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J. Camille Hall, PhD

Associate Professor


Selected Publications:

Hall, J. C. (in press). It’s tough being a Black woman: Intergenerational stress and coping. Journal of Black Studies.

Corbin, J. & Hall, J. C. (in press). Post-conflict resettlement: Risk and protective factors and resilience among women in northern Uganda. International Social Work.

Hall, J. C. & Crutchfield, J. (2018). Black women’s’ experience colorist microaggressions. Social Work in Mental Health, 16(4),494-503.

Hall, J. C. & Spencer, R. E. (2017). Illuminating the phenomenological challenges of cross-cultural supervision. Smith College Studies in Social Work Journal, 87(2-3), 238-253.

Hall, J. C. (2017). No longer invisible: Understanding the psychosocial impact of skin color stratification in the lives of African American women. Health & Social Work, 42(2),71-78.

Hall, J. C. & Theriot, M. T. (2016). Developing multicultural awareness, knowledge, and skills:   Diversity training makes a difference. Multicultural Perspectives, 18(1), 35-41.

Hall, J. C. (2015). Mother-daughter relationships, self-esteem & problem-solving: Do socialization practices matter?” Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 25(2), 137-146.

 

 


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