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024 7 10.1007/978-3-319-55601-7|2doi
037 com.springer.onix.9783319556017|bSpringer Nature
050 4 HQ792.L29|bP79 2017
082 04 305.23098|223
245 00 Psychosocial well-being of children and adolescents in
Latin America :|bevidence-based interventions /|cJorge
Castellá Sarriera, Lívia Maria Bedin, editors.
264 1 Cham, Switzerland :|bSpringer,|c
264 4 |c©2017
300 1 online resource.
338 online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier
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490 1 Children's well-being: indicators and research ;|vvolume
504 Includes bibliographical references.
505 0 Acknowledgements; Contents; Contributors; About the
Editors; Introduction; References; Part I: Aspects Related
to Children's Well-Being; Chapter 1: A Multidimensional
Approach to Well-Being; 1.1 Introduction; 1.1.1
Epistemologies of Complexity, Systemic Ecological
Frameworks and Contextualism; 1.1.2 Relevance of
Multidimensional Well-Being; 1.1.3 Studies that Propose
Multidimensional Well-Being; 1.1.4 Multidimensional Well-
Being in Latin America; 1.2 Multidimensional Well-Being:
Concept and Indicators; 1.2.1 Subjective Well-Being;
188.8.131.52 Cognitive and Affective Dimensions.
505 8 184.108.40.206 Emotional Intelligence1.2.2 Psychological Well-
Being; 220.127.116.11 Self-Concept, Spirituality and Life
Purpose; 1.2.3 Psychosocial Well-being; 18.104.22.168
Interpersonal Relationships; 22.214.171.124 Leisure and
Technology Use; 1.2.4 Beyond Social Well-Being, the Socio-
Community Well-Being; 126.96.36.199 Socio-Community Well-Being
Dimensions; Human Rights and Material Resources; Belonging
to Community and Satisfaction with the Environment; 1.3
Discussion and Future Perspectives; References.
505 8 Chapter 2: Spirituality and Religiosity Related to the
Well-Being of Children and Adolescents: A Theoretical and
Empirical Approach2.1 The Study of Spirituality and
Religiosity; 2.2 Defining Spirituality and Religiosity:
Differences and Overlaps; 2.3 The Demographics of
Spirituality and Religiosity in South America; 2.4
Spirituality and Religiosity During Childhood and
Adolescence; 2.4.1 What Spirituality and Religiosity Are
from the Perspective of Children and Adolescents; 2.4.2
Meanings Attributed by Brazilian Children to Spirituality:
A Qualitative Study.
505 8 2.5 Well-Being and Its Relationship with Spirituality and
Religiosity During Adolescence and Childhood2.5.1 Research
in South America; 2.5.2 Cross-Cultural Studies; 2.6 Final
Considerations; References; Chapter 3: Subjective Well-
Being of Children in Residential Care; 3.1 Subjective Well
-Being of Children in Institutional Care; 3.1.1 Subjective
Well-Being of Children and Adolescents in Care; 3.1.2
Differences Between Children Living with Their Families
and in Several Modalities of Institutional Care; 3.1.3
Stability; 3.1.4 Gender Differences; 3.1.5 Interpersonal
505 8 3.1.6 Contact with Birth Family3.1.7 Leisure and Free Time
Activities; 3.1.8 School; 3.2 Institutional Care of
Children in Brazil; 3.3 Well-Being of Children in
Residential Care in Brazil; 3.4 Research with Children and
Adolescents in Residential Care Situations: Specifications
and Ethical Care; 3.5 Final Considerations; References;
Chapter 4: The Use of Software to Improve Child
Maltreatment Detection and Assessment; 4.1 Maltreatment
During Childhood and Adolescence in the Spanish and
Brazilian Contexts; 4.2 Detecting Child Abuse:
Observations and Indicators.
520 This book discusses child well-being, with children and
adolescents as key informants, from a Latin American
perspective. It explores theoretical and empirical issues
related to well-being and associated aspects, in order to
understand the well-being of this population. Topics
analyzed in this volume address for instance environment
and community, rights, leisure time, technologies,
interpersonal relationships and spirituality and their
implications for changes in the well-being in children and
adolescents. Especially relevant for scholars and
professionals in the social and health sciences, as well
as policy makers, seeking to promote child well-being,
regardless of the area in which they operate.
650 0 Children|zLatin America|xSocial conditions.
650 0 Child psychology|zLatin America.
655 0 Electronic books.
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700 1 Bedin, Lív̕ia Maria,|eeditor.
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