Leisure exclusion? Analysing interventions using active leisure with young people offending or at risk
thesisposted on 26.11.2010, 11:58 by Fiona McCormack
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This research considered the role of active leisure-based interventions with young people at risk of offending. It examined some of the claimed outcomes of participation for young people, and the types of provision which can support positive outcomes. A central feature of the research was an analysis of the impact of interventions on leisure-behaviour and attitudes in the medium term. This was underpinned by three stages of research to ensure the appropriateness of the main longitudinal case studies and the framework diagram. [Continues.]
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