Dr. Rose has been a full time faculty member at Concordia since 2003. Prior to coming to Concordia, she taught in the Department of Human Development at Washington State University. In addition to teaching at the university level, Dr. Rose has taught in the public school system in British Columbia. She is also a Certified Family Life Educator. As a researcher, her interests lie in child development--primarily in gender development and sexual identity development--with a current focus on sexually-confused youth. She also has a strong theoretical bent, and she is currently developing a metatheoretical approach to feminist and family theories with implications for family scholars and practitioners alike.
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Sexual Identity Development
The University of Georgia: Ph.D., Child & Family Development 1997
Arizona State University: M.S., Family Resources & Human Development 1992
University of British Columbia: B.A., English 1978
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Opinion: It's important to have a mandate, to make your dying wishes known
Montreal Gazette online
The other day I asked my 95-year-old father whether he had made any plans for the future...
2014 Health disparities between sexual minority (SM) adolescents and heterosexual adolescents have been identified for risky behaviors such as substance use and risky sexual practice. Yet, few studies have looked at disordered eating (eg, binge-eating and self- ...
2014 Contemporary Canadian society reflects the same demographic trends found in other western countries: families are smaller, older, and more diverse than ever before. Canada has had family policies since Confederation in 1867, yet it does not have a ...
2012 Family policy in Canada is primarily concerned with assisting parents raise their children. This fairly singular approach to family policy is ironic given that Canada does not have a nationally-coordinated family policy. The development of a national family policy ...