategies of male homeless adolescents. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 17(4), 274-82.
    5. Longo, J., Walls, N. E., & Wisneski, H. (2011). Religious tradition and religiosity: Protective or risk factor for sexual minority youth? Manuscript submitted for publication.
    6. Walls, N. E., Laser, J., Nickels, S. J., & Wisneski, H. (2010). Correlates of cutting behavior among sexual minority youth and young adults. Social Work Research, 34, 213-226.
    7. Gattis, M. N. (2009). Psychosocial problems associated with homelessness in sexual minority youths. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 19, 1066-1094.
    8. Miller, L.T. (2009). An evaluation of the service needs among transgender homeless youth. San Francisco State University Department of Public Administration. Retrieved from http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~ltmiller/documents/LarkinStreet.pdf
    9. Reck, J. (2009). Homeless gay and transgender youth of color in San Francisco: “No one likes street kids” – Even in the Castro. Journal of LGBT Youth, 6, 223-242.
    10. Walls, N. E., Potter, C., & Van Leeuwen, J. (2009). Where risks and protective factors operate differently: Homeless sexual minority youth and suicide attempts. Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal, 26, 235-257.
    11. Commonwealth of Massachusetts Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Youth. (2008) 2008 Annual Report. Boston, MA: Commonwealth of Massachusetts Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Youth. 
    12. Walls, N. E., Wisneski, H., & O'Boyle, K. (2008). Increasing Awareness of the Risks of Tobacco Use among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth. Denver, CO: The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center of Colorado.
  • Walls, Woodard, & Ostermiller (2006)

  • Walls, N. E., Woodard, J., & Ostermiller, J. (2006). Media usage patterns of the Colorado gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community. Denver, CO: The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center of Colorado.

  • Ortiz, Myers, Walls, & Diaz (2005)

  • Ortiz, D., Myers, D. J., Walls, N. E., & Diaz, M. E. (2005). Where do we stand with newspaper data? Mobilization: An International Journal, 10: 397-419. (pdf, 284 kb)

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    1. Davenport, C., Soule, S., & Armstrong, D.A. (2011). Protesting while black? The differential policing of American activism, 1960 to 1990. American Sociological Review, 76(1), 152-178.
    2. Ghaziani, A. & Baldassarri, D. (2011). Cultural anchors and the organization of differences: A multi-method analysis of LGBT marches on Washington. American Sociological Review, 76(2), 179-206.
    3. Uba, K. & Uggla, F. (2011). Protest actions against the European Union, 1992-2007. West European Politics, 34(2), 384-393.
    4. Andrews, K.T., & Caren, N. (2010). Making the news: Movement organizations, media attention, and the public agenda. American Sociological Review, 75(6), 841-866.
    5. Amenta, E., Caren, N., & Stobaugh, J. E. (2010). Political reform and movement persistence: Explaining the historical trajectories of U.S. movements in the Twentieth Century. Retrieved June 13, 2010 from http://www.unige.ch /ses/spo/Accueil-1/Papiers/staff_amenta_2010.pdf
    6. Bagguley, P. (2010). The limits of protest event data and repertoires for the analysis of contemporary feminism. Politics & Gender, 6(4), 616-622.
    7. Dow, K. (2010). News coverage of drought impacts and vulnerability in the US Carolinas, 1998-2007. Natural Hazards, 54(2), 497-518.
    8. Franzosi, R.P. (2010). Sociology, narrative, and the quality versus quantity debate (Goethe versus Newton): Can computer-assisted story grammars help us understand the rise of Italian fascism (1919-1922)? Theory and Society, 39(6), 593-629.
    9. Grey, S.J. (2010). When no “official record exists? Politics & Gender, 6(4), 622-629.
    10. Hotchkiss, N. (2010). Globalizing security? Media framing of national security in France and the United States from the Cold War through 11 September. International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 51(5), 366-386.
    11. Johnson, E.W., Agnone, J., & McCarthy, J.D. (2010). Movement organizations, synergistic tactics and environmental public policy. Social Forces, 88(5), 2267-2292.
    12. Rafail, P. (2010). Asymmetry in protest control? Comparing protest policing patterns in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver, 1998-2004. Mobilization, 15(4), 489-509.
    13. Strawn, K. D. (2010). Protest records, data validity, and the Mexican media: Development and assessment of a keyword search protocol. Social Movement Studies, 9, 69-84.
    14. Astor, A. (2009). “¡Mezquita no!”: The origins of mosque opposition in Spain. Working paper of the Grup de Recerca Interdisciplinari en Immigració, Departament de Ciències Polítiques i Socials, Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Retrieved on June 13, 2010 from http://www.upf.edu/gritim/_pdf/ GRITIM_UPF_WP_Series_3_Astor.pdf
    15. Baumgarten, B., & Grauel, J. (2009). The theoretical potential of website and newspaper data for analysing political communication porcesses. Historical Social Research, 34, 94-121.
    16. Conway, B., Cahill, L. M., & Corcoran, M. P. (2009). The “miracle” of Fatima: Media framing and the regeneration of a Dublin Housing Estate. National Institute for Regional and Spatial Analysis. Working Paper Series, No. 47. Retrieved on June 13, 2010 from http://www.nuim.ie/nirsa/research/documents/ Conway_Cahill_Corcoran_June09_WP.pdf
    17. Dow, K. (2009). News coverage of drought impacts and vulnerability in the U.S. Carolinas, 1998-2007. Natural Hazards, DOI: 10.1007/s11069-009-9482-0.
    1. Hutter, S., & Giugni, M. (2009). Protest politics in a changing political context: Switzerland, 1975-2005. Swiss Political Science Review, 15, 427-461.
    2. Larson, J. A., & Soule, S. A. (2009). Sector-level dynamics and collective action in the United States, 1965-1975. Mobilization: An International Quarterly, 14, 293-314.
    3. Soule, S. A., & Davenport, C. (2009). Velvet glove, iron fist, or even hand? Protest policing in the United States, 1960-1990. Mobilization: An International Quarterly, 14, 1-22. 
    4. Beck, C. J. (2008). The contribution of social movement theory to understanding terrorism. Sociology Compass, 2, 1565-1581.
    5. Bruhn, K. (2008). Urban protest in Mexico and Brazil. New York: Cambridge University Press.
    6. Ghaziana, A. (2008). The dividends of dissent: how conflict and culture work in lesbian and gay marches on Washington. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
    7. Giugni, M. (2008). The contentious politics of unemployment in Europe: An introduction. Mobilization: An International Quarterly, 13, 249-257.
    8. Giugni, M. (2008). Welfare states, political opportunities, and the mobilization of the unemployed: A cross-national analysis. Mobilization: An International Quarterly, 13, 297-310.
    9. Hutter, S. (2008). Political protest in Western Europe: 1975-2005. Paper presented at the Transatlantic Graduate Student Workshop on European Integration and Multilevel Governance, Hanse Wissenschaftskollege, Germany. Retrieved on June 13, 2010 from http://www.unc.edu/depts/europe/ conferences/tgsw/documents/TGSW%20Swen%20Hutter.pdf
    10. Maher, T. V., & Peterson, L. (2008). Time and country variation in contentious politics: Multilevel modeling of dissent and repression. International Journal of Sociology, 38, 52-81.
    11. Meyer, D. S., & Staggenborg, S. (2008). Opposing movement strategies in U.S. abortion politics. Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change, pp 207-238.
    12. Rafail, P. S., Walker, E. T., Tripp, W. and McCarthy, J. D. (2008, July 31). Queuing the news that’s fit to print: An analysis of page placement patterns for protest events in the New York Times, 1960-1990. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Boston, MA.
    13. Soule, S. A.,  & King, B. G. (2008). Competition and resource partitioning in three social movement industries.  American Journal of Sociology, 113, 1568-1610.
    14. Strawn, K. D. (2008). Validity and media-derived protest event data: Examining relative coverage tendences in Mexican news media.  Mobilization: An International Journal, 13, 147-164.
    15. McCarthy, J. D., Titarenko, L., McPhail, C., Rafail, P. S., & Augustyn, B. (2008). Assessing stability in the patterns of selection bias in newspaper coverage of protest during the transition from communism in Belarus. Mobilization: An International Quarterly, 13, 127-146.
    16. Uba, K. (2008). Labor union resistance to economic liberalization in India:  What can national and state level patterns of protests against privatization tell us? Asian Survey, 48, 860-884.
    17. Walker, E. T., Martin, A. W., McCarthy, J. D. (2008). Confronting the state, the corporation, and the academy: The influence of institutional targets on social movement repertoires. American Journal of Sociology, 114, 35-76.
    18. Beck, C. J. (2007).  On the radical cusp: Ecoterrorism in the United States, 1998-2005. Mobilization: An International Journal, 12, 161-176.
    1. Contamin, J.-G. (2007).  Que faire des analyses événementielles? Paper presented at the annual meeting of Association Francaise de Science Politique. Toulouse, France. Retrieved February 20, 2008 from http://www.congres-afsp.fr/tablesrondes/textes/tr1sess2contamin.pdf
    2. Dolezal, M., & Hutter, S. (2007).  Consensus democracy under pressure? Political protest in Austria, 1975-2005. Osterreichische Zeitschrift fur Politikwissenschaft, 36, 337+.
    3. Kousis, M. (2007). Local environmental protest in Greece, 1974-94: Exploring the political dimension. Environmental Politics, 16, 785-804.
    4. Martin, I., & Gabay, N. (2007). Do visible taxes cause protest? Tax policy and tax protest in rich democracies. Paper presented at the annual meeting of International Sociological Association, Research Committee 19 on Poverty, Social Welfare, and Social Policy, Florence, Italy. Retrieved on June 13, 2010 from http://www.unifi.it/confsp/papers/pdf/Martin_Gabay.doc
    5. Ortiz, D. G. (2007). Confronting oppression with violence: Inequality, military infrastructure, and dissident repression. Mobilization: An International Quarterly, 12, 219-238.
    6. Schrodt, P. A., & Yilmaz, Ö. (2007). Event type, sub-state actor, and temporal dimensions of the dissent-repression relationship: Evidence from the Middle East. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. Paper retrieved on June 13, 2010 from http://web.ku.edu/~keds/papers.dir/schrodt.yilmaz.0709.pdf
    7. Soule, S. A., & King, B. (2007). The effects of competition on SMO strategy and survival. Paper presented at the Collective Behavior and Social Movements Workshop, Hoftstra University, Long Island, NY. Retrieved on June 13, 2010 from http://web15.hofstra.edu/pdf/Academics/Colleges/HCLAS/SOCIO/ cbsm/cbsm_plenary_6.pdf
    8. Wilkes, R., & Ricard, D. (2007). How does newspaper coverage of collective action vary? Protest by Indigenous people in Canada. The Social Science Journal, 44, 231-251.
    9. Vliegenthart, R., & Walgrave, S. (n.d.) The interdependency of mass media and social movements. Retrieved on June 13, 2010 from  http://webhost.ua.ac.be/m2p/publications/1267102616.pdf
  • Walls (2003)

  • Walls, N. E. (2003). [Review of the book Forging radical alliances across difference: Coalition politics for the new millenium.] Mobilization: An International Journal, 8, 288-245.

  • Rodriguez & Walls (2000)

  • Rodriguez, R. R., & Walls, N. E. (2000). Culturally educated questioning: Toward a skills-based approach in multicultural counselor training. Applied and Preventive Psychology, 9: 89-99. (pdf, 1288 kb)

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    1. Toporek, R. L. (2012). So what should I actually do? Developing skills for greater multicultural competence. In M. E. Gallardo, C. J. Yeh, & J. E. Trimble, (Eds.), Culturally adaptive counseling skills: Demonstrations of evidence-based practices, pp. 287-312, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
    2. Hubel, G. S., Flood, M. F., & Hansen, D. J. (2010). Sexually and physically abused children. In Segal, D. L., & Hersen, M.,  Diagnostic Interviewing, 4th Edition (pp. 443-466). New York, NY: Springer.
    3. Caban, A. R. (2010). Development and initial validation of the multicultural competence change scale for psychology trainees. Unpublished dissertation. Eugene, OR: University of Oregon.
    4. Warren, N. S. (2010). The genetic counseling cultural competence toolkit. Retrieved on January 8, 2012 from http://www.geneticcounselingtoolkit.com/
    5. Wells, K. E. (2010). Addressing the achievement gap for African American, Latino and Native American adolescents: Implications and approaches for White school counselors. Unpublished master’s thesis. Austin, TX: University of Texas.
    6. Smith, S. D., & Ng, K.-M. (2009). International counseling trainees' experiences and perceptions of their multicultural counseling training in the United States: A mixed method inquiry. International Journal for the Advancement in Counseling, 31, 271-285.
    7. Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology. (2009). 2009-2010 Intern Handbook. Author. Retrieved June 13, 2010 from http://www.unl.edu/nicpp/docs/NICPP%202009-2010%20HANDBOOK.pdf
    8. Walsh, W. B. (2008). Bienniel Review of Counseling Psychology. New York: CRC Press.
    9. Walls, N. E., Freedenthal, S., & Wisneski, H. (2008). Suicidal ideation and attempts among sexual minority youth receiving social services. Social Work, 53, 21-29.
    10. McAuliffe, G. (2007). Learning guide to key practices in culturally alert counseling: A demonstration of skills. A training video for counselors. Sage Publications. Retrieved February 20, 2008 from http://www.sagepub.com/counselingstudy/Learning%20Guide%20to%20the%20DVD%20as%20of%206-25-07.doc
    11. McAuliffe, G. (2007). Culturally alert counseling: An introduction. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
    12. Williams, M. S., Jerome, A., White, K., & Fisher, A. (2006). Making sense of suffering: A preliminary study of changes in religious women adjusting to severe adversity. Counseling & Values, 50, 84-98.
    13. Law, B. M. (2005). Instilling skills for treating minority elders [Electronic version]. Monitor on Psychology, 36, 50.
    14. Pachecho, E. R., Plaza, S. H., Fernandez-Ramirez, B., & Andres, P. C. (2003). The implications of immigration for the training of social work professionals in Spain. British Journal of Social Work, 33, 49-65.
    15. Ramirez, III, M., Valdez, G., & Perez, M. (2003). Applying the APA cultural competency guidelines:  A cultural and cognitive flex perspective. The Clinical Psychologist, 56, 17-23.
    16. American Psychological Association. (2002). Guidelines on Multicultural Education, Training, Research, and Organizational Change for Psychologists. Retrieved December 5, 2007, from the APA website: http://www.apa.org/pi/multiculturalguidelines/formats.html
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