Dr. Joy Johnson

Jenkins E*, Johnson J, Bungay V, Kothari A, & Saewyc E. (2015). Divided and disconnected – an examination of young people’s experiences with emotional distress within the context of their everyday lives. Health & Place. 35: 105-112.

This paper is based on a qualitative study conducted in a rural community in British Columbia, Canada. Ethnographic methods were used to: (1) to bring youth voice to the literature on emotional distress; and (2) to capture the ways in which context shapes young peoples’ experiences of emotional distress within their everyday lives. Our findings […]

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