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eBook Positive Peer Culture (Modern Applications of Social Work) ePub

by Larry K. Brendtro,Harry H. Vorrath

  • ISBN: 0202360377
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Larry K. Brendtro,Harry H. Vorrath
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Aldine Transaction; 2 edition (December 31, 1985)
  • Pages: 173
  • ePub book: 1436 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1340 kb
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- Contemporary Psychology. Larry K. Brendtro is professor at Augustana College, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where he directs the Black Hills Seminars, a training institute for professionals serving troubled youth. He is former president of the Starr Commonwealth in Michigan and Ohio. Series: Modern Applications of Social Work.

Positive Peer Culture is an indispensable asset to all those committed to. .

Positive Peer Culture is an indispensable asset to all those committed to helping young people reach their full potential as individuals and members of their communities. Vorranth's and Brendtro's writing is the result of a fruitful dialectic of theory and praxis; Positive Peer Culture is a model for youth treatment and empowerment grounded in effective practice.

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Concepts of positive peer culture have been applied in a wide variety of educational and treatment settings including public and alternative schools, group homes, and residential centers. Vorrath and Brendtro describe specific procedures for getting youth "hooked on helping" through peer counseling groups, and for generalizing caring behavior beyond the school or treatment environment through community-based service learning projects

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Home Larry K. Brendtro Positive Peer Culture (Modern Applications of Social Work). Vorrath and Brendtro describe specific procedures for getting youth "hooked on helping" through peer counseling groups, and for generalizing caring behavior beyond the school or treatment environment through community-based service learning projects.

by Harry H. Vorrath, Larry K. Concepts of positive peer culture have been applied in a wide variety of educational and treatment settings including public and alternative schools, group homes, and residential centers.

Larry K. Brendtro is the author of 16 books and over 200 articles in the field of positive youth development and trains youth professionals worldwide.

by Larry K. Brendtro, Harry H. Vorrath. ISBN 9780202360379 (978-0-202-36037-9) Hardcover, Aldine Transaction, 1985. Find signed collectible books: 'Positive Peer Culture (Modern Applications of Social Work)'. Psychoeducation: An Idea Whose Time Has Come (Third Ccbd Mini-Library Series). by Mary M. Wood, Larry K. Brendtro, Frank A. Fecser, Polly Nichols.

Concepts of positive peer culture have been applied in a wide variety of educational and treatment settings including . 1. Positive Peer Culture. Harry H. Vorrath; Harry Vorrath; Larry K. Brendtro; Larry Brendtro. Published by Routledge

Concepts of positive peer culture have been applied in a wide variety of educational and treatment settings including public and alternative schools, group homes, and residential centers. Published by Routledge. ISBN 10: 0202360377 ISBN 13: 9780202360379.

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This revision of an important and path-breaking work holds to its central argument that troubled young people can develop self-worth, significance, dignity, and responsibility only through commitment to the positive values of helping and caring for others.

An enlarged and revised edition of the authors' pioneering work on building positive youth culture, Positive Peer Culture retains the practical orientation that made the original attractive to teachers and youth workers, while adding new material on positive peer culture (PPC) in schools and community settings, research on PPC, and guidelines for maintaining program effectiveness and quality. Concepts of positive peer culture have been applied in a wide variety of educational and treatment settings including public and alternative schools, group homes, and residential centers. Vorrath and Brendtro describe specific procedures for getting youth "hooked on helping" through peer counseling groups, and for generalizing caring behavior beyond the school or treatment environment through community-based service learning projects.

The authors contend that the young people who populate our nation's schools are in desperate need of an antidote to the narcissism, malaise and antisocial life-styles that have become so prevalent, and that this book seeks to provide a way of meeting their increasing cry to be used in some demanding cause. On publication of the first edition, Richard P. Barth, Frank A. Daniels Professor for Human Services Information Policy, School of Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill called Positive Peer Culture "a significant contribution to the field."