VCU Youth Issue

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Creating high quality youth work responses to youth issues, needs, and problems requireshaving a familiarity with youth development scholarship, youth work practice and the youthstudies field. In this project, you will join learning from scholarship with practice in the field todescribe convergence and divergence between these two and, when appropriate, your ownpractice experience. The project will require the completion of the following four steps.Step 1: To begin, you will need to define a youth development program issue, need, or problem.This does not have to be solely based on conventional practice, but can be informed throughyour own experience and the broader world of work with youth both locally, nationally, andinternationally.Step 2: When you have named an issue, need or problem that you want to focus on, you willcomplete a literature review of this issue, need or problem. In this review, consider respondingto the following questions: How is the issue defined? By whom? What supports this issue orhow does it come about? What makes it an issue? What are the consequences of notaddressing this issue? How have others tried to address this issue and to what result? Whatare the different theories that each of these interventions are based on? What do researchersand practitioners indicate remains confusing, or not fully understood? You should keep a recordof sources you have reviewed, including a full citation index and annotated summaries for each.The project will require you to find and review no fewer than 20 sources. You will need to turnin the citation index and annotated summaries. The sources can be instagram videos, research articles, magazines, etc. Step 3: While you are doing the literature review, you will need to interview three individuals who are connected to the youth issue and have input on the problem at hand. Input their ideals and comments into the analysis. Step 4: Analyze both the data collected in the literature review with the interviews you have done with the individuals. Where do you see overlap? What principles, practices, and insightsmatch between the two data sources? Then where do you see gaps? Where does the practice and the interviews not agree or have insight that cannot be noticed or found in the other? Given this analysis, what conclusions might you draw from the data analysis? Write up what you learned into a short (6-8 pages) report for practitioners guiding practice around this issue. BELOW I ATTACHED MY YOUTH ISSUE AND SOME SOURCES.Issue in Youth work Outline
Step 1: My youth issue is child obesity and lack of peer relationships developed from the
bullying connected to it.
My story- My biggest year of child development when I transitioned to middle school
from elementary school I fought a silent battle. I was already going into a new
environment going to middle school so I had that issue to fight. I also had the issue of
simple identity seeking from going through puberty and not to mention the women got
cuter in middle school. But the battle that nobody ever really shines light on is the
unconventional one. For me it was my inability to formulate peer relationships because I
was overweight as a preteen. You may ask why the battle was silent? Because who in
their right mind wants to admit or run and tell someone they are being picked on. To this
day I still cringe when I say the word “bullied.” For the longest time in my youth that was
just something I had to live with and “take on the chin.” Now that I have taken this
course and really been forced to go back and analyze my youth I have had time to unpack
my situation. Emotionally those same feelings I felt in middle school forced me to
“toughen up” and go numb to the past and how it made my early middle school years a
living hell. It not only made me feel uncomfortable in my own body, it directly affected
my ability to make friendships.
Connection to Youth work- Kids being picked on because they do not meet society’s
requirements for weight is a real issue. It kills the youths’ confidence and affects their
ways to build strong friendships in their community. Confidence takes forever to build
and only seconds to destroy. It took all three years of middle school and even a little bit
of high school to bounce back from what I went through in 6th grade. People just want to
feel like they are wanted around or that they are not the outlier in the room. As youth
workers it is important we make everyone feel safe in their identity and environment. No
one should feel anxious from a simple task like finding a seat in the lunchroom. Just
because they do not have any friends from being overweight. I have personally had to
attack that issue as a youth and I know I am not the only one.
Sources:
https://publications.aap.org/pediatrics/article/113/5/1187/66701/Associations-BetweenOverweight-and-Obesity-With
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4659571/
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/263742131_Are_overweight_and_obese_youth_more_
often_bullied_by_their_peers_A_metaanalysis_on_the_relation_between_weight_status_and_bullying
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/cl2.1143
https://publications.aap.org/pediatrics/article-abstract/112/6/1231/63549/Bullying-AmongYoung-Adolescents-The-Strongthe?utm_source=TrendMD&utm_medium=TrendMD&utm_campaign=Pediatrics_TrendMD_0
https://www.edutopia.org/article/4-ways-foster-positive-student-relationships/
https://www.instagram.com/reel/CqOOSyygKWU/?igshid=MDJmNzVkMjY=

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