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Adolescents' Perceptions of Healthy Relationships research project

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Kristen Cheney

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Adolescents' Perceptions of Healthy Relationships research project overview
Objectives
1. To gain a greater understanding of adolescents’ own views of healthy relationships
2. To develop an adolescent-centered, reflective conceptual framework for participatory research with adolescents
Activities
Introductions
Getting to know each other
Starting to think about adolescence and relationships:
Which relationship(s) had the most positive influence on you as an adolescent (10-18)?
What were the gender and generational aspects that contri-buted to its positive influence?
Project Background
Oak programme strategy
Gaps in adolescent-focused research
Adolescents and relationships
Early adolescence
Adult-centric conceptual models of adolescent social and sexual development
Questions
• How are healthy relationships typically defined? Who defines them, and what are the implications for adolescents?
• How do adolescents themselves define healthy relationships with those around them – e.g. with peers, family, and community members?
• How are such views gendered, generational, or otherwise affected by particular social variables (e.g. class, ethnicity, spatial location)?

Locations
Bulgaria & Tanzania (Oak project areas) -- but still part of same study
2016-18
Sample
2000
Bulgaria
Tanzania
1000 adolescents
50% boys/girls
50% urban/rural
50% early/late
adolescents
1000 adolescents
50% boys/girls
50% urban/rural
50% early/late
adolescents
Diversity of other
social variables, e.g.
- socioeconomic background
- in/out-of-school
- ability
- sexual orientation
- marital/parenting status
etc.
Approach:
Circles of Support participatory research

Staff structure
ISS - lead org
Kristen Cheney
- overall project leader, Oak contact person
Auma Okwany
- lead researcher TZ
Joanna Baskott
- finance officer

ICDI - implementing partner NL
Rutger van Oudenhoven
Remi Goossens
Animus - local lead research org BG
Nascent - local lead research org TZ
Milena Stateva
- lead local researcher, contact person
Maria Tchomarova
- local researcher (Sofia)
Kristina _____ - local researcher (Aitos)
Daniela Popova
- financial administrator
Annah Kamusiime
- lead local researcher, contact person
Joseph Tumushabe
- local researcher (Dar Es Salaam)
Lydia Belinda Shandi
- local researcher (Mwanza)
TBD
- financial administrator
Contact person
Lead researcher BG
Local Supervisors
Local Supervisors
Youth
Peer Researchers
(24) TBD
Youth
Peer Researchers
(24) TBD
adolescents 10-18 years old
Phase 1: Inception (Jan-Mar 2017)
Introspective workshops: 8-24 Feb
Project overview
Reflective workshops
YPR recruitment criteria

Phase 2: Research Design (Apr-Aug 2017)
YPR training workshops: late March/early April
Development and testing of survey tools

Phase 3: Quantitative Data Collection (Sep-Feb 2018)
Launch workshops (local staff): Sep
Data analysis, qualitative training: Feb

Phase 4: Qualitative Data Collection (Mar-Aug 2018)
Launch workshops (local staff): Mar
Data analysis/dissemination workshop: Aug

Phase 5: Dissemination (Sep-Dec 2018)
Dar Es Salaam
(urban):
Michael
Carol

Mwanza (rural):

Beatrice
Jonas
Sofia (urban):
Tatyana
Anna
Aitos (rural):
Bilyana
Vania
Yardanka
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