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-====== Social Support ====== +====== Social Support ======  
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-===== See also ===== +===== See also =====  
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-  * [[Social capital]] +  * [[Social capital]]  
-  * [[Social engagement]] +  * [[Social engagement]]  
-  * [[Working alliance]] +  * [[Working alliance]]  
-  * [[http://del.icio.us/tag/socialsupport|Social support]] (del.icio.us) +  * [[http://del.icio.us/tag/socialsupport|Social support]] (del.icio.us)  
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-===== References ===== +  
- +===== References =====  
-Barbee, A. P., Cunningham, M. R., Winstead, B. A., Derlega, V. J., Gully, M. R., Yaneelow, P. A., & Druen, P. B. (1993). Effects of gender role expectations on the social support process. //Journal of Social Issues//, //49//, 175-190. //James has a hard copy// +  
- +Barbee, A. P., Cunningham, M. R., Winstead, B. A., Derlega, V. J., Gully, M. R., Yaneelow, P. A., & Druen, P. B. (1993). Effects of gender role expectations on the social support process. //Journal of Social Issues//, //49//, 175-190. //James has a hard copy//  
-Cohen, S., & Hoberman, H. M. (1983). [[http://www.psy.cmu.edu/%7Escohen/CohenHober1983.pdf|Positive events and social supports as buffers of life change stress]]. //Journal of Applied Social Psychology//, //13//, 99-125. (pdf) +  
- +Cohen, S., & Hoberman, H. M. (1983). [[http://www.psy.cmu.edu/%7Escohen/CohenHober1983.pdf|Positive events and social supports as buffers of life change stress]]. //Journal of Applied Social Psychology//, //13//, 99-125. (pdf)  
-Cohen, S., Mermelstein, R., Kamarck, T., & Hoberman, H. (1985). [[http://www.psy.cmu.edu/%7Escohen/function85chap.pdf|Measuring the functional components of social support]]. In I. G. Sarason & B. R. Sarason (Eds.), Social support: Theory, research, and application. The Hague, Holland: Martinus Nijhoff. (pdf) +  
- +Cohen, S., Mermelstein, R., Kamarck, T., & Hoberman, H. (1985). [[http://www.psy.cmu.edu/%7Escohen/function85chap.pdf|Measuring the functional components of social support]]. In I. G. Sarason & B. R. Sarason (Eds.), Social support: Theory, research, and application. The Hague, Holland: Martinus Nijhoff. (pdf)  
-Koekse, G. F. (1991). [[http://jab.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/27/4/475|Underestimation of social support buffering]]. //The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science//, //27//, 475-489. DOI: 10.1177/0021886391274007. +  
- +Hong-juan, C., Xiao, F., & Xiu-yun, L. (2005). An investigative study of social support of undergraduates. //Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology//, //13//, 304-306.  
-Mitten, D. (1995). Building the group: Using personal affirming to create healthy group process. //Journal of Experiential Education//, //18//(2), 82-90.  //James has a hard copy// +  
- +Koekse, G. F. (1991). [[http://jab.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/27/4/475|Underestimation of social support buffering]]. //The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science//, //27//, 475-489. DOI: 10.1177/0021886391274007.  
-Neill, J. T., & Dias, K. L. (2001). [[http://www.wilderdom.com/abstracts/NeillDias2001AdventureEducationResilienceDoubleEdgedSword.htm|Adventure education and resilience: The double-edged sword]]. //Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning//, //1//(2), 35-42. +  
- +Mitten, D. (1995). Building the group: Using personal affirming to create healthy group process. //Journal of Experiential Education//, //18//(2), 82-90.  //James has a hard copy//  
-Neill, J. T. (2004). [[http://www.wilderdom.com/group/SocialSupportHelpsPeopleGrow.html|Social support helps people grow]]. +  
- +Neill, J. T., & Dias, K. L. (2001). [[http://www.wilderdom.com/abstracts/NeillDias2001AdventureEducationResilienceDoubleEdgedSword.htm|Adventure education and resilience: The double-edged sword]]. //Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning//, //1//(2), 35-42.  
-Neill, J. T. (2004). [[http://www.wilderdom.com/group/SocialSupportWaysToPromote.html|Ways to improve social support in groups]]. +  
- +Neill, J. T. (2004). [[http://www.wilderdom.com/group/SocialSupportHelpsPeopleGrow.html|Social support helps people grow]].  
-Neill, J. T. (2006). [[http://wilderdom.com/Group.html|Group dynamics, processes, & development]]. +  
- +Neill, J. T. (2004). [[http://www.wilderdom.com/group/SocialSupportWaysToPromote.html|Ways to improve social support in groups]].  
-Neill, J. T., & Dias, K. L. (2001). [[http://wilderdom.com/abstracts/NeillDias2001AdventureEducationResilienceDoubleEdgedSword.htm|Adventure education and resilience: The double-edged sword]]. //Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning//, //1//(2), 35-42. +  
- +Neill, J. T. (2006). [[http://wilderdom.com/Group.html|Group dynamics, processes, & development]].  
-Payne, R. L, & Jones, J. G. (1987). Measurement and methodological issues in social support. In S. V. Kasl & C. L. Cooper (Eds). //Stress and health: Issues in research methodology// (pp. 167-205). John Wiley: Chichester, UK.  //James has a hard copy// +  
- +Neill, J. T., & Dias, K. L. (2001). [[http://wilderdom.com/abstracts/NeillDias2001AdventureEducationResilienceDoubleEdgedSword.htm|Adventure education and resilience: The double-edged sword]]. //Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning//, //1//(2), 35-42.  
-Quay, J., Dickinson, S., & Nettleton, B. (2000). Community, caring and outdoor education.  //Australian Journal of Outdoor Education//, //5//(1), 4–18. //James has a hard copy// +  
- +Payne, R. L, & Jones, J. G. (1987). Measurement and methodological issues in social support. In S. V. Kasl & C. L. Cooper (Eds). //Stress and health: Issues in research methodology// (pp. 167-205). John Wiley: Chichester, UK.  //James has a hard copy//  
-Schwarzer, C. & Buchwald, P. (2004).  [[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B0-12-657410-3/00414-1|Social support]]. //Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology//, 435-441. doi:10.1016/B0-12-657410-3/00414-1 +  
- +Quay, J., Dickinson, S., & Nettleton, B. (2000). Community, caring and outdoor education.  //Australian Journal of Outdoor Education//, //5//(1), 4–18. //James has a hard copy//  
-Thorsteinsson, E. B., & James, J. E. (1999). A meta-analysis of the effects of experimental manipulations of social support during laboratory stress. //Psychology and Health//, //14//, 869-886. +  
- +Schwarzer, C. & Buchwald, P. (2004).  [[http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B0-12-657410-3/00414-1|Social support]]. //Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology//, 435-441. doi:10.1016/B0-12-657410-3/00414-1  
-Thorsteinsson, E. B., James, J. E., & Gregg, M. E. (1998). Effects of video-relayed social support on hemodynamic reactivity and salivary cortisol during laboratory-based behavioral challenge. //Health Psychology//, //17//, 436-444. +  
- +Thorsteinsson, E. B., & James, J. E. (1999). A meta-analysis of the effects of experimental manipulations of social support during laboratory stress. //Psychology and Health//, //14//, 869-886.  
-Wikipedia (2006). //[[wp>Social_support|Social support]]//.  +  
- +Thorsteinsson, E. B., James, J. E., & Gregg, M. E. (1998). Effects of video-relayed social support on hemodynamic reactivity and salivary cortisol during laboratory-based behavioral challenge. //Health Psychology//, //17//, 436-444.  
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- +Wikipedia (2006). //[[wp>Social_support|Social support]]//.  
-===== Instrumentation ===== +  
-Cohen & Hoberman. Perceived availability of Social Support (ISEL). +  
- +===== Instrumentation =====  
-Malecki, C. K., & Demaray, M. K. (2002). Measuring perceived social support:  Development of the Child and Adolescent Social Support Scale.  //Psychology in the Schools//, //39//, 1-18. +Cohen & Hoberman. Perceived availability of Social Support (ISEL).  
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-Malecki, C.K. & Elliott, S.N. (1999).  Adolescents’ ratings of perceived social support and its importance:  Validation of the Student Social Support Scale.  //Psychology in the Schools//, //36//, 473-483. +Malecki, C. K., & Demaray, M. K. (2002). Measuring perceived social support:  Development of the Child and Adolescent Social Support Scale.  //Psychology in the Schools//, //39//, 1-18.  
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-Sarason et al (1981). Social Support Questionnaire. +Malecki, C.K. & Elliott, S.N. (1999).  Adolescents’ ratings of perceived social support and its importance:  Validation of the Student Social Support Scale.  //Psychology in the Schools//, //36//, 473-483.  
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-Winemuller, D.R., Mitchell, M.E., Sutcliff, J., & Cline, D.J. (1993). [[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uids=8254070&dopt=Abstract|Measurement strategies in social support: a descriptive review of the literature]]. //Journal of Clinical Psychology//, //49//, 638-648. +Sarason et al (1981). Social Support Questionnaire.  
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-===== Social Support, Social Capital & Intervention Programs ===== +Winemuller, D.R., Mitchell, M.E., Sutcliff, J., & Cline, D.J. (1993). [[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uids=8254070&dopt=Abstract|Measurement strategies in social support: a descriptive review of the literature]]. //Journal of Clinical Psychology//, //49//, 638-648.  
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-SS might be seen as one fairly tangible component of [[social capital]].  It is probably quite relevant to  psychological and physical [[well being]].  It may be a psychosocial construct influenced in positive ways by intervention programs.  SS has been the focus of a lot of psychological research.  It could be seen as both a process (causative) factor in intervention programs, as well as an outcome.  +===== Social Support, Social Capital & Intervention Programs =====  
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-Neill & Dias (2001) is a paper which makes some very early suggestions about social support in outdoor education programs, but does not consider the possibility of SS as an outcome of programs. +SS might be seen as one fairly tangible component of [[social capital]].  It is probably quite relevant to  psychological and physical [[well being]].  It may be a psychosocial construct influenced in positive ways by intervention programs.  SS has been the focus of a lot of psychological research.  It could be seen as both a process (causative) factor in intervention programs, as well as an outcome.  
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 +Neill & Dias (2001) is a paper which makes some very early suggestions about social support in outdoor education programs, but does not consider the possibility of SS as an outcome of programs.  
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Quay (2000) has written about 'caring' as an outcome of OE programs with adolescents. Quay (2000) has written about 'caring' as an outcome of OE programs with adolescents.
 
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