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Part I. Micro System.- Chapter 1: Women and Infants Affected by Incarceration: The Potential Value of Home Visiting Program Engagement.- Chapter 2: Adolescents with Incarcerated Parents: Towards Developmentally-Informed Research and Practice.- Chapter 3: Family- and School-Based Sources of Resilience among Children of Incarcerated Parents.- Part II: The Mesosystem.- Chapter 4: The Forgotten: The Impact of Parental and Familial Incarceration on Fragile Communities.- Chapter 5: Racial Differences in Female Imprisonment and Foster Care.- Chapter 6: Language as a Protective Factor: Making Conscious Word Choices to Support Children with Incarcerated Parents.- Part III: Exo System.- Chapter 7. Development and Implementation of an Attachment-Based Intervention to Enhance Visits between Children and Their Incarcerated Parents.- Chapter 8: A Review of Reentry Programs and Their Inclusion of Families.- Chapter 9: Gender Differences and Implications for Programming Duringthe Reentry of Incarcerated Fathers and Mothers Back into Their Communities.- Part IV. Macrosystem.- Chapter 10: We are not collateral consequences: Arrest to re-entry policy solutions for children of incarcerated parents.- Chapter 11:  Toward a Critical Race Analysis of Positive Youth Development for Adolescents of Color Experiencing Parental Incarceration.- Chapter 12: Programmatic and Policy Responses to Mothers who are Incarcerated.- Chapter 13: Incarcerated Parents and their Children: Perspectives from the Smart Decarceration Social Work Grand Challenge.- Epilogue.

About the Author

Judy Krysik, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at Arizona State University and Director of the ASU Center for Child Well-Being, host of the National Children of Incarcerated Parent Conference. Her research interests include the prevention of child maltreatment among infants and toddlers, the efficacy of specialized court programs directed at young children removed for reasons of neglect and child maltreatment, and the promotion of evidence-based practices and programs for parents. She has developed child safety prevention programming that is utilized in schools and preschools across the nation.

Nancy Rodriguez, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Criminology, Law and Society at the University of California, Irvine. In 2014, Dr. Rodriguez was appointed by President Barack Obama as Director of the National Institute of Justice, which is the scientific research arm of the U.S. Department of Justice. Previously, Dr. Rodriquezwas a professor in Arizona State University's School of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Her research interests include inequality and the collateral consequences of mass incarceration, and she has collaborated with law enforcement, courts, and correctional agencies to better understand and improve conditions for those incarcerated and their families.

Judy Krysik and Nancy Rodriguez are co-hosts of the National Children of Incarcerated Parent Conference held annually in Phoenix, AZ

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