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Youth programs as builders of social capital [[electronic resource] /] / Matthew Calvert, Mary Emery, Sharon Kinsey, issue editors
Youth programs as builders of social capital [[electronic resource] /] / Matthew Calvert, Mary Emery, Sharon Kinsey, issue editors
Pubbl/distr/stampa San Francisco, : Jossey-Bass, 2013
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (151 p.)
Disciplina 369.4
Altri autori (Persone) CalvertMatthew
EmeryMary
KinseySharon
Collana New directions for youth development : theory, practice, research
Soggetto topico Youth development
Social capital (Sociology)
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-118-74374-1
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Title page; Copyright page; Contents; Issue Editors' Notes; Social capital: Enhancing youth programming and youth outcomes; Linking community and youth development; Defining and measuring social capital; Program practices that build social capital; Contextual considerations in developing social capital; Conclusion; Executive Summary; Chapter One: Social capital: Its constructs and survey development; Chapter Two: Measuring social capital change using ripple mapping; Chapter Three: Social capital and youth development: Toward a typology of program practices
Chapter Four: Using multiple youth programming delivery modes to drive the development of social capital in 4-H participants Chapter Five: A community development approach to service-learning: Building social capital between rural youth and adults; Chapter Six: Social capital and vulnerability from the family, neighborhood, school, and community perspectives; Chapter Seven: Engaging underrepresented youth populations in community youth development: Tapping social capital as a critical resource; Chapter Eight: Engaging young people as a community development strategy in the Wisconsin Northwoods
1: Social capital: Its constructs and survey development The process; Identifying the constructs of social capital; Implications and conclusions; 2: Measuring social capital change using ripple mapping; Significance; Learning from ripple mapping; Youth and adult partnerships improving communities across states; Maine; Kansas; Conclusion; Appendix: Steps for a participatory mapping process; Preparation before the group arrives; Introduction; Reflection; Photo documentation; 3: Social capital and youth development: Toward a typology of program practices; Research approach
The interaction of bridging and bonding social capital to create an upward spiral Toward a typology of youth development activities and social capital; Ideal type 1: Low bonding and bridging leading to individual focused projects; Ideal type 2: Low bonding and high bridging leading to mentor-focused opportunities; Ideal type 3: High bonding and low bridging resulting in a youth group focus; Ideal type 4: High bonding and bridging leading to a community development focus; Implications for programming; Strategies for increasing bonding social capital; Considerations; Keys to spiraling up
Conclusion 4: Using multiple youth programming delivery modes to drive the development of social capital in 4-H participants; 4-H and social capital; Life skills and social capital; The four essential elements and social capital; 4-H club programming; Peer-to-peer interviews; 4-H club community service projects; 4-H after-school programs; 4-H school enrichment; Conclusion; 5: A community development approach to service-learning: Building social capital between rural youth and adults; Case studies of rural service-learning and civic engagement
4-H case study: Community service-learning in Lamar, Missouri
Record Nr. UNINA-9910452974303321
San Francisco, : Jossey-Bass, 2013
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Youth programs as builders of social capital [[electronic resource] /] / Matthew Calvert, Mary Emery, Sharon Kinsey, issue editors
Youth programs as builders of social capital [[electronic resource] /] / Matthew Calvert, Mary Emery, Sharon Kinsey, issue editors
Pubbl/distr/stampa San Francisco, : Jossey-Bass, 2013
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (151 p.)
Disciplina 369.4
Altri autori (Persone) CalvertMatthew
EmeryMary
KinseySharon
Collana New directions for youth development : theory, practice, research
Soggetto topico Youth development
Social capital (Sociology)
ISBN 1-118-74374-1
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Title page; Copyright page; Contents; Issue Editors' Notes; Social capital: Enhancing youth programming and youth outcomes; Linking community and youth development; Defining and measuring social capital; Program practices that build social capital; Contextual considerations in developing social capital; Conclusion; Executive Summary; Chapter One: Social capital: Its constructs and survey development; Chapter Two: Measuring social capital change using ripple mapping; Chapter Three: Social capital and youth development: Toward a typology of program practices
Chapter Four: Using multiple youth programming delivery modes to drive the development of social capital in 4-H participants Chapter Five: A community development approach to service-learning: Building social capital between rural youth and adults; Chapter Six: Social capital and vulnerability from the family, neighborhood, school, and community perspectives; Chapter Seven: Engaging underrepresented youth populations in community youth development: Tapping social capital as a critical resource; Chapter Eight: Engaging young people as a community development strategy in the Wisconsin Northwoods
1: Social capital: Its constructs and survey development The process; Identifying the constructs of social capital; Implications and conclusions; 2: Measuring social capital change using ripple mapping; Significance; Learning from ripple mapping; Youth and adult partnerships improving communities across states; Maine; Kansas; Conclusion; Appendix: Steps for a participatory mapping process; Preparation before the group arrives; Introduction; Reflection; Photo documentation; 3: Social capital and youth development: Toward a typology of program practices; Research approach
The interaction of bridging and bonding social capital to create an upward spiral Toward a typology of youth development activities and social capital; Ideal type 1: Low bonding and bridging leading to individual focused projects; Ideal type 2: Low bonding and high bridging leading to mentor-focused opportunities; Ideal type 3: High bonding and low bridging resulting in a youth group focus; Ideal type 4: High bonding and bridging leading to a community development focus; Implications for programming; Strategies for increasing bonding social capital; Considerations; Keys to spiraling up
Conclusion 4: Using multiple youth programming delivery modes to drive the development of social capital in 4-H participants; 4-H and social capital; Life skills and social capital; The four essential elements and social capital; 4-H club programming; Peer-to-peer interviews; 4-H club community service projects; 4-H after-school programs; 4-H school enrichment; Conclusion; 5: A community development approach to service-learning: Building social capital between rural youth and adults; Case studies of rural service-learning and civic engagement
4-H case study: Community service-learning in Lamar, Missouri
Record Nr. UNINA-9910790564803321
San Francisco, : Jossey-Bass, 2013
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Univ. Federico II
Opac: Controlla la disponibilità qui