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Politics
Author: Helen Roberts
ISBN: 0902046306
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Pages 182 pages
Publisher Barnardo's; First Edition edition (1995)
Language English
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.7
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eBook Young People's Social Attitudes: Having Their Say, the Views of 12-19-year-olds download

by Helen Roberts


The views expressed in this report are the authors’ and do not necessarily . The focus is on how young people and parents make sense of their identities as well as how identities are influenced by external social conditions.

The views expressed in this report are the authors’ and do not necessarily reflect those of the Department. for Education and Skills. In the British Social Attitudes (BSA) Survey of 12 to 19 year olds, young people were asked how important, if at all, they see wealthy background, race and sex, working hard, and having a good education (Park et al 2004). Park and her colleagues note that young people are far more likely to rate as essential or as very important those factors seen as being within a person's own control.

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More than 80% responded by saying older people were source of wisdom for the community. Recommendations Clearly, the students were almost unanimous in their attitude towards older people and quite incompatible with their views of aging. It was backed up by some 70 of the questioned stating they should be looked up to and asked for personal guidance. An overwhelming number of responses were positive, acknowledging the status and worth of older people. Few expressed disrespect and were dismissive of older people's value.

Recently, a survey of "Young People's Social Attitudes" asked British teenagers for their opinions about leaving .

Recently, a survey of "Young People's Social Attitudes" asked British teenagers for their opinions about leaving home. Forty-nine per cent of 12-15 year olds thought that teenagers should be allowed to leave home at the age of 16; another 12% said 17, and 8% said "when they want".

us 2. We expected our friends fast for a while. A to move 3. Nowadays every country has factories water and air. D. polluting 4. Little children like looking books with large print. They read them more easily. B. can 5. Don’t look me so angrily.

168p paperback with white pictorial cover, from a Cambridge college library, hardly used, pages clean with appendix and index, very good