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However, empirical substantiation of BECK's thesis is less clear when it comes to areas closer to the topic of this paper.
Trust for the Study of Adolescence. As for risk, the focus here will be on risk taking as opposed to risk exposure, acknowledging that that the two are in multiple ways connected. A brief tour of national and international social work journals reveals that there is a dearth of work dedicated specifically to young people as a category, let alone to youth and risk.
What is constructive social work? To problematise this is a necessary and productive activity for informing practice. Yale University Press, Self and society in the late modern age. Connexions is now the service to which young people are expected to turn not only for support in progressing from education to work, but with personal problems too.
Health, Risk and Society, 4 1 Risk and resilience in the life course: Routledge and Kegan Paul. If we are to understand her behaviour, we need to understand much more fully the complexities of structure and agency involved.
National strategy for neighbourhood renewal: However, more striking has been the shift in emphasis from "youth justice" to "youth offending", the slide away from mainstream social work intervention, and the thrust towards punitive regulation, itself potentially criminalising GOLDSON ; R.
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Despite their heterogeneity, most commentators share a vision of young people as a risky population, either by definition or by virtue of the contemporary world they live in.
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