Questions related to Young People
In Uganda, youth is a critical concern and a popular topic of debate. The Uganda National Bureau for Non-Governmental Organizations has 2154 recognized non-profit organizations (NGOs). As of July 4th, 2022, approximately 215 organizations registered out of 2154 deal with youth issues. Looking at the core youth space/center of talks, the youth continue to blame the government for their failures, and I would also want to point out that the youth have forgotten that they can also play a role in altering their life. What's going on over there?
This question is very important to develop a plan and strategy to confront the problem of unemployment that is increasing among young people in society In all countries of the world ?
I am looking for suggested reading on the "neuroscience of trust" if anyone is aware of such or related studies.
I am researching how practitioners in "helping professions" for young people who offend practitioners can develop "trusting" relationships with the young people they support - ages eight to twenty-five years - to allow for meaningful and transformational interactions for both.
I hypothesize that hermeneutical injustice negates meaningful engagements and understanding the formation of trust socially and neuroscientifically, might help illuminate my investigation.
I will be grateful if you could share with me the screening tool that you use in your diabetes clinic to screen for any mental health problems among children and young people live with T1DM.
Thanking you in advance
All the best
I`m going to start researching young people with different disabilities. Does anyone have the Quality of Care and Support (QOCS) available since I would need it for the research purposes? Would it be possible to share the instrument with me.
I highly appreciate your help in this matter.
We are researchers from Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (RGNIYD), Sriperumbudur, (Institution under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Government of India) inviting you to participate in a study on Positive Youth Development.
As part of the research, we are conducting focus group discussions with youth (15-25) who are in their high school/college/university level education and among middle-aged adults (40-65) who are dealing with young people in their professional positions such as school/college teacher/youth worker/skills trainer/juvenile social worker/counselor, etc., who lives in India.
If you are coming under the above criteria and interested in sharing your views on the developmental assets/features/ characteristics that are required by youth to become healthy, well-adapted, and successful adults. You may give your consent by filling out the form for further communication. Thanking you in advance. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd9eM4h-rsExK3fErcKu6G-IYefULB7tHSTIXNSJtn87xRqmQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
I have recently published papers related to this theme in collaboration with two recent Pakistani doctoral graduates - Yaar Muhammad and Rehana Kousar. I would be interested to read RG members reflections on these papers and to hear of any good recent references which relate to teaching and learning around cultural and ethnic diversity.
Scientific capacity or scientific exploitation?
When a researcher (placed in "favorable conditions") supervises many young (gifted) researchers in the framework of a PhD or otherwise and thus obtains many publications as co-author, can we consider that this is a particular capacity to train young researchers or a scientific exploitation of young researchers (especially if all the work is done by these young people)?
Hi everyone! I am a PhD student at the University of Sussex and I am looking for parents/guardians/carers based in the UK to fill in an online survey about their child's participation on YouTube. If you have a few minutes to spare please fill in this short online questionnaire
I am also looking for young people (12-14 years old) to participate in the research.
You can find more information about the study at www.youtubeandyoungpeople.com
In recent times, many of the dengue infected cases are found against younger age groups. According to the Epidemiological Update Report of PAHO and WHO (7 February 2020), the highest incidence rates in 2019 were among children under 15 years (546.3 cases per 100,000 population) . Another report claimed that at least 300 children aged 5-9 have died in the recent Dengue outbreak in the Philippines. The virus is disproportionately affecting children and young people with a staggering 73 percent of recorded cases under the age of 19 .
1. Pan American Organization, World Health organization, Epidemiological Update Dengue, 7 February 2020
2. Save the Children, Nearly Half of all Dengue deaths in the Philipines are children under nine years old, 15 August 2019
Is it for children and young people to limit, limit the use of smartphones?
Should I fully control the use of smartphones by children and adolescents?
If children or adolescents use smartphones for learning, as a tool to support education processes, communication with schoolchildren and friends, and if these devices use new online media from time to time, this may not be positively assessed. However, if divides or young people from smartphones use many hours a day, among other things, viewing advertisements on social media portals and worthless memes and films, then it can have a destructive effect on the intellectual and psychological development of children and adolescents. In this situation, the use of smartphones by children and teenagers should be limited and controlled by parents, guardians and teachers.
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Thank you very much
If in the process of technological and technical progress new kinds of products and services are created that improve the lives of people, it can be assumed that at certain times people may seem to be happier, then people can feel happier.
But after some time, people get used to a certain level of life and look for further stimuli from the world of science, technology, technology, production of goods, provision of new services that will meet the growing human needs.
However, it seems to me that in such a situation one should consider and verify the essence of the concept of happiness.
What is the achievement of people's sense of happiness in the realities of the current technological revolution, known as Industry 4.0?
Is the definition of the concept of happiness not deformed in the realities of current reality dominated largely by technology in technologically developed countries?
Is it sure that technological progress gives people a sense of happiness?
Technical and technological progress itself provides new products, but it does not necessarily always make people feel happier and certainly not in the long term.
In my opinion, the main factors deciding about happiness are on completely different issues and concern the fundamental values of self-fulfillment in personal, family and professional life.
In this approach to the interpretation of the concept of achieving the state of happiness, self-fulfillment in various spheres of human functioning can be an important determinant of achieving happiness.
Do you agree with me on the above matter?
In the context of the above issues, the following question is valid:
Does technological progress make people feel happier?
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Much has been written about children and young people who experience and exhibit complex and difficult behaviour. There appears less written and researched about children and young people and their capacity to keep well in the face of hostile and arid domestic and community environments.
What is out there that focuses on the well and "pro-social" children and young people?
Neuroscience suggests that when people are exposed to traumatic events their worldview changes. How then do we explain what happens to children and young people that appear to remain "unaltered' after what is generally perceived as traumatic exposure? Does their remaining "unaltered" suggest differences in their neuroscientific make-up?
I am designing a new project and want to use participatory methods with children. I want the children to consider the questions and ask them in focus groups with other children. I know of a number of research projects that have carried this out successfully with young people (11+) but I am wanting to carry this project out with children between the ages of 5-11 yrs. Can anyone recommend any research where this has been attempted and discussed?
Seizures are fascinating intellectually, but they can be devastating for the person suffering from them. We have all heard stories of young people who seemingly have no genetic or other past medical history and present to the Neurological ICU in status epilepticus -- an entity known as NORSE. All our algorithms fail and we are left scrambling for effective approaches without any evidence. Often, despite our best interventions, these young healthy patients have >35% mortality rate. And those that survive rarely make it past the SNF.
We have one such patient in our Neurological ICU currently. So I wanted to ask what you guys do when the standard treatments have failed? Per the American Epilepsy Society guidelines, we initially treated her status with Ativan, Midazolam, Keppra loads, Vimpat loads, Fosphenytoin loads, Versed drips, and finally Pentobarbital coma. Currently she is on Keppra, Vimpat, Fosphenytoin, Felbamate, Epidiolex, and Fycompa. Thankfully the Pentobarbital is now off, but she continues to require continuous Versed drip.
In your experience, have you found anything effective in these situations?
A “cleavage” is a deep and lasting division between groups that comprises: an economic, religious and social dimension and collective identity of this social group. In Belarus and in Lebanon, have the new cleavages (poorer part of society, unemployed, young people, students, women’s movements, global middle classes) that are fuelling anti-government protests strong basis for mass identification and organization of interests? These new cleavages are endowed with crucial resources?
In many countries, traditional cleavages still have the social and cultural resources to bring together in collective movements the social resentment of a large part of civil society and the resources of many institutions. In countries where the basis for the rise of new cleavages are weak and fluid, there is a high risk that existing religious and political cleavages gradually prevail. But will it still be like this?
I am a Medical student working on a research concerning mental health on young people. I am looking for a scale with good properties for symptoms of depression and anxiety.
Since the questionnaire includes many other dimension, short version are particularly welcome!
Thanks in advance!
"THIS IS AN ABSOLUTELY SCIENTIFIC QUESTION"
I personally have two strategies, I give lectures aimed at Children and Young people and I make these lectures available (presentations) for other people to use in other places in world, translating into their own languages, trying to use more images than text.
Tell us what your strategies are, share with RG so that we can have more researchers and that Childrens and Youth people can see that it is a "nice" option to be a researcher and contribute to the development of humanity!
Source links of my documents, there are 7 (seven) documents (Childrens and Young People) within section called Presentations. Hope they can be helpful.
I was planning to do an IPA on how a specific intervention (Befriending) is helping young adults. Due to lack of participants I decided to change my research to systematic review. Now my question is that I have a feeling that there won't be many researches on befriending on young adults. Can I do some kind of research where in I find how befriending is helping people across all age spans and then do a different review on what young people expects from the interventions and compare the two? If it seems right how will I go on about it?
Also if anyone has better idea on how I should redefine my research your ideas are welcomed.
Younger people have been largely spared during the pandemic, mainly because the coronavirus has a harder time binding to receptors in their cells compared to those of adults.
Now there’s growing concern about whether the B.1.1.7 variant first detected in the United Kingdom could be causing more infections in young people. Kindly. Comment on this topic.
In some countries, work in the scientific field is paid mediocre. Young people have little interest in the complex problems of science. The popularization of science is necessary. The pages of the RG publish questions and answers to these scientific questions.
Can the publication of answers to questions in the RG be considered a popularization of science?
In the context of COVID-19, in many universities, one of the strategies used not to lose the academic year is the realization of the courses by webinars. Some believe that the courses by webinars were long overdue in Africa to manage the large numbers of students in faculties.
So the question that arises is whether we should give priority to courses by webinars or not after this period of COVID-19. Can distance courses help to train young people well?
Isn't it better to always give priority to face-to-face lectures, to use open educational resources to facilitate learning and to use webinairs if necessary?
What do you think ?
The SNS and PNS indices in Kubios are calculated in relation to adult HRV standards. However, are they usable for young people (13-15 years old)? After transformations or as they are?
Thanks in advance
I am looking for updated research on relations between video game play/esports and young people with autism spectrum disorder. I am both interested in qualitative and quantitative studies. Most of the research seems to be focused on learning games, but I am more interested in the games that young people with ASD choose to play according to their own interests. Hope that anyone can help out!
Yes, this is a very important issue. The issue of communication with the use of new online media is very important in the context of an efficiently run education process.
We are currently communicating widely across various online media, including via email. Some of the email mailboxes we use have anti-spam restrictions, which makes communication difficult. The development of communication through various online media, also through social media portals is an important issue in education. New media should be effectively used in the education process, but not always their technical specification is fully suitable for the needs of communication development in the context of the ongoing education process. However, as far as possible, new online media should be used in education, because young people use them widely and can be an excellent additional tool in the field of teaching instruments, eg for the purpose of efficiently searching for the necessary, current information.
In view of the above, I would like to ask you: Should new internet media be used in educational processes?
Please, answer, comments. I invite you to the discussion.
We have to meet with different young people. These are new colleagues and students, etc. For simplicity, let's call them "children." The question does not concern professional qualities. Each person should have a certain supply of “good manners" allowing them to communicate with elders. In some societies, this happens almost automatically, since young people are brought up according to certain standards, but sometimes there are individuals who demonstrate a familiar attitude toward elders. Moreover, young people do not always find the right communication model, or accept the existing one in the group. What do you do if they communicate with you "incorrectly", or vice versa too "ceremoniously"?
I recall the expression of the Russian poet Khodasevich, who wrote about his youth: "I over rude for ones, and over bowed to anothers ..."
We are starting the project CultSense - Sensitizing Young Travellers for Local Cultures (www.cultsense.com). The project seeks to find a new approach to increase understanding and valorization of local cultures by the people that visit these places. We are in first instance thinking of young people.
- What is for you the most important challenge in making this bridge of understanding between (young) tourists and the local cultures they visit?
- Any ideas of how to communicate ways to tackle this challenge?
Thank you for sharing your views and the challenges of the places you live and visit!
You can also follow our project here - http://www.researchgate.net/project/CultSense-Sensitizing-Young-Travellers-for-Local-Cultures
It's been a long time since I learned to do quantitative research and analyse statistics. I've now found myself doing a study where I have no idea how to process the data once it's collected.
I'm trying to ascertain whether there's a causal link between tolerance to ambiguity in risk and young people's involvement in crime.
I've sent out a questionnaire which has some questions about general background and involvement in crime, a copy of the Adolescent Risk Taking questionnaire and an behavioural-economic lottery task to ascertain tolerance to risk-ambiguity.
I've read up on loads of different ways to analyse data and all of them sound equally possible and problematic.
Together with another researcher, I have developed a new type of self esteem measure, to use in Ghana and potentially other countries. We wanted to create a measure that is less abstract, and more related to the daily lives of the respondents. Instead of using a typical scale, with statements and a Likert-scale as answer options, we use scenario based questions. We describe certain situations that are reflective of the lived realities of young people, and then let them select how they would most likely respond to that situation. Answer options describe different responses, which reflect different levels of self-esteem.
We now would like to determine the convergent validity of this measure, by letting respondents fill out our self-esteem measure, as well as 2 or 3 established self-esteem measures and determine how they are related to each other. However, I have never conducted such a study before, so I am looking for some guidance. Maybe some tips on how to go about it, literature that gives further guidance or anything else that could be of use.
Thank you in advance!!
Although education is more than simply getting the job, but major concerns of young students in the universities is how to land safely on the career surface. Unfortunately it is not their skill or degree which will decide the employment after university, rather market forces of demand and supply in the labor market which decide who will get the job.
For a young person, it is not an efficient decision to prepare for the specific job or career. It may be considered necessary step as a contingency plan, but prime goal is to be on the demand side of the labor market. Being on the demand side, means that person is joining the forces in the market who give jobs to others.
The entrepreneurial mindset is the key feature that can open the doors to join demand side of the labor market.
Discussion point is that what stops young people to develop the entrepreneurial mindset? Input is required 'for' or 'against' the argument built above.
I have been asked to write an editorial about young adults facing the pandemic and measures to be taken to mitigate social risks (in France). I am looking for some international examples.
Do you know if in your country some age specific measures have been enforced, or if young people have been included in some support policies?
Thank you very much and keep safe!
Corona spread in India is the highest at present and numbers are daily increasing. We find that about 30 percent people do not use masks and many are keeping mask below the mouth to escape from police so that they can pull it to cover mouth and nose when a traffic signal is nearby.
The corona has affected the economy of India worst than any other country in the world and GDP is highest in negative direction. it is affecting the poor very badly. Many shops and small entrepreneurs are forced to close their business.
With all the above conditions, Indian citizens in large number are not taking the condition seriously. This phenomenon is quite strange and worth for research to understand the intention and behavior of these people. is there any effect of culture on irresponsible behavior? Whether, the information given by WHO that death rate of young people due to COVID-19 is negligible, is the reason for negligence? Whether people want to show that they are more immunized? What is the role of social stigma of considering corona patients as persons who committed sins so they got corona, and role social stigma of boycott of family having corona patient forcing the people to hide the illness?
What kind of scientific research dominate in the field of Good governance in business?
Please, provide your suggestions for a question, problem or research thesis in the issues: Good governance in business.
I invite you to the discussion
Thank you very much
The COVID-19 Pandemic is repeating history as in 1918 and other catastrophes. Maybe this will be a wake-up call to governments to listen to their health departments, to prepare for the future. Obviously, no one had prepared properly, even the largest most wealthy governments. This was all totally predictable, as I have been describing repeatedly in my comments, based upon history with previous pandemics, and notably the 1918 flu pandemic. The scenario is following the same format as has been done many times, it has been totally predictable, as I have been documenting for the past 6 months, and is predictable for the future. Human society needs to prepared better for the next time we have a pandemic, because it will happen again. Also, I think we are lucky in a way this time, as the mortality rate is only about 5%, but think about the next time, perhaps it will hit young people harder, or think about what happens if Ebola virus becomes airborne at 95% mortality. Obviously, this time no one was prepared, but the species will survive until the next hit. Everyone needs to wake up, and get better prepared. Thank you and stay safe. Gary Ordog, MD July 15, 2020.
Corona pandemic is still roaring in the US when Europe is relatively more relaxed but careful in easing lockdown.
The United States has long prided itself as the world's shining beacon. But its current status is a much darker one: the globe's leader in coronavirus cases.
More than 125,000 people have died from Covid-19 in the US, and more than 2.5 million Americans have been infected.
American life has been irrevocably altered by the worst pandemic in a century. And as the country struggles to reopen, cases of Covid-19 have surged again -- this time in young people and in states that had previously avoided the brunt of the virus.
Source: June 30, JHU & CNN
The average normal body temperature is generally accepted as 98.6°F (37°C). From various scientific studies, we now know that body temperature fluctuates as much as 0.5 F (0.2 C) throughout the day; that young people generally stay warmer than elderly people; and that women tend to maintain a higher temperature than men, depending on where they are in their menstrual cycles.
As per some of the recent studies, The ideal body temperature may no longer be 98.6 F. another factor is the accuracy of the device used; which may effected due to various things like ambient temperature, source emissivity, reflections, etc.
So then what is the meaning of temperature screening alone at most of the entry and exit points?
In recent days, among the victims of COVID-19, there are many young people; is there clinical evidence that can explain the reasons?
Can it be linked to the poor observation of the rules on social distancing, failure to adopt protective and sanitizing measures, and high promiscuity behaviors too?
I want to do some research about the psychological effects of COVID-19 on adolescents and young people.
To do this, I need a standard questionnaire.
There is an increasing use of energy drinks by young people that could be harmful for their health!
Dear fellow researchers ;
A friend of mine is currently investigating how he can bring local youths with various psycho-social issues together by music. More specifically : he's aiming to see if local houses for youth can be used to encourage them to make hip hop, rap or other music.
This to encourage them to get off the streets, stay away from drugs, bad peers etc.
I'm looking for your very valued opinions on this topics and I am definitely interested in any research concerning this topic.
Our investigation group is currently working on a research about pornography consumption in adolescents and young people. We'd like to read your comments and any information you consider interesting regarding this topic. All contributions will be welcome.
How is reality TV shaping ideas of men and women roles? There has been a huge growth in reality TV that shows staged interactions of young people
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Are people identities important non web? More important? Why do you need a virtual and a real life?
In our project on Processes of emancipation of young people under the care of the public administration, we are working on gender marking. We have produced two works (unaccompanied minors and substitute parenthood). We are currently preparing interviews for care leavers young women. We have started to test the ABAS-II tool (adaptive behavior assessment) with vulnerable population. We would like to know the trajectory review protocols that you consider more recommendable (psychometric properties, validity, etc.) or trajectory analysis scripts for in-depth interviews.
Hi, I'm planning to start my PhD in Behavioural Economics. Research areas includes young consumers and e-commerce. But it seems I'm hitting the end of the road. How could I expand the topics? and what can I do so I could start my PhD soon? Thanks
Much has been discussed about the policy that best contributes to the incorporation into the labor market of young workers. In this discussion, I liked to focus the question on three points of view, higher education, vocational or professional training or the promotion by the governments of entrepreneurship and self-employment of young people. Regarding university education, during the last half century it has been seen as a tool for social mobility. However, many countries with high rates of university graduates have high levels of youth unemployment and important percentages of graduates work below their qualifications, while inequalities in the labor market grow. I thank you in advance for your opinions.
Knowledge is very important in academic life and academic life has its own conditions. However, experience is an accumulation gained over many years and should be shared with young people. In the light of your years of experience, what do you recommend to young academics and to those who want to be an academician?
The people behind food production are becoming less. The farmers of the world are aged and many young people are not interested in farming .
Greta Thunberg began one year ealier in August 2018 to demonstrate for more actions in improving our climate. Since this kids all over the world demonstrate on Fridays for Future. Some groups of them began to act. Most of them are still demonstrating. This is great and has moved a lot up to now. But we think young people could go on acting to solve real environmental problems together with society and economy. They should rise the pressur by showing what has to be done actively.
Therefore we are asking for problems they really can work on successfully and f.e. improve CO2 emissions or reduce drinking water consumption or help to reduce the rabbish in companies or help to save food for poor persons aso....I am looking forward to reading your suggestions.
What is the best method(s) to encourage and motivate young adults to take their academic studies seriously? Many young people (age 18 to 25) don't seem to take their college courses serious. How can instructors/professors motivate them to study hard and be more serious about their college courses?
In my research I have two groups of participants: addicts and healthy young people (controls).
I seek to identify latent classes based on genotype polymorphism (categorical), epigenetic changes (continuous) and experience of childhood trauma (continuous) and parental styles (continuous). The assumption would be that different subpopulations have different disease risks that we can measure through different proportions among cases and controls.
Can I do a LCA on a single combined sample of addicts and controls to identify specific subpopulations (latent classes) and latter check for proportions of latent classes among cases and controls?
If so should I include only geno,epi,trauma,parent indicators without group membership variable? Or do I include group variable as indicator also?
In not, should I alternatively run two different LCA each on its own population?
Any other suggestions?
Does anyone know of quantitative research which has reported on the degree to which children and young people (e.g., anyone under 20yrs) with neurodevelopmental disorders (NDDs) are bullied because they have their specific NDD? There is plenty showing that these young people experience more bullying behaviours from their peers, but there seems to be much less (virtually nothing) on whether they are being picked on specifically because they have an NDD. Thanks.
The average age of agricultural enterprises is growing. For example; in the United States, the average age of farmers is 58, in Japan 67, and in Africa 60. Young people don't tend to stay in agriculture. Some motivation-enhancing studies are needed to change the viewpoints of young people in agriculture.
Some married couples used their spouses as their next of kin while some used the first child, others used the first male child. Some people also preferred to use their siblings for next of kin. Who do you think should be the next of kin as a married person or unmarried person ? What are the criteria of choosing the next of kin? I will appreciate candid answers to this question.
South African elections have ushered in a new thinking on the role of social media in influencing elections. The EFF had the highest number of young people who where on social media. ( 6 million) and they did not register to vote. these votes would have swayed the election in favour of EFF but sadly they did not vote.
What does this mean?
As part of the ‘Gender and Schooling in Kazakhstan’ study, we intend to use a survey for Grade 7-8 (12-14 years) students in Kazakhstan to investigate how they understand and enact gender in their everyday life within and outside school. We will develop the survey following qualitative case studies of a small number of schools and analysis of Kazakhstani textbooks for contextual relevance. We would appreciate if you could direct us to a child/student friendly survey that has been tested and validated before.
Tour guiding is an old job facing new challenges in modern world. While tour guiding education is offered in many countries the number of tour guides are on the rise. But, on the demand side participation to guided tours are not increasing simultaneously. Can we see more young people joining guided tours in the coming years? Under what conditions or circumstances can young people participate guided tours? Or, is it an ouated mode of traveling in the world of Airbnb, coachsurfing and other IT based tourism products?
The pedagogical uses of digital technology are increasingly being integrated into school and university establishment projects. They make it possible to offer each student learning methods adapted to his or her needs, thus promoting academic success and developing autonomy.
Society is changing. The young people have changed. The role of the teacher and those who accompany them is also changing. But are we equipped to do it ?
"The missing piece: If social workers were placed in UK schools, would the crisis in young people's mental health be alleviated?"
Young people aged 11-18 in the secondary school age range who may be at risk of or are developing mental health needs (school setting only due to the fact they are presumably in the school environment the most)
To recognise the mental health needs of young people and to promote appropriate support in the environment where they are in the most-School.
What is the current support systems in place within the UK for this identified group and what are the limitations?
What could the potential outcomes be for young people if social workers were placed in Uk school settings?
Augmented Reality in education
Nowadays 80% of young people have smartphones. Most of them are active smartphone users that use these gadgets to access social platforms, play games and to be in connection with friends and relatives. Much lesser part of young adults uses phones for studying purposes, to do the homework, look for information about a subject, do the experiment etc.
The potential of combining smartphones and Augmented Reality for education is really huge:
AR animated content,
explain abstract and difficult concepts,
AR into lessons teachers are able to involve students into the process with 3-dimensional models.
Nowadays we may find some excellent examples of augmented reality in education worldwide. Ability to connect reality and digital content has been steadily improving, opening more options for teachers and students.
The community-based participatory research project is nearing the data analysis stage and i was wandering if people would have suggestions for how to manage this process.
1. There are four diverse groups of peer researchers, young people, sex workers, transgender and village;
2. Two interviews were conducted per research participant;
3. These interviews have been transcribed and translated, and we have discussed the contents of each transcript informally throughout the data collection process;
4. We have two formal days to undertake a data analysis workshop.
- What background preparation would you ask the peer researchers to do before the formal data analysis workshop?
- Would you run the data analysis workshops separately for each of the 4 community groups and why?
- Do you have any other suggestions for this data analysis phase?
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I live in Guadalajara, Mexico, where more than 55% of the professionals do not work in what they studied, nor studied what was really their dream.
We really have little support for this, which translates into low self-esteem and hopelessness, as well as low labor productivity.
What is being done in your countries to attend this, if happen?
In Latin America the intellectual terrorism has advanced due to the conditions in which the developing peoples live, painting as a paradise to communism is a very powerful weapon since they start with the young people who still do not reach university degrees but in the baccalaureate (high school ), the left governments create schools for young low-income or high-resource, where they carry materials that teach the communist ideology, making it seem like the best option, when you get to the university, young people believe and are very aggressive to those who do not share your opinions. Greetings.
Is there any validated measurements of game experience (can be focused on flow, presence, engagement, etc..) for children or young people?
Even if there are no validated measures, are there any questionnaire?
I'm really interested in any theoretical or empricial work that is being undertaken to look at the power of relationships. In particular professional relationships developed between youth professionals and young people involved in the youth justice system. In this context I am interested in discussions about how such committed relationships can moderate, internalise or otherwise engage, negotiate and overcome 'externalities' - adapting the discourse from institutional economics to potentially informing youth justice interventions.
I am looking for a validated scale for detecting burnout among young people and students in particular.
I know the Maslach Burnout Inventory version for students, and the Copenhagen Burnout Inventory
Do you know others to reccomend?
Thanks in advance,