Questions related to Youth Development
Half a century ago R.J.Havighurst published a book on developmental tasks. Are they still valid? What do we have to learn as humans during certain stages of development? Do the stages differ in lasting now? Which are shorter, which are longer? What we do not have to learn any more? Is there something new we should learn?
Its like I am from Zoology. If I want to work on women empowerment or youth development or something like this, will it be harder for me to do?
I'm making a trial article about basketball on early ages, and wanna know if there are some articles that studied or make an experimental investigation abiut that. Thanks0
In one hand, the issue of youth development is a widely accepted and mentioned in most countries development programs in developing countries in general and Africa in particular. on the other hand, European countries doing every effort to protect their border and discourage immigrants. Despite all these the migration trend is increasing from time to time. So, would be appropriate to revisit the policy in this area?
I am a master students who is currently looking for a topic to research on in the field of SRHR of youth particularly women in developing countries, i need help in finding research gaps that i can do for my research paper.
Is the ACES a suitable tool to measure "emotional competence" in 10 years-old children ?
If yes, why ? If not, what would be the best available tool ?
I am focussing on support system,academic performance , behaviour ,stigma ,social skills , economic difficulty ,childhood anxiety and depression ,self-esteem ,peer group rejection ,teachers perception ,current issues ,future risks ,protective factores . ,
I’m researching treatment options for children in foster care who are struggling with drug addiction. I read about Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC), Family therapy, multisystem therapy and functional family therapy. I was wondering if anyone knows of Interventions, advice or recommendations for most effective treatments. I’m really looking to find out what you’d consider to be the most efficient method.
From observation and investigation of small samples of delinquent students it could be argued that delinquent children who have not received positive interventions to correct negative behaviours mature into criminal adults.
I am looking for information mainly focusing on outdoor learning as a tool within the youth work process