Healthy Communities for Positive Youth Development explains the Developmental Assets framework in depth and demonstrates how eight local initiatives across the country have adapted and implemented it to fit the unique cultures
and resources of their neighborhoods and the needs and strengths of their young people. Stakeholders collaborating in the process include parents, educators, politicians, service providers, law enforcement, volunteers, and?as
active participants instead of merely recipients of services?youth themselves. In this visionary book, the authors provide readers with a flexible, living blueprint for promoting the well-being of children and teenagers.
Areas of coverage include: Core themes of the eight HC HY initiatives. The use of an asset-based common language among participants. Building common ground among the various sectors involved in the initiatives. The varied
roles of young people within the initiatives. Research design and methodology; data collection and interpretation. Funding issues and challenges. The mission outlined in Building Healthy Communities for Positive Youth
Development fits the interests of a wide range of professionals, including developmental psychologists; child, youth, and family service professionals; clinical child and school psychologists; and allied education and mental
health practitioners working with children and adolescents.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Marca||SPRINGER VERLAG POD|
|Ano da edição||2010|
|Número de Páginas||204|
|Autor||Michael J. Nakkula; Karen C. Foster; Marc Mannes|