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126 Chapter 9 † Giving Voice to Vulnerable Populations: Rogerian Theory The Rogerian conceptual system (Rogers, 1992), which focuses on the person as integral with and inseparable from his or her environment, holds considerable relevance as an inno-
This chapter covers Ecology and, as such, has a vocabulary all its own – which is often examined. Environment: All the organisms (biotic) and the conditions (abiotic) which exist in an area Abiotic factors: all the non-living factors in an environment, such as rainfall, temperature, soil. Biotic factors: All the living organisms in an area – such as producers, predators and parasites.
Making a Difference for At-Risk Populations Teen Pregnancy Prevention Teen pregnancy prevention efforts, particularly for high-risk youth, are most effective if they are part of a youth
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4 SOUTHWEST EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY A Strategy Brief of the National Center for Family and Community Connections with Schools September 2005 E pstein (2001) notes that there are “overlapping spheres of influence” (p.