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Boys & Girls Club Correlations: Saving America's Youth

An ethnographic study of the culture within the Boys & Girls club and how it encourages delinquent prevention.
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Megan Shong

on 4 May 2010

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Transcript of Boys & Girls Club Correlations: Saving America's Youth

Boys & Girls Club Correlations:
Saving America's Youth Megan Shong
May 10th, 2010
Senior Seminar Quick View Gang Involvement Drug/Alcohol Abuse Communication In-School Success Club Class Education I. Thesis Statement

II. Education
A. Club Class
a. Sports and Recreation
b. Homework Call
B. In-School Success

II. Problem-Solving
A. Verbal VS Physical
B. Gang Involvement
C. Drug/Alcohol Abuse

III. Social Comprehension
A. Communication
B. Play/Physical Interaction
V. So What? Analysis & Conclusion Glossary

Meet the Kids

Meet the Staff QUICK VIEW Thesis Statement Glossary HW Call Counselor Members Junior Staff Cadets Club Class Peer

Parent

Counselor
By Gender Children who attend the Boys & Girls Club consistently receive the dexterity necessary to succeed in school, conduct healthy problem solving, develop proper communication and interaction skills, avoid gang involvement, and steer clear of drug and alcohol abuse.
Peer: Mission Statement:
“To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.” Boys: Aggressive, Verbal, Face-to-Face Confrontation Girls: Non-Aggressive, Verbal "Gossipers" Both Genders Actively Utilize Counselor Mediation Parent Don't bring conflict to the Club Parent VS Counselor Single Parent Households Counselor Member VS Counselor in class Member VS Counselor outside of class Member VS Jayme Sibling Influence Jayme Clapp Tony Kristen Andres Paren Meet the Staff Meet the Members EDUCATION: PROBLEM SOLVING SOCIAL COMPREHENSION GANG INVOLVEMENT DRUG/ALCOHOL ABUSE
“The success of any method seems to depend on the literacy of the home-environment, the warmth and skill of the teacher, and the overall cultural context. Any method tends to fail if children feel shy, stupid, or lonely”

“children from low-income families are least likely to succeed in school” “The success of any method seems to depend on the literacy of the home-environment, the warmth and skill of the teacher, and the overall cultural context. Any method tends to fail if children feel shy, stupid, or lonely”

“children from low-income families are least likely to succeed in school”
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