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‘It’s where we send the naughty kids’. A comparative analysis of youth worker and teacher perceptions of each other
MA thesis. The aim of the study was to undertake a small scale comparative analysis of youth worker and teacher perceptions of each other, in five secondary school settings in South Wales. The objectives of the research were to gain an insight into, and better understand the views and lived experiences of both teachers and youth workers practicing in state run secondary school provisions, in order to improve project effectiveness and contextualise youth worker contributions within formal education settings.
Addressing problems facing young women today – 15plus group 1988
Report on project to attract older teenage girls and address their concerns. Workshops on Health & Beauty, Family Planning, Rape and Self Defence, and Drugs and Alcohol Abuse were held.
Adolescents and Society – The Arthur Mellows Lecture 1962
Adolescents and Society By James Hemming Phd The Arthur Mellows Lecture 1962. Part of a pack of significant documents relating to the origins and development of youth work. Of particular value to policy makers, trainers and students.
Agenda for a Generation – Building Effective Youth Work
This paper, prepared by a UK-wide alliance of representative youth work bodies, sets out the basis for a fully developed and properly resourced youth policy which the country needs now.
AGENDA: a young people’s guide to making relationships matter
Albemarle Report synopsis
Summary of advances brought about by the Albemarle report of 1960.
An Exploration of Youth Work’s Impact on the Subjective Well-being of Young People
To explore these themes a model has been developed which utilises the interrelationship of ecological systems (Watling Neal and Neal, 2013) and Youth Work. This analysis recognises that social change is, for some young people, making a satisfactory transition to adulthood increasingly difficult and that Youth Work has a role which can ease this transition through enhancing SWB. Overall, it is concluded that Youth Work, based on a distinct set of characteristics, provides participants with opportunities to enhance their subjective well-being.
Analysis and Evaluation of a Development and Learning Project
Arson Awareness Project
Short report of a project aimed to provide a significant range of opportunities to young people in the Butetown area of Cardiff by offering new opportunities and challenges, promoting a safe and fear-free environment with a particular emphasis on Arson Crime and improving the quality of life in the community.
The scheme aimed to improve a young person's CV through experiential learning and accredited opportunities helping them make positive changes and influence their patterns of behaviour.
Audit of Local Authority Youth Service 2000-2001
Summary of findings from 10 local authority Youth Services for 2000-2001, covering:
1. Details of Youth Service – location within LA / basic details
2. Youth population / spending per head / expenditure
3. Type of youth provision
4. Funding sources
5. Staffing levels
6. Staff development and training