Alison Lynne Drew
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Breaking up is hard to do: A qualitative interview study of how and why youth mentoring relationships end
R Spencer, A Basualdo-Delmonico, J Walsh, AL Drew
Youth & Society 49 (4), 438-460, 2017
732017
“Who Knows Me the Best and Can Encourage Me the Most?”: Matching and Early Relationship Development in Youth-Initiated Mentoring Relationships with System-Involved Youth
R Spencer, G Gowdy, AL Drew, JE Rhodes
Journal of Adolescent Research 34 (1), 3-29, 2019
282019
“A positive guiding hand”: A qualitative examination of youth-initiated mentoring and the promotion of interdependence among foster care youth
R Spencer, AL Drew, G Gowdy, JP Horn
Children and Youth Services Review 93, 41-50, 2018
172018
Girls (and Boys) Just Want to Have Fun: A Mixed-Methods Examination of the Role of Gender in Youth Mentoring Relationship Duration and Quality
R Spencer, AL Drew, J Walsh, SS Kanchewa
The journal of primary prevention 39 (1), 17-35, 2018
162018
It takes a village to break up a match: A systemic analysis of formal youth mentoring relationship endings
R Spencer, G Gowdy, AL Drew, MJ McCormack, TE Keller
Child & Youth Care Forum 49 (1), 97-120, 2020
82020
Coparenting across the deployment cycle: Observations from military families with young children
ER DeVoe, AM Ross, R Spencer, A Drew, M Acker, R Paris, V Jacoby
Journal of Family Issues 41 (9), 1447-1469, 2020
52020
How youth mentoring relationships end and why it matters: a mixed‐methods, multi‐informant study
R Spencer, TE Keller, M Perry, AL Drew, H Clark‐Shim, JP Horn, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1483 (1), 67-79, 2021
42021
It’s about time: Staff support contacts and mentor volunteer experiences
TE Keller, A Drew, H Clark-Shim, R Spencer, C Herrera
Journal of Youth Development, 2020
42020
Investigating mentor commitment in youth mentoring relationships: The role of perceived program practices
AL Drew, TE Keller, R Spencer, C Herrera
Journal of Community Psychology 48 (7), 2264-2276, 2020
12020
Mentors’ approach to relationship-building and the supports they provide to youth: A qualitative investigation of community-based mentoring relationships
AL Drew, R Spencer
Children and Youth Services Review 121, 105846, 2021
2021
Program staff perspectives on implementing youth‐initiated mentoring with systems‐involved youth
R Spencer, AL Drew, JP Horn
Journal of Community Psychology, 2021
2021
Understanding Mentors' Experiences in Order to Improve Mentor Retention: A Three-Study, Multi-Method Dissertation
AL Drew
Boston University, 2018
2018
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