Dr. Brenda Munro a professor in the Department of Human Ecology teaches and conducts research in the areas of intimate relationships and youth at risk.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Are We there Yet?:Using Theatre in Sexual Education: A Combinationaion of Academic and Theatre Groups

We have combined as academic groups and academics to work on helping youth to make healthy decisions around sexuality.

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Rethinking Asset Theory: Applicability to the Survival of Homeless Youth

Discussed will be literature and new research evaluating the number and types of Assets needed by homeless youth to move them from homelessness to homefulness.

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The Development of a Smoking Cessation Intervention for Hard-to-Reach Multiple Substance Abusing Mailes: A Comic Book as the Central Component

It is important to find a medium that relates to target populations that are most in need of smoking cessation progrmming.

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Identity: Is Theatre an Asset in Dealing with Hard-to-Reach Youth?

Research on the effectiveness of using theatre in teaching youth of three identity types about sexual decision making.

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Creating Cultural Exchange Between Homeless Youth and University Students

Development of a program to link homeless youth and university students in cultural exchange

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