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COUN 6400 Military Culture: Welcome & Course Readings

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COUN 6400 Course Readings

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Bradshaw, C. P., Sudhinaraset, M., Mmari, C., & Blum, R. W. (2010). School transitions among military adolescents: A qualitative study of stress and coping. School Psychology Review, 39(1), 84–105.

Card, N. A., Bosch, L., Casper, D. M., Wiggs, C. B., Hawkins, S. A., Schlomer, G. L., & Borden, L. M. (2011). A meta-analytic review of internalizing, externalizing, and academic adjustment among children of deployed military service members. Journal of Family Psychology25(4), 508–520.

Cozza, S. J., Guimond, J. M., McKibben, J. B., Chun, R. S., Arata-Maiers, T. L., Schneider, B., & ... Ursano, R. J. (2010). Combat-injured service members and their families: The relationship of child distress and spouse-perceived family distress and disruption. Journal of Traumatic Stress23(1), 112–115.

Demers, A. (2011). When veterans return: The role of community in reintegration. Journal of Loss and Trauma: International Perspectives on Stress & Coping16(2), 160–179.

DeVoe, E. R., & Ross, A. (2012). The parenting cycle of deployment. Military Medicine177(2), 184–190.

Dhillon, K., & Boyd, K. C. (2010). The effect of war stressors and life events on Gulf War veterans with chronic fatigue syndrome symptoms. Military Psychology22(2), 87–97.

Esposito-Smythers, C., Wolff, J., Bodzy, M., Lemmon, K. M., Swenson, R. R., & Spirito, A. (2011). Military youth and the deployment cycle: Emotional health consequences and recommendations for intervention. Journal of Family Psychology25(4), 497–507.

Faber, A. J., Willerton, E., Clymer, S. R., MacDermid, S. M., & Weiss, H. M. (2008). Ambiguous absence, ambiguous presence: A qualitative study of military reserve families in wartime. Journal of Family Psychology22(2), 222–230.

Fontana, A., & Rosenheck, R. (1994). Traumatic war stressors and psychiatric symptoms among World War II, Korean, and Vietnam War veterans. Psychology and Aging, 9(1), 27–33.

Ghahramanlou-Holloway, M., Cox, D. W., Fritz, E. C., & George, B. J. (2011). An evidence-informed guide for working with military women and veterans. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice42(1), 1–7.

Gifford, R. K. (2000). War and conflict: Effects on military personnel. In A. E. Kazdin (Ed.) , Encyclopedia of psychology, Vol. 8 (pp. 226-228). American Psychological Association.

Griffith, J. (2010). When does soldier patriotism or nationalism matter? The role of transformational small-unit leaders. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 40(5), 1235–1257.

Griffith, J. (2011). Decades of transition for the US Reserves: Changing demands on reserve identity and mental well-being. International Review of Psychiatry, 23(2), 181–191.

Heflin, C. M., Wilmoth, J. M., & London, A. S. (2012). Veteran status and material hardship: The moderating influence of work-limiting disability. Social Service Review86(1), 119–142.

Kelly, P. J., & Austin, O. (2009). Supporting soldiers returning to our communities after combat missions. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services47(9), 4–6.

Krueger, G. P. (2000). Military culture. In A. E. Kazdin (Ed.), Encyclopedia of psychology, Vol. 5 (pp. 252–259). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association

Langston, V., Gould, M., & Greenberg, N. (2007). Culture: What is its effect on stress in the military? Military Medicine172(9), 931–935.

Lara-Cinisomo, S., Chandra, A., Burns, R. M., Jaycox, L. H., Tanielian, T., Ruder, T., & Han, B. (2012). A mixed-method approach to understanding the experiences of non-deployed military caregivers. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 16(2), 374–384.

Laser, P. M., & Stephens, J. A. (2011). Working with military families through deployment and beyond. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39(1), 28–38.

Lowe, K. T., Adams, K. N., Browne, K. S., & Hinkle, B. L. (2012). Impact of military deployment on family relationships. Journal of Family Studies, 18(1), 17–27.

Lunasco, T. K., Goodwin, E. A., Ozanian, A. J., & Loflin, E. M. (2010). One Shot-One Kill: A culturally sensitive program for the warrior culture. Military Medicine, 175(7), 509–513.

McFaling, L., D’Angelo, M., Drain, M., Gibbs, D. A., & Rae Olmsted, K. L. (2011). Stigma as a barrier to substance abuse and mental health treatment. Military Psychology, 23(1), 1–5.

Mmari, K. N., Bradshaw, C. P., Sudhinaraset, M., & Blum, R. (2010). Exploring the role of social connectedness among military youth: Perceptions from youth, parents, and school personnel. Child & Youth Care Forum39(5), 351–366.

Parco, J. E., & Levy, D. A. (2013). Policy and paradox: Grounded theory at the moment of DADT repeal. Journal of Homosexuality60(2-3), 356–380.

Simmons, C. A., & DeCoster, V. (2007). Military social workers at war: Their experiences and the educational content that helped them. Journal of Social Work Education, 43(3), 497–512.

Strom, T. Q., Gavian, M. E., Possis, E., Loughlin, J., Bui, T., Linardatos, E., & ... Siegel, W. (2012). Cultural and ethical considerations when working with military personnel and veterans: A primer for VA training programs. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 6(2), 67–75.

Wilder, H., & Wilder, J. (2012). In the wake of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell: Suicide prevention and outreach for LGB service members. Military Psychology24(6), 624–642.

Other Readings

Optional or supplemental readings may or may not be available in the library. Find further information about optional readings here.

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