Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on Preventing Nicotine Addiction in Children and Youths; Editors: Barbara S. Lynch and Richard J. Bonnie. Washington (DC): ... Search databaseSearch termSearch Preventing Nicotine Addiction in Children and Youths Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on Preventing Nicotine Addiction in Children and Youths; Editors: Barbara S. Lynch and Richard J. Bonnie. Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 1994. Hardcopy Version at National Academies Press Tobacco use kills more people than any other addiction and we know that addiction starts in childhood and youth. We all agree that youths should not smoke, but how can this be accomplished? What prevention messages will they find compelling? What effect does tobacco advertising--more than $10 million worth every day--have on youths? Can we responsibly and effectively restrict their access to tobacco products? These questions and more are addressed in Growing Up Tobacco Free, prepared by the Institute of Medicine to help everyone understand the troubling issues surrounding youths and tobacco use. Growing Up Tobacco Free provides a readable explanation of nicotine's effects and the process of addiction, and documents the search for an effective approach to preventing the use of cigarettes, chewing and spitting tobacco, and snuff by children and youths. It covers the results of recent initiatives to limit young people's access to tobacco and discusses approaches to controls or bans on tobacco sales, price sensitivity among adolescents, and arguments for and against taxation as a prevention strategy for tobacco use. The controversial area of tobacco advertising is thoroughly examined.
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Lynch, Robert J.. "Breaking the Silence: A Phenomenological Exploration of Secondary Traumatic Stress in U.S. College Student Affairs Professionals" (2017) . Home > Education > Educational Foundations & Leadership > ETDs > 43 EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS & LEADERSHIP THESES & DISSERTATIONS Breaking the Silence: A Phenomenological Exploration of Secondary Traumatic Stress in U.S. College Student Affairs Professionals Robert Jason Lynch, Old Dominion University Breaking the Silence: A Phenomenological Exploration of Secondary Traumatic Stress in U.S. College Student Affairs Professionals is a qualitative-intensive mixed methods study using phenomenology and art-based research techniques to uncover the essence of secondary traumatic stress in U.S. college student affairs professionals. Researchers in the fields of psychology, counseling, social work and other helping professions suggest that repeated exposure to individuals experiencing trauma, or hearing repeated details of an individual’s trauma, have negative outcomes on professional helpers. Coined secondary traumatic stress, this phenomenon may be defined as “the stress resulting from helping or wanting to help a traumatized or suffering person” (Figley, 1999, p. 10). Despite severely increasing incidents of student trauma, little scholarship has focused on the impact that support-work may have on the professionals often acting as first responders for students. This study aimed to address this gap in knowledge. Guided by phenomenological methods described by Moustakas (1994), this study investigated the essence of secondary traumatic stress through the lived experiences of 30 college student affairs professionals who have supported students through one or more traumatic events. These individuals were also asked to complete a brief visual representation activity used within their interviews to better understand the nuances of their experience of secondary trauma and how it manifests. A total of seven meta-themes emerged from the data: 1) Cumulative nature of trauma support in higher education 2) Inadequate professional preparation, resources, and guidance 3) Professional’s self-efficacy as an effective support-person 4) Impact of professional and organizational culture on the development of maladaptive views of student support 5) Importance of personal and professional support networks 6) Personal impact of professional’s relationship with student(s) in crisis 7) The negative impact of support-work on personal wellness. These themes suggested that the professionals in this study experienced negative psychological and physical outcomes as a result of their work supporting students through trauma. Findings also suggested the repetitive and collective nature of student trauma within student affairs work. Implications for policy, practice, and future research are discussed.
Photo, Print, Drawing R.J. Lynch, executive assistant to the Director of ... Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print; Digital Id: fsa ... R.J. Lynch, executive assistant to the Director of Priorities digital file from original neg. Zoom inZoom outRotate rightFit screenFull expand R.J. Lynch, executive assistant to the Director of Priorities United States. Office for Emergency Management. - Title and other information from caption card. - Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. - Film copy on SIS roll 0, frame 0. 1 negative ; 4 x 5 inches or smaller. Farm Security Administration - Office of War Information Photograph Collection (Library of Congress) fsa 8e10622 //hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/fsa.8e10622 Library of Congress Control Number LC-DIG-fsa-8e10622 (digital file from original neg.) LC-USE6-D-000320 (b&w nitrate neg.) Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black-And-White Negatives (170,895) Prints and Photographs Division (914,648) Library of Congress Online Catalog (1,136,150) United States. Office for Emergency Management More Photos, Prints, Drawings like this T. Munford Boyd, Assistant Legal Counsel, Priorities Division. Attorney in Charlottesville, Virginia Batt, William L. Director, Materials Division, Office of Production Management (OPM) Dr. Carl C. Monrad, Consultant, Petroleum Unit, Industrial Materials, Petroleum, Chemical, and Allied Products Section, Production ... W. Averill Harriman, now in London on special duty Dr. C. K. Leith, Consultant on Mineral, Office of Production Management (OPM). Formerly professor in Geology ...
Lynch, R. J. (2017). The development and validation of the secondary trauma in resident assistants scale. The Journal of College & University Student Housing, ... Home > Education > Educational Foundations & Leadership > Faculty Publications > 40 EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS & LEADERSHIP FACULTY PUBLICATIONS The Development and Validation of the Secondary Trauma in Resident Assistants Scale R. Jason Lynch, Old Dominion University The Journal of College & University Student Housing SECONDARY TRAUMATIC STRESS has been described as "the stress resulting from helping or wanting to help a traumatized or suffering person" (Figley, 1999, p. 10). College resident assistants often serve as first-responders to students who have experienced traumatic life events such as severe mental illness, substance abuse, sexual violence, and hate crimes. To date, the literature has not thoroughly addressed the impact of providing this level of support on collegiate resident assistants. This study aimed to explore one possible outcome identified in individuals in other helping professions: secondary traumatic stress. The researcher set out to develop and validate an instrument that may aid in understanding four symptoms associated with secondary trauma within U.S. college resident assistants, as indicated in the 5th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V): negative alteration of mood or cognition, arousal and reactivity, avoidance, and intrusive thoughts. Results indicated a four factor model representing internal and external manifestations of negative alteration of mood or cognition, avoidance, and intrusive thoughts. Arousal and reactivity did not emerge as a factor and was therefore excluded. Implications for future research and practical applications are discussed.
Measurements were made of the reflectivity and/or absorptivity of cadmium from 0.15 to 20 eV, using polarized light with the electric vector both perpendicular ... HOME REPOSITORY PRESS ABOUT FAQ MY ACCOUNT Home > Iowa State University Digital Repository > LAS > Physics and Astronomy > Publications > 21 PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY PUBLICATIONS Optical Properties of Single-Crystal Cadmium R. J. Bartlett, Iowa State University David W. Lynch, Iowa State UniversityFollow R. Rosei, Iowa State University Measurements were made of the reflectivity and/or absorptivity of cadmium from 0.15 to 20 eV, using polarized light with the electric vector both perpendicular and parallel to the c axis of the crystal. In the visible and infrared spectra both polarizations yielded strong absorption peaks. For perpendicular polarization, the main peak was at 0.98 eV and was attributed mainly to transitions between bands along the L−H symmetry line. Also in this polarization there was an absorption edge at 0.29 eV. This may be due to transitions near the point K in the Brillouin zone. For parallel polarization, the main absorption peak was at 1.10 eV and was attributed to transitions between bands along Γ−K, Γ−M, and L−H. No low-energy absorption edge was found for parallel polarization. Agreement between the experimental data and the calculations of Kasowski based on a nonlocal-pseudopotential model was fairly good. There was no agreement between the data and calculations based on a local-pseudopotential model. At low temperatures, the long-wavelength absorptivities were approximately constant, in agreement with theory for the anomalous-skin-effect region. Using the theory of Kliewer and Fuchs and the experimental data, parallel and perpendicular effective masses were calculated to be 1.09m0 and 1.61m0, respectively. The weighted average of these is in good agreement with the thermal effective mass for cadmium. The low-energy data support the theory of Kliewer and Fuchs and tend to confirm the volume absorption process suggested by Holstein.
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