Michael Ungar
Michael Ungar
Professor of Social Work, Dalhousie University
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TitleCited byYear
Resilience across cultures
M Ungar
The British Journal of Social Work 38 (2), 218-235, 2008
14852008
The social ecology of resilience: Addressing contextual and cultural ambiguity of a nascent construct.
M Ungar
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 81 (1), 1, 2011
9982011
A constructionist discourse on resilience: Multiple contexts, multiple realities among at-risk children and youth
M Ungar
Youth & society 35 (3), 341-365, 2004
7822004
The social ecology of resilience: A handbook of theory and practice
M Ungar
Springer Science & Business Media, 2011
712*2011
Pathways between social support, family well being, quality of parenting, and child resilience: What we know
MI Armstrong, S Birnie-Lefcovitch, MT Ungar
Journal of child and family studies 14 (2), 269-281, 2005
5942005
Unique pathways to resilience across cultures
M Ungar, M Brown, L Liebenberg, R Othman
Adolescence 42 (166), 287, 2007
5372007
Annual research review: What is resilience within the social ecology of human development?
M Ungar, M Ghazinour, J Richter
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 54 (4), 348-366, 2013
4852013
Assessing resilience across cultures using mixed methods: Construction of the child and youth resilience measure
M Ungar, L Liebenberg
Journal of Mixed Methods Research 5 (2), 126-149, 2011
4312011
Resilience, trauma, context, and culture
M Ungar
Trauma, violence, & abuse 14 (3), 255-266, 2013
3932013
Nurturing hidden resilience in troubled youth
M Ungar
University of Toronto Press, 2004
3682004
Handbook for working with children and youth: Pathways to resilience across cultures and contexts
M Ungar
Sage Publications, 2005
3412005
Qualitative contributions to resilience research
M Ungar
Qualitative social work 2 (1), 85-102, 2003
3182003
A deeper, more social ecological social work practice
M Ungar
Social Service Review 76 (3), 480-497, 2002
2592002
The importance of parents and other caregivers to the resilience of high‐risk adolescents
M Ungar
Family process 43 (1), 23-41, 2004
2512004
Validation of the child and youth resilience measure-28 (CYRM-28) among Canadian youth
L Liebenberg, M Ungar, FV Vijver
Research on social work practice 22 (2), 219-226, 2012
2302012
Practitioner review: diagnosing childhood resilience–a systemic approach to the diagnosis of adaptation in adverse social and physical ecologies
M Ungar
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 56 (1), 4-17, 2015
2252015
Community resilience for youth and families: Facilitative physical and social capital in contexts of adversity
M Ungar
Children and Youth Services Review 33 (9), 1742-1748, 2011
2012011
The study of youth resilience across cultures: Lessons from a pilot study of measurement development
M Ungar, L Liebenberg, R Boothroyd, WM Kwong, TY Lee, J Leblanc, ...
Research in Human Development 5 (3), 166-180, 2008
2012008
Patterns of service use, individual and contextual risk factors, and resilience among adolescents using multiple psychosocial services
M Ungar, L Liebenberg, P Dudding, M Armstrong, FJR Van de Vijver
Child abuse & neglect 37 (2-3), 150-159, 2013
1822013
The myth of peer pressure.
MT Ungar
Adolescence 35 (137), 2000
1662000
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