Promoting contribution among youth: Implications from Positive Youth Development research for youth development programsJohnson, Sara K.
Hershberg, R. M.
DeSouza, L. M.
Hunter, C. J.
The purpose of this chapter is to provide information, research-based recommendations, and practical resources for youth development practitioners, educators, and policymakers who want to better understand and enhance contribution among diverse groups of youth across the United States. Although all forms of contribution ultimately benefit adolescents’ personal development and promote their well-be... read more
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- Hershberg, R. M., Johnson, S. K., DeSouza, L. M., Zaff, J., & Hunter, C. J. (2015). Promoting contribution among youth: Implications from Positive Youth Development research for youth development programs. In E. P. Bowers, G. J. Geldhof, S. K. Johnson, R. M. Hershberg, L. J. Hilliard, J. V. Lerner, & R. M. Lerner (Eds.), Promoting positive youth development: Bridging the gaps between research, practice, and policy. New York: Springer.