Overview the at-risk youth study (arys) is a multi-year study of street- involved youth being conducted by researchers at the bc centre on substance use the study was established in 2005 to explore the individual, social, economic, and environmental factors that influence the health and well-being of street-involved. Copyright law permission is required from rand to reproduce, or reuse in another form, any of our research papers to explore what is known about the costs, impacts, and cost-benefit of each alternative this is one of interventions targeting at-risk youth tend to be more research-based (since they are devel- oped by. For more information, please contact [email protected] recommended citation johnson, kellie carter, mentoring at-risk youth: a case study of an intervention for academic achievement with middle school aged students ( 2007) electronic theses and dissertations paper 2070 2070. Delivering adolescent pregnancy prevention services to high-risk youth in alternative school settings opre brief #2018-29 publisher: washington, dc: office of planning, research and evaluation, administration for children and families, us department of health and human services mar 31, 2018 authors.
Despite its limitations, recent research describes homeless youth as a large and adolescents appear to be at greater risk for literal homelessness than adults in this paper, we will generally use the term homeless youth to refer to those between the ages of 12 and 17 however, many studies of homeless youth have. Many studies have highlighted the capacity of community arts programs to re- engage those young people considered at-risk of disconnection from future education and/or employment evolution is an artist-guided visual arts program established for young people challenged by mental health and social issues that aims to. This paper fo- cuses on the role of leisure as a meaningful way of youth engagement spe- cifically, the paper explores how youth-led leisure opportunities can help young people caught in the dynamics increasingly, research has shown that leisure can provide a meaningful space for this youth- led engagement process.
Through content analysis, this thesis analyzes relevant wilderness therapy programs and residential treatment centers specifically designed for at-risk youth more specifically, this study is an applied analysis the results provide primary care-givers with a guide for assessing programs before their adolescent continues. This paper shows that the students used inquiry-based learning and multiple modes of expression, facilitated by the multimodal, multimedia nature of digital media this ethnographic case study research involved seven students from a canadian alternative school that provides educational programming for students from. Objectivesto assess and compare parent and adolescent views on the importance of risk behavior research and the need for parental consent and to identify predic. Experience on factors of resilience in at-risk youth the open journal of occupational therapy, 1(1) retrieved from vol1/iss1/3/ clinical bottom line: clinical implications of the results of this study suggest that a summer camp experience that incorporates principles of positive youth.
Bacchi, carol lee (2010) 'foucault, policy and rule: challenging the problem- solving paradigm', paper presented at freia feminist research center in aalborg department of history, international and social studies, university of aalborg, june 2010 google scholar batten, margaret, russell, jean (1995) students at. Serving high risk youth lessons from research and programming – finaldoc 1 serving high-risk youth lessons from research and in this paper, we attempt to answer the above questions by drawing on past and present research and experience in the youth field we draw on findings generated by a. The national youth-at-risk journal (nyar journal) is an open-access, peer- reviewed online journal that publishes educational articles on how to reduce harmful risk conditions and promote the well-being of all youth, especially vulnerable youth in schools, families, and communities the journal is a publication of the.
Animal-assisted interactions: impacts for at-risk youth by emily m axen, ba msw clinical research paper presented to the faculty of the school of social work st catherine university and the university of st thomas st paul, minnesota in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of master of social. In the spring students write their final research paper and present their findings to campus when researchers discuss “at-risk” youth, they often are referring to young people who have a high chance of dropping out of or failing high school, and therefore have low chances of transitioning into adulthood as. Research paper no 3 guiding at-risk youth through learning to work lessons from across europe luxembourg: publications office of the european union, 2010. Highlights: pcera symposium on children and youth at risk x ten research papers were commissioned from experts throughout canada on various aspects of children and youth at risk these papers provided the basis of the symposium and were organized into three sessions x over eighty participants from education.
This month you and your colleagues published a paper in mindfulness called “a school-based mindfulness pilot study for ethnically diverse at-risk adolescents ” can you summarize the study and highlight the most significant findings we conducted this study in an alternative school for teens who were.
National endowment for the arts the arts and achievement in at-risk youth: findings from four longitudinal studies research report #55 james s catterall university of california los angeles with susan a dumais louisiana state university and gillian hampden-thompson university of york, uk. The term at risk is used frequently to describe children and youth and has a strong intuitive meaning the positive side of this confusion is that program providers have some leeway in how they define “at risk” for developmental assets and asset-building communities: implications for research, policy, and practice (pp. After-school programs are used to prevent adverse outcomes, decrease risks, or improve functioning with at-risk youth in several areas, including academic the unpublished studies included five dissertations, theses, or master's research papers, one governmental report, and five reports published by.