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by Marcela Raffaelli,Reed W. Larson

Author: Marcela Raffaelli,Reed W. Larson
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (September 29, 1999)
Pages: 90 pages
Category: Other
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Homeless and working street youth represent a unique group to examine because they spend their time outside . This is the 85th issue of the quarterly journal New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development.

Homeless and working street youth represent a unique group to examine because they spend their time outside the settings of home, school, and adult-supervised recreational activities that are typically associated with healthy normative development.

Authors include many of the best-known scholars in child and adolescent development . age-inappropriate sexual behaviors). The trauma following such abuse can further affect neurodevelopment and physiology, aggravating mental or physical problems in adulthood.

This document provides a working definition of youth development based on. .or very high numbers of youth relative to adults.

This document provides a working definition of youth development based on existing theories and discussions, and crafts a strong case for strengthening the role of the non-school voluntary sector in promoting youth development. Part I of this three-part report focuses on this working definition of youth development, examining the need for such a definition, the need within the non-school. Communities and Adolescents: An Exploration of Reciprocal Supports" is appended. A 10-page bibliography is included.

This is the 94th issue of the Jossey-Bass series New Directions forChild and Adolescent Development

This is the 94th issue of the Jossey-Bass series New Directions forChild and Adolescent Development. Household chores, acommon example of adolescent work contribution, are discussedincluding an in-depth look at the effect of maternal employment onthe gender distribution of these chores. The influence of theeducational system on adolescent roles in the family is closelyexamined, focusing on the spread of universal secondary schoolingin the early to mid-twentieth century and its impact on family roles as well as how academic motivation in modernAmerican society impacts immigrant and minority groups.

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In this issue, the new leadership of this series offers different aspects of relevant work throughout multiple disciplines . This is the 147th volume in this Jossey-Bass series New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development.

In this issue, the new leadership of this series offers different aspects of relevant work throughout multiple disciplines and continents, capturing both the variability and the richness of the themes considered and topics investigated in the field of childhood and adolescence. Its mission is to provide scientific and scholarly presentations on cutting edge issues and concepts in this subject area.

Marcela Raffaelli, Reed W. Lar. Homeless and working youth around the world. There's no description for this book yet. Are you sure you want to remove Homeless and working youth around the world from your list? Homeless and working youth around the world. exploring developmental issues. Published 1999 by Jossey-Bass in San Francisco.

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The contributions in this volume of New Directions for Child Development exemplify the influence of Kohlbreg's revolutionary ideas on eleven scholars in four of those areas: gender identification, universality in moral judgement, moral reaoning and conduct, and moral education. For more information on the series, please see the Journals and Periodicals page. If it is added to AbeBooks by one of our member booksellers, we will notify you! Create a Want.

Homeless and working street youth represent a unique group to examine because they spend their time outside the settings of home, school, and adult-supervised recreational activities that are typically associated with healthy normative development. Yet they have largely been excluded from developmental research. This issue represents an initial step toward integrating knowledge of street youth into the domain of developmental research. To convey the diversity of the world's street youth, the volume takes a geographical approach, presenting studies from four different regions of the world: India, South America, Africa, and North America. The chapters explore issues of stress and resilience, cognitive development, identity formation, gender differences, and the development of self-efficacy under harsh conditions. Authors also offer practical guidelines for doing research with street youth, addressing the methodological challenges and ethical issues. The final chapter provides a model for understanding homeless and working street youth that synthesizes concerns across disciplines, including medicine and public health, and brings a human rights perspective to the study of impoverished youth.This is the 85th issue of the quarterly journal New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development.