SELECTED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Tiffany, J. S., Exner-Cortens, D., and Eckenrode, J. (2013). Longitudinal associations between HIV risk reduction and out-of-school time program participation. Journal of Adolescent Health, 52(6), pp. 795-797.
Goto, K., Tiffany, J., Pelto, G, and Pelletier, D. (2012). Young people’s experiences in youth-led participatory action research for HIV/AIDS prevention. International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies, 3(4), pp. 396-408.
Tiffany, J., Exner, D., and Eckenrode, J. (2012). A new measure for youth program participation. Journal of Community Psychology. 40(3), pp. 277-291.
Goto, K. Pelto, G, Pelletier, D., and Tiffany, J. (2010) “It Really Opened My Eyes:” The effects on youth peer educators of participating in an action research project. Human Organization 60(2), pp. 192-199.
Goto, K., Tiffany, J., Pelto, G. and Pelletier, D. (2008) Use of Q Methodology to Analyze Divergent Perspectives on Participatory Action Research as a Strategy for HIV/AIDS Prevention Among Caribbean Youth. AIDS Education and Prevention 22: 301-311.
Maglajlic, R. A. and Tiffany, J. S., (2006). Participatory action research with youth in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Journal of Community Practice special issue on Youth Participation and Community Change, 14(1-2), pp. 163-181.
Powers, J. L. and Tiffany, J. S. (2006). Engaging youth in participatory research and evaluation. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, Supplement, pp. 79-87.
Tiffany, J. S. (2006). Respondent-driven sampling in participatory research contexts: Participant-driven recruitment. Journal of Urban Health, 83(7) pp. 113-124.
Bianchi, A., Bishara, D., Enekwe, P., Frost, B., Kastning, A., Tiffany, J. S. et al. (2003).Friends inviting friends: Participant-driven recruitment in an HIV prevention research project, Community Youth Development Journal 4(1), pp. 26-31.
Tiffany, J. S. (2001). Insights from a plant closing: Dislocated workers and economic development planning, Planners Network Journal.
Krauss, B. J., Tiffany, J. S. and Goldsamt, L. (1997). Research Notes: Parent and pre-adolescent training for HIV prevention in a high seroprevalence neighborhood. Royal Tropical Institute AIDS/STD Health Promotion Exchange/Sexual Health Exchange. 1, 10-12.
Tiffany, J. S. (1996). Notes on welfare reform. Community and Rural Development Institute Newsletter. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
Tiffany, J. S. (1992). Talking with kids about AIDS. Family Life Educator, 10 (4).
Buchanan, R., Olsfeldt, R., Tobias, D., Tiffany, J. S., and Ziegler, J. (1990) Medicaid coverage of AIDS related care: Attitudes of state legislators serving on health-related committees. AIDS & Public Policy Journal, 6(3).
Buchanan, R., Olsfeldt, R., Tobias, D., Tiffany, J. S., and Ziegler, J. (1990). Sources of AIDS information: A survey of state legislators' serving on health-related committees, New England Journal of Human Services, 10(3).
SELECTED EXTENSION PUBLICATIONS AND VIDEOS
Tiffany, J.S. (2007) Participatory learning with the HIV/AIDS Education Project, Cornell University Public Service Center 2007 Anthology on Service Learning, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
Tiffany, J. S. and Young, S. (2004). Involving Parents as Partners in Youth Development. Practice Matters Issue #2. Assets Coming Together for Youth Upstate Center of Excellence, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
Cornell University RTK Working Group (2003). Participatory Action Research in the Context of the What Every Adolescent Has a Right to Know (RTK) Initiative: Participatory Action Research Toolkit, Cornell University/UNICEF RTK Initiative, Ithaca,
NY. Also available in CD ROM format: UNICEF (2003) Right to Know: Global Portfolio.
Cornell University RTK Working Group (2002). Participatory action research in the context of the what every adolescent has a right to know (RTK) Initiative: Core Concepts and Methods, Cornell University/UNICEF RTK Initiative, Ithaca, NY. Also available in CD ROM format: UNICEF (2003). Right to Know: Global Portfolio.
Parent HIV/AIDS Education Project (1992). Talking with kids about AIDS: Facilitating key activities. Cornell University Media Services, 58 minute video. Ithaca, NY.
Tiffany, J. S., Tobias, D., Raqib, A. and Ziegler, J. (Second edition 1993, first edition 1991; Spanish edition published 1993). Talking with kids about AIDS resource manual and teaching guide. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
Maglajlic, R. A. and Tiffany, J. S. (2006) with the Bosnia-Herzegovina UNICEF RTK PAR Team. Participatory action research with youth in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Chapter in B. Checkoway and L. Guttierez (eds). Youth Participation and Community Change. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.
Krauss, B. J., Godfrey, C., Yee, D., Goldsampt, L., Tiffany, J. S., and Almeyda, L., et al, (2000). Saving our children from a silent epidemic: The PATH Program for Parents and Preadolescents. Chapter in W. Pequegnat and J. Szapocznik (Eds.) Working with families in the era of HIV/AIDS. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Tiffany, J. S. (1994). Involving parents and families in HIV education. Chapter in M. Quakenbush and Clark (eds.) The HIV Challenge. Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates.
Tiffany, J. S. (1981). The equal opportunity trap. Chapter in W. Chapkis (ed.), Loaded questions: Women in the military. Amsterdam, Netherlands and Washington, DC: Transnational Institute/Institute for Policy Studies.