Book Review: Roma Minority Youth across Cultural Contexts: Taking a Positive Approach to Research, Policy, and Practice

Richa Khanna

Abstract


Roma Minority Youth across Cultural Contexts: Taking a Positive Approach to Research, Policy, and Practice is an important academic resource that has added to the scarce literature base on Roma culture. Through contributors from diverse backgrounds and utilizing relevant methodological approaches, the book bridges the gap between research and practice in the field of positive youth development (PYD), as applied to Roma youth. This text is an informative tool for students, practitioners, researchers, and policy makers from PYD and related fields.


Keywords


Roma youth; positive youth development; cross-cultural psychology

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Dimitrova, R., Sam, D. L., & Ferrer-Wreder, L. (Eds.). (2021a). Roma minority youth across cultural contexts: Taking a positive approach to research, policy, and practice. Oxford University Press.

Dimitrova, R., Sam, D. L., & Ferrer-Wreder, L. (2021b). Introduction. In R. Dimitrova, D. L. Sam, & L. Ferrer-Wreder (Eds.), Roma minority youth across cultural contexts: Taking a positive approach to research, policy, and practice (pp. xv–xxiv). Oxford University Press.

Lerner, R. M. (2021). Foreword. In R. Dimitrova, D. L. Sam, & L. Ferrer-Wreder (Eds.), Roma minority youth across cultural contexts: Taking a positive approach to research, policy, and practice (pp. ix–xii). Oxford University Press.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/jyd.2021.1187

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