Brabeck, M. M. and Rogers, L. (2000). Human rights as a moral issue: Lessons for moral educators from human rights work. Journal of Moral Education, pp. 167-182.
Brabeck, M. M. (Ed.) (2000) Practicing Feminist Ethics in Psychology. Division 35 (Psychology of Women) Book Series, American Psychological Association.
Brabeck, M. M. & Ting, K. (2000). Feminist Ethics: Lenses for Examining Ethical Psychological Practice. In M. M. Brabeck (Ed.). Practicing Feminist Ethics in Psychology, pp.17-35. Division 35 (Psychology of Women) Book Series, American Psychological Association.
Brabeck, M. M. & Ting, K. (2000). Introduction. In. M. M. Brabeck (Ed.), Practicing Feminist Ethics in Psychology, pp.3-15. Washington, DC: APA
Brabeck, M. M., Rogers, L. A., Sirin, S., Henderson, J., Benvenuto, M., Ting, K., & Weaver, M., (2000) A measure to assess ethical sensitivity to instances of racial and gender intolerance in schools: The Racial Ethical Sensitivity Test (REST). Ethics & Behavior, 119-137.
Walsh, M. E., Brabeck, M. M. , Howard, K. A., Sherman, F., Montes, C. & Garvin, T. (2000). The Boston College-Allston/Brighton Partnership: Description & Challenges. Peabody Journal of Education. 75, (3), 6-32.
Walsh, M. E., Brabeck, M. M. & Howard, K. A. (1999). Interprofessional collaboration in children's services: Toward a theoretical perspective. Children's Services: Social Policy, Research and Practice, 2, (4), 183-208.
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practice. Manuscript under review by the Division 35 (Psychology
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Brabeck, M., et. al. (1998). Changing the Culture of the
University to Engage in Outreach Scholarship. In R.M. Lerner
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for America's youth and families: Building university-community
collaborations for the twenty-first century. New York: Garland
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Brabeck, M. (1997). Circles of belonging: Expanding diversity
in the context of a Catholic and Jesuit University. Proceedings
of the second annual conference on Multiculturalism and diversity
in Catholic higher education: Continuing the dialogue. Fairfield
University, pp 3-16.
Brabeck, M. & Ting, K. (in press) The challenges of feminist
ethics for feminist research. Ethics and Psychology.
Kenny, M.E., Lomax, R., Brabeck, M., & Fife, J. (1998).
Contributions of maternal and paternal attachments to continuity
and change in psychological well-being in middle adolescence.
Journal of Early Adolescence, pp 221-243.