Jordan College of Agricultural Science and Technology
12 achievements

12 achievements

McKenzie, Jessica
McKenzie, J., Tsutstui, S., & Prakash, S.  (2017). Divine self and selves: adolescent orientations toward religion in globalizing northern Thailand. Presented at Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Austin, TX.
McKenzie, J., & Jensen, L.  (2017). Moral reasoning as cultural process: Evangelical and mainline Protestants’ culturally constituted moral life course narratives. Presented at Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Austin, TX.
McKenzie, J.  (2017). (Re)constructing moral selves in globalizing northern Thailand. Presented at Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Austin, TX.
McKenzie, J.  (2017). Globalization and selves: Adolescent identities and imagined futures in a diverse world. Presented at Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Austin, TX.
McKenzie, J., Prakash, S., & Tsutstui, S.  (2016). Perceptions of Buddhism and Buddhist monasticism in northern Thailand: A dyadic, multi-sited study. Presented at International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology Congress, Nagoya, Japan.
McKenzie, J., & Jensen, L.  (2016). The moral reasoning of U.S. evangelical and mainline Protestant children, adolescents, and adults: A cultural-developmental study.  Child Development. 87(2), 446-464.
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McKenzie, J.  (2016). Youth development in contexts of globalization and cultural/social change. Presented at International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology Congress, Nagoya, Japan.
McKenzie, J.  (2016). “I don’t think things can be like they are forever”: dyadic perceptions of cultural values and change in urban and rural Thai communities. Presented at International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology Congress, Nagoya, Japan.
McKenzie, J.  (2016). Globalization and Moral Personhood: Dyadic Perspectives of the Moral Self in Rural and Urban Thai Communities.  Journal of Adolescent Research. 1-38.
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McKenzie, J.  (2016). Charting the moral life courses: a theory of moral development in U.S. evangelical and mainline Protestant cultures.  Culture & Psychology. 23(4), 433-460.
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McKenzie, J.  (2015). Shifting Cultures, Shifting Moralities: Intergenerational Perspectives of Morality in Rural and Urban Thai Communities. 
McKenzie, J., & Twose, G.  (2015). Applications and extensions of realistic group conflict theory: Moral development and conflict prevention.  Norms, groups, conflict, and social change: Rediscovering Muzafer Sherif’s psychology. (pp.307-324) Piscataway, NJ: Transaction Publications.
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