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Models of part-time youth work training
|Series||Papers in Applied and Community Studies -- no. 2 = -- [Paper in community studies], Papers in Applied and Community Studies -- no. 2.|
|Contributions||Bradford College. Department of Applied & Community Studies.|
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Introduction; Part I: Approaches to Youth Work Across Time and Place. Models of part-time youth work training book 1: Defining Youth Work: Exploring the Boundaries, Continuity and Diversity of Youth Work Practice Chapter 2: How to Support Young People in a Changing World: The Sociology of Generations and Youth Work Chapter 3: Looking Over Our Shoulders: Youth Work and its History Chapter 4: Some Conceptions of Youth and.
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