Questions related to Youth
In your opinion, what new provisions and declarations made at the UN Climate Summit COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, will prove fundamentally helpful for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, the development of international cooperation to solve global problems, in protecting the climate, biosphere and biodiversity of the planet?
Since Sunday 6.11.2022 in the Egyptian city of Sharm el-Sheikh for about 2 weeks, the United Nations Conference on Mainly Emerging Climate Change, i.e. the UN Climate Summit COP27, is underway, with lectures, debates and discussions on the question of what needs to be done to increase the scale of implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, the development of international cooperation to solve global problems, to slow down the progressive process of global warming, to counteract the negative effects of this process, necessary to take decisions to protect the climate, biosphere and biodiversity of the planet. What needs to be done is obvious, as even the children of the Youth Climate Strike, which has finally been recognized by the UN and admitted to UN Climate Summits since COP27, know this. What needs to be done in terms of urgently and swiftly carrying out a green transformation of the energy sector to avoid or reduce the scale of the global climate catastrophe that may already occur at the end of this 21st century is already well known. Today we have a significantly different reality in terms of environmental and climate awareness in many different circles not only in the scientific community, but also in the media, parts of business, politics, etc. In the reality of the previous energy crisis, i.e. in the 1970s, emerging signals from the world of science informing and warning about the growing risks and threats to the future of the climate, the biosphere, biodiversity, future generations of people resulting from the progressive process of global warming were ignored and swept under the rug in the world of business and politics. As a result, at that time there was also a high scale of ignorance in the media world about the growing dangers of the greenhouse effect generated by increasing greenhouse gas emissions of civilization origin, mainly from the development of dirty combustion energy and ignoring the technological and financial possibilities of developing renewable and emission-free energy sources. Today, the level of pro-climate and pro-environmental awareness is much higher. On the other hand, half a century of time has already been lost, because so much earlier the processes of carrying out a pro-environmental and pro-climate transformation of the classic growth, brown, linear economy of excess to a sustainable, green, zero-carbon zero-growth and closed-loop economy could have been started Now we also know that the key issue is time, in fact, it is already very limited time to carry out a full green transformation of energy but also other pro-climate measures such as. stopping the process of forest deforestation, carrying out the transformation of the agricultural sector towards the development of sustainable organic farming, the development of hydrogen-fueled electromobility, etc. The lost time of the mid-century will not be made up, but there is an opportunity to save a significant part of the planet's biosphere and biodiversity, to slow down the progressive process of global warming, to reduce the scale, also for the next generations of people, of the negative effects of the global climate catastrophe, which, unfortunately, is already imminent, since already in the current 21st century may occur. Now we also know that much depends on the development of international cooperation, including economic and financial assistance from developed countries provided to the economically poorest countries to support the green economic transformation processes taking place in these countries and to mitigate the negative effects of climate change. At the previous UN Climate Summit COP26, a new and particularly important provision and declaration of many countries was the issue of stopping the deforestation of areas of natural forest ecosystems by the end of the current decade, i.e. by 2030. But we now know that waiting until 2030 to fulfill this kind of declaration is not a wise solution either, because in order for the strategic goal of green transformation to be achieved, the goal set during the 2015 Paris Agreement, i.e. limiting the increase in the average level of the atmosphere's temp. by max. 1.5 degrees C counting from the beginning of the first industrial revolution until the end of the 21st century, the mentioned green transformation of the economy globally would have to be achieved not by the end of 2050 but within the current decade. This means urgent and drastic paradigm shifts, new decisions made at the policy level, new green strategies and missions established by many companies, businesses, corporations, including especially those operating in the energy sector. An exceptionally large representation of companies, enterprises, corporations operating in the dirty combustion energy sector at the UN Climate Summit COP27 may prove to be a positive aspect. It will prove to be a positive aspect of this issue if indeed the era of ignorance is replaced by an era of real action to bring about the smooth implementation of a green, i.e. pro-climate, pro-environmental and thus pro-social transformation of the energy sector towards future generations of people. Green energy technologies are already available. For example, clean energy technologies generated from hydrogen power. A transitional solution may be the development of other renewable energy sources. The technology of clean energy generated from nuclear fusion needs to be refined and will also soon be achievable. Banks and other financial institutions are eager to finance the green transformation of the economy. The problem of global warming and its negative effects is a global problem. Therefore, it is necessary to increase international cooperation to increase the scale of support, synergy, simultaneity of the processes of pro-climate and pro-environmental transformation of the economy implemented in all countries. It is necessary to develop green financing of afforestation programs for civilizationally degraded areas and wastelands, since forests are an important factor in absorbing CO2 from the atmosphere. Countries characterized by a low level of economic development without external assistance alone are unable to efficiently and quickly make a green transformation of the economy, including, among other things. make the necessary changes in agriculture by changing the dominant crop production models so that this is done according to the model of sustainable organic agriculture production of crops as a source of food primarily for people, which is particularly important in the reality of increasingly frequent periods of drought and other negative effects of the progressive process of global warming, declining productivity in terms of the level of production of crops per hectare, the growing problem of hunger in the poorest countries and often already most burdened by the negative effects of climate change. We know what needs to be done, but we don't really know how to raise the issue of making the green transition a priority of global environmental and climate policy, and how to establish such a priority at the global level. The UN COP Climate Summits are trying to make this happen, but for the time being this is basically done only on the basis of non-committal declarations made by individual countries and, unfortunately, often not all countries, that something will be done about the green transformation of the economy over the next few years or a few decades. And unfortunately, time is short.
In view of the above, I address the following question to the esteemed community of researchers and scientists:
What, in your opinion, do you think the new provisions and declarations made at the UN Climate Summit COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, will prove fundamentally helpful for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, the development of international cooperation to solve global problems, in the protection of the climate, biosphere and biodiversity of the planet?
What is your opinion on this topic?
I invite everyone to join the discussion,
Thank you very much,
We are doing a multi-year project to test the youth national basketball teams and talented players from basketball clubs. We are planning to test those players twice per year, creating the database, giving references for the selection of players, and designing an appropriate training plan. Could you please give your suggestions or ideas for what are the necessary/best tests to evaluate the anthropometric, physical fitness, skills, tactics, and recognition of basketball players?
Africa has the youngest population and highest youth unemployment rates in the world. Every year, 11 million young people join the African labour market but the continent can only generate 3.7 million jobs.The agriculture sector has the potential to absorb the unemployed youth but generally farming is not attractive to the teeming youth especially the university graduates in terms of profitability compared to white-collar jobs.
How can we make agriculture attractive to increase youth participation?
Where should the focus be?
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 going to examine the psychometrics of a youth psychopathic measure in a sample of youth sexual offenders. Meanwhile, I am also interested in examining how youth psychopathic traits predict their sexual offense behavior (or risk of future sexual offenses). Due to several limitations, I can only use self-report measures. Does anyone know a self-report measure to assess youth sexual offenses? or the risks of future sexual offenses?
Is there a place for qualitative single case reports in the field of criminology? I have in depth information about a particular youth whose delinquent behavior and the events and factors that precipitated it are highly illustrative of theoretical arguments from the fields of public health, psychology, and criminology. I feel like single case reports could be useful, but don't know the platform or medium through which it would be the most appropriate to present and tie to the broader theoretical and practical literature.
I am seeking recommendations of strategies or examples of media education interventions to support youth media literacy in area of critical comprehension of online content and skills to collaboratively investigate and address civic/public issues.
I am doing a systematic review of research regarding a (relatively newly developed) psychological intervention for youth, but all of the current studies are at a pilot/feasibility stage. They do all report pre and post effects (the different studies vary wildly in their statistical methods, measurements, study design some case design studies, some open trial etc).
I am wondering if anyone has any experience or know about other systematic reviews of such emerging clinical intervention research, I am not sure how to present the studies in a clear and concise manner (as I said meta-analysis is not possible because of sample sizes and other issues).
I am particularly wondering how to present effect sizes, I feel it would be too chaotic to go through each study and explain each one (there are 9 studies). I would really like to have some way to easily present them, perhaps in a table or graphically, but the heterogeneity of the populations (in terms of the diagnosis) might make this problematic.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
Could you please help me develop a research question?
I am interested in the vulnerability of youth to terrorist recruitment in Sub Saharan Africa and how effective is youth de-radicalization. I am also considering exploring the role of transnational movements (notably ISIS) in fostering radicalization in the region. I would like to do a PhD thesis on the topic but I find it hard to develop a research question.
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
There seems to be an increasing number of MSc or PhD studies by young students with little tunnelling or TBM experience. They compare numerous established prognosis methods, and regrettably make unintended mistakes, coming up with order-of-magnitude errors on AR and PR, maybe far beyond world records or practical possibilities. Since a consistent 5 to 6m/hr PR will exceed most conveyor capacities, why is there no reaction (from somewhere along the chain of responsibility) when the students find 20 to 30m/hr (or even larger) in their estimates? Who is responsible? Student, professor (likely a co-author), or journal reviewers and editors? A point of some importance is that the young students are likely reviewing established empirical methods now also used by others, and developed when those concerned had considerable TBM experience, so knew very well if they (the originators) were in any way justified in publishing in the first place. It should be clear that originator's reputations as perhaps reliable consultants are being ignored by the students and professors who are convinced of the validity of their studies. How can we eliminate these unfortunate publications before their gross PR and AR calculation errors are widely spread? Is there no self-doubt anymore, just youthful over-confidence, and regrettably sleeping reviewers without necessary experience.?
I am seeking best practices on providing students in our charter school (ages 17-24) means by which they can be successful in completing their high school credits.
Does any of you examine correlations between the profile of interests, between the environment of raising children and youth and the type of social networking site and the thematic profile of websites, types of social media sites, their specific thematic subpages?
In my opinion, this may be interesting research. It is worth exploring correlations between the profile of interests, between the environment of bringing up children and youth and the type of social networking site and the thematic profile of websites, types of social media websites, their specific thematic subpages. In this respect, there may be strong correlations that are worth investigating scientifically. Interesting may also be correlations between the development of children's and teenagers 'interests and the websites of social media portals viewed and certain types of thematic and group websites focusing on particular Internet users' environments.
Do you agree with me on the above matter?
In the context of the above issues, I am asking you the following question:
Does any of you examine correlations between the profile of interests, between the environment of raising children and youth and the type of social networking site and the thematic profile of websites, types of social media sites, their specific thematic subpages?
I invite you to the discussion
Hello everyone. I hope all of us get well during the pandemic.
I have conducted an analysis using binary logisitc regression to investigate the intersection between gender (male, female) and official language efficiency (English, French, both English and French) with the outcome: youth's sense of belonging. However, I am unsure of two considerations that needed your comments.
First, I found a significant contribution of the intersection between gender and official language efficiency with the outcome (e.g. youth' sense of belonging). Male, speaking English as the reference group. However, the results showed no significant differences among the variable's levels. In such a case, is it fine if we still report it as a significant result?
Second, in the same situation, I found nonsignificant contributions to the entire intersection (visible minority status intersecting official language efficiency) with the outcome. However, I found a significant difference among it level. For example, compared to youth not experiencing visible minority status speaking English (the reference group), youth with visibility status speaking French are more likely to have a strong sense of belonging. In this case, is it appropriate to report it?
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I am a master's student in Japan.
My study focuses on the youth unemployment rate in Sri Lanka.
I want to analyze the impact of the employment promotion policies of the Sri Lankan government and ILO in the labor market on the youth unemployment rate in Sri Lanka.
I want to use DD & RDD analysis as an analytical method for this purpose.
Which papers should I read to conduct the above kind of analysis?
I also would like to know if there are any papers on DD & RDD analysis that I should read.
Can you tell me "what are the different clinical stages of Mental Health among young boys. " Related to anxiety or depression...If so can you plz tell me those stages.
What are the characteristics of these stages?
How as a clinical practitioner do you define these characteristics.?
we have see the kids and youth have complete;ly indulged in using phones all day long and have no physical activities/relationships/ outdoor social life, so i guess there should be an imposition of time limit.
Why do they have those strong affiliations towards their ethnic background rather than in places where they study, work, or resides?
"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.
In a mental ability test of tribal youth of 18 yrs age, the mean and standard deviation were found to be 105 and 12 respectively. If a sample of 100 were drawn from the population, What is the deviation of the sample mean from the population mean at p ≤ 0.01?
I am working on a paper on unemployment on psychological health of youth. Please in what order can input the following predictors variables using age as the control variable?
Low self esteem
Research has long been evaluated from a scientific quality lens. The technology transfer and associated aspects lens for economic impacts is also in youth. Emergence is in the field of societal impacts. Which is the best journal to publish such work done from a engineering perspective.
I need some help in locating different theories that explicitly distinguish between how a person perceives her-/himself and how others see that person. Of course, Social Identity Theory refers to something quite similar to this as the ingroup–outgroup distinction. Côté and Levine1 talk about the person's subjective experience of his/her identities versus the objective identities as defined by others who observe that person.
- Are there any other theories that distinguish between internal and external perspectives/aspects of identity?
- Any info or comments on this distinction would be most welcome.
1Identity formation, agency, and culture: a social psychological synthesis (2002): p. 134
the SRD played an imperative role in being a pro-poor policy in SA communities. however, the methods used by SASSA have been seen to have negative effects given the long congested lines there. moreover, some people have been unable to receive these funds which no one knows the explanation for. the unemployed youth have benefited a lot but how is their future impacted by this?
- What actions can the below stakeholders take to influence research and education to achieve the Great Transition?
- What actions can the below stakeholders take to influence policy changes to achieve the Great Transition?
- What actions can the below stakeholders take to influence the private sector to achieve the Great Transition?
- What actions can the below stakeholders take to influence the public to achieve the Great Transition?
In your answers, please be specific to which stakeholders you are referring to.
The list of stakeholders include:
- Agriculture Sector
- Artists, Poets, Writers, Musicians
- Health Practitioners
- Health Sector
- International Organizations
- Jurist and Lawmakers
- Spiritual leaders of all faiths
- Technology Professionals
- Universities and other Educational Institutions
- Youth representatives
I have an interest in this area and I am looking to read some of the latest research on youth and active risky play.
This question is related to the Global citizenship education (GCE):
How are researchers and educators conceptually redefining GCE in the learning environment of national higher education institutions (HEIs), educating youth on globalization and global challenges, and harmonizing the concepts and perceptions of national and global citizenship?
I work with middle school youth in an after school program in NY and I am interested in analyzing the impact of mental health challenges pre pandemic vs in the midst of the pandemic and the correlating factors. For those reading, have you realized any differences working with youth ages 8-13 compared to previous years? What are patterns and themes coming up for you in your practice? Any findings you have, please post below! Thank you in advance!
My study is on the gender difference in character strength of Indian young adults. My second objective is to find the most prevalent character strength in Indian young adults. Which statistical analysis should I use to find it?
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 ..."
Does anyone know where I can access the Youth Perceptions of Relationship Quality (YPRQ) survey tool. Also, has it been validated?
I want to compare cross-cultural differences in attention ability in youth. Please suggest suitable tools or measures for capturing the cross-cultural difference in the attention ability among the youth.
I am writing my dissertation, about adults who trained at elite status in their youth, i am constructing a questionnaire with the goal of seeing, how many sustained injury, how many sustained long-term injury, whether they followed a injury-prevention measure and at what time this was introduced and also if there was any effect on those who sustained injuries and their physical and psychological wellbeing/health.
Just wondering if anyone had done anything similar or could offer any help, many thanks
A youth football coach referred to me that a player needs to make 3000-6000 decisions during a 90-min football match, while an adult only needs to make 1000-3000 decisions per day at work. I am not sure about these numbers. Could anyone provide any references?
Many of the adolescents attending the STI clinics and youth friendly centres opt for the HIVST but they usually fail to disclose their results. Can you share your experience of our optimal disclosure has been obtained from adolescents using HIVST. Thank you
In applied sociology where the sampling is 18-21 year old unaccompanied youth; The model is ethnography guest housing; Method is mixed qualitative and quantitative; Dual purposes of minimal intervention for resilient youth, and to develop measures for more accurate counting and predicting behaviors of youth with no where to go and no one to turn to. In other words for business purposes, Is it better to primarily approach nonprofit action from a social or science perspective?
Unfortunately our youth is very desperate about developing muscles (biceps,abdominal packs) leading to ex tensor muscle pain/spasm , shoulder muscle tearing due to poor muscle conditioning and lack of knowledge of recruiting right muscles appropriately.Early weight lifting regime is hazardous to health
In my view knowledge of age appropriate exercise regime should be given at school level .
it is my team project and I am so confused. the team said we are going to use quantitative method for this part of our research project
For youth, as for everyone else, life here and now is important and urgent. It is not easy to be continuously motivated for preparing for an unknown future. Motivational energy seems to be closely linked with needs, interests, wishes, passions and dreams. The stronger powers also seen to be connected to what is close, relevant and meaningful for each individual. How can we further develop schools that to a greater degree tap into forces of possible growth?
Recently youth, age 16-19 in upper secondary schools in Norway, were asked what were their preferred medium was for taking notes and for reading. They surprised us. The majority answered that they preferred paper and pencil for notes and paper books for reading. What medium do the students at your university prefer for taking notes and reading?
Dear colleagues! I would like to clarify for myself, when you use the ICF to assess the rehabilitation potential of a child, do you use the ICF for adults or use the ICF for children and youth version? I am asking this question because I heard that the version for children and youths was canceled. How true is this information?
Education is on standstill, The youths are protesting for their rights to live (#EndSARS, #EndPoliceBrutality, #EndTheKillings, #......), Universities are closed because of poor funding by the government, many things are awfully wrong in the country. So, how long will it take for the United Nation or European Union (if possible) to intervene in the activities of any nation that is under siege?
People especially the youth is using the social media platforms for various purposes and they have got addiction. They login frequently and can't stay away from their gadgets. Does this type of behaviour can have mental issues among them?
The aim is to get acquainted with the field and conduct a literature review. While South East Asia (and particularly India) are of most relevance but I want to learn the main theories in the field of youth sociology. I've been coming across a lot of work from geography but need guidance re work from sociology discipline at the moment. Appreciate your help!
Happiness is to feel happy and get known all around you without losing health,money or family ,its ,when approching the age of 70 and above ,here is the ghost of sickness ,despair and lose of energy to see ,hear and make active life and sex,So many points can help to keep young,
here are some suggestions:
- Move your body every day (but don't push it too hard) ...
- Surround yourself with youthful people. ...
- Always use natural skincare products. ...
- Exercise your mind constantly. ...
- Stay active in your community. ...
- Cleanse and moisturize your skin every night.
- so my question is how to do to be as young as possible at 80 and above?
From reading recent papers in the field of child maltreatment (Jackson et al., 2019; Gabrielli & Jackson, 2019; Brumley et al., 2019; Rivera et al., 2018) I have the sense that researchers are pushing to complexify the way we measure maltreatment with newly available techniques. Since the price of computational power is becoming cheaper, advanced methods like CFAs or SEMS and LCAs are more accessible to researchers without an advanced background in statistics. While increasing the statistical rigor to best operationalize maltreatment may be necessary, how can that translate into clinical settings? I ask because my experience in the clinical setting is limited and I'd like to know what methods clinicians use most frequently. Do they typically sum the number of adverse childhood experiences? Are they able to use information like creating classes of individuals (e.g., a child experienced only physical abuse which provides valuable information that distinguishes that child from someone who experienced physical and sexual abuse)?
I hope such a conversation will be interesting to researchers and clinicians alike.
Brumley, L. D., Brumley, B. P., & Jaffee, S. R. (2019). Comparing cumulative index and factor analytic approaches to measuring maltreatment in the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health. Child Abuse & Neglect, 87, 65–76. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2018.08.014
Gabrielli, J., & Jackson, Y. (2019). Innovative methodological and statistical approaches to the study of child maltreatment: Introduction. Child Abuse & Neglect, 87, 1–4. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2018.12.001
Jackson, Y., McGuire, A., Tunno, A. M., & Makanui, P. K. (2019). A reasonably large review of operationalization in child maltreatment research: Assessment approaches and sources of information in youth samples. Child Abuse & Neglect, 87, 5–17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2018.09.016
Rivera, P. M., Fincham, F. D., & Bray, B. C. (2018). Latent Classes of Maltreatment: A Systematic Review and Critique. Child Maltreatment, 23(1), 3–24. https://doi.org/10.1177/1077559517728125
I am looking for information to help youth with trauma after school shootings. Primarily, I am seeking information on how to help youth at different schools who were not directly involved but, nevertheless, experienced trauma.
The monstrous problem of drug substance abuse prevalent among youths is a major concern. My submission is 'how our universities can help in curbing this common cause'
Your views are solicited.
I am conducting a qualitative research on smoking among youths in rural Appalachia. How do I incorporate the theory of planned behavior in developing open ended questions?
I want to examine the relationship of various physical qualities (jump height, change of direction, linear sprint, etc.) on agility performance. Because I am interested in the combined effect of these qualities, I am led to believe that multiple regression is the correct approach to take.
I am also interested in evaluating how the relationships of these physical qualities change across age/maturity (my sample is youth soccer players aged 10-17yrs). For example, linear speed may contribute most at younger ages, but become less important as the athletes get older/more mature.
Would this be entering age/maturity as a covariate, or is there another way to examine this question?
Thanks in advance for any advice/guidance here!
- If you have experience of combining the above-mentioned two approaches, how did it go? Did their purposes contradict each other?
- Did you introduce the research participants to certain features of NVivo?
- Given PAR's focus on participant involvement in knowledge making, how did the coding process (thematic analysis) transpire in NVivo?
- NVivo can assist in some impressive visual ways of managing and presenting the findings, were these research features downplayed in order to engage participants as co-researchers?
My thematic analysis and research, more broadly, have benefitted from using NVivo (qualitative data analysis software). But, I also find it increasingly necessary to use an approach to research that emphasises participation of communities—in particularly youth, in the case of my area of research—through PAR.The use of NVivo, however, can be extremely technical and a painstaking affair, as well as sometimes a solitary one. To me, this seems to be at odds with the collaborative nature of involving community stakeholders and research participants in the research process.Since I have never tried to combine (youth-led) PAR with managing qualitative data using NVivo (or similar software), I thought I should seek answers to the four aforementioned questions.
Any help would be greatly appreciated and please add further questions if this topic piques your interest, as this list is far from exhaustive.
Dear Friends and Colleagues
We the International Inspiration Economy Project is carrying global research on the perceptions of youth and how they foresight the future now during the crisis of COVID-19?
(this would be followed by another research hopefully in about 6 months from the end of the COVID-19 crisis)
We appreciate your cooperation is filling and sharing the following questionnaire to all the targeted youth within your circle. Your support is highly appreciated. The results of this research would be shared globally within the month of April 2020.
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.
I have recently done a research on spectrophotometric analysis of iron in selected vegetarian food items and done poster presentation International Youth Conference on Science, Technology and Innovation organised by NAST (Nepal Academy of Science and Technology), Ministry of Education and National Youth Council of Nepal on 21st October 2019. Now, I want my paper to get published. So, kindly help me out this.
Ankit BK, Bsc Chemistry
Prithivi Narayan Campus (TU, Nepal)
What methodology would be appropriate to conduct a research on the impact created by Sathi Sanga Man ka Kura on the field of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) and/or Social and Behavioral Change (SBC) among youths of Nepal?
For a period of 24 months, i have been part of a team that have conducted a citizen science environmental project in our community. From this project we have learned valuable lessons that can help programming of environmental projects in a manner that is not only inclusive but also exciting for youth and young scientists in similar communities across Sub-Saharan Africa. While with my colleagues, we are planning to document and share our observations, we would like to get a picture of publishing options that might be available to us. If you have any information that can help us to address our concerns, please let us know.
Dear Sir / Madam, I would ask you to fill a questionnaire, which is completely anonymous and will not take much time. The questionnaire was prepared with the aim of gathering answers about youth travel motivation for
staying in the cities of the Republic of Serbia. Your answers will only be used for scientific purposes. Thank you in advance for your time.
Link of questionnaire
University of Kragujevac
Faculty of Hotel Management and Tourism in Vrnjačka Banja,
Talent is the salient feature of an individual which makes him to be the outstanding person of his field. We find so many youngsters who are having various talents. But all these youngsters are not able to prove their talents or achieve their goals. The only reason for this is lack of encouragement. Encouragement is the essential thing which enables a man to prove what he is. If proper encouragement is given in the right direction the talented youth will prove its mettle and brings laurels to the country. So it is the first and foremost duty of everybody to encourage the talented persons.
Looking into the recent developments in India specifically the way youths are expressing their demands on different issues seems dominance of political socialization over other agencies of socialization.
Your thoughts and views..
There are four primary issues concerning the employment of graduates in Malaysia. The issue of rising unemployment among graduates; a mismatch between the abilities of graduates and the necessities of employment; the suitable of graduate job and the shrinkage of job in public and private sector. Therefore, researchers looks at the youth entrepreneurship development in Malaysia which to examines and identifies the entrepreneurial characteristics and skills for transformation and improvement in the delivery of entrepreneurship
I would like to write an academic essay on Depression among youth using Participatory Action Research and its applicability in our country but I dont have the idea how to make my ideas flow. Im starting to build an outline but it seems lacking and disastrous. Do u have any idea what are the essential information and data to include so that my paper will be clear and convincing? You can also include suggests readings that I could review. I highly appreciate any form of help.