Youth and their problems in contemporary England
курсовые работы, английский язык
Объем работы: 26 стр.
Год сдачи: 2009
Стоимость: 1200 руб.
Table of Contents<br><br>Introduction 3<br><br>Chapter 1. Youth Problems in Great Britain 5<br>1.1 Overview 5<br>1.2 Crime, Drugs and Alcohol 5<br>1.3 Unemployment 8<br><br>Chapter 2. Youth Movement in Great Britain 10<br>2.1 Student Activism 11<br>2.2 British Youth Counsil 12<br>2.3 Youth in Politics 14<br>2.4 Other Youth Organizations 16<br><br>Chapter 3. Youth Movement in Russia compared to those in Great Britain 20<br><br>Conclusion 24<br><br>Bibliography 26<br><br>Appendix 1 27<br>Questions on Youth Problems and Youth Movement<br>in Great Britain and Russia
Introduction<br><br>Youth has always been regarded to be the nicest period of human lives. It is the period when young people can be carefree without the burden of responsibility which brings the parenthood or daily winning of one’s bread. But youth, seemingly a free time of life, also brings some specific problems.
<br>It is the period of life when people make the most important decisions that can have fatal consequences for their future family and career. These decisions, and also the difficult period of early parenthood or professional career, following abruptly the carefree period of early youth, demands personal maturity.<br>Policies affecting young people cover a wide range of activities from education, health and housing to employment, criminal justice and participation in public life. This means an increasingly important role for youth policy within mainstream politics which requires a more integrated approach to the needs of young people, intensified contact with youth organizations and further involvement in practical activities such as youth work, non-formal approaches to education, volunteering and development.<br>Pressing social problems such as racism, unemployment, unhealthy lifestyles, intolerance, discrimination against minorities, gender inequality and lack of integration for people with disabilities pose significant challenges both for the present and the next generation.<br>In Europe today, millions of young people suffer human rights violations which are increasingly related to economic, social and cultural, rather than political issues. Sadly, young people (and children) are more likely to be affected by poverty and other results of the high unemployment levels and social difficulties, than adults. The link between poverty among youngsters and crime is a basic discovery of social sciences, so combating poverty of young people can reduce crime rates as well.<br>The problems of young people reflect...
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<br>6. How the Young Poor Measure Poverty in Britain: Drink, Drugs and Their Time in Jail. The New York Times, March 10, 2007<br>7. Jeffs, Tony, Smith, Mark K. (1999) ‘The problem of “youth” for youth work’, Youth and Policy 62, pages 45 – 66
<br>8. Lyall, Sarah. Poor youth on the streets of Britain Teenagers pass their time outside the home, often drunk. Inte
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<br>11. Scouting for Boys. The Scout Association. 1998<br>12. Smith, P. H. J. (2007) Student revolution in 1960s Britain: Myth or reality?<br>13. The Freechild Project, Worldwide Youth Movement, official website<br>14. The young ones: Is this the future of politics? The Independent, June 2009<br>15. "UK Youth Parliament Scoops Another Award!" UK Youth Parliament, June 2008<br><br>Appendix 1<br>Questions on Youth Problems and Youth Movement in...
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