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Young People and Youth Workers by Mind Map: Young People and Youth Workers
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Young People and Youth Workers

Money

Young People; - Greatly affects them as it is a necessity throughout their lives - Those who have access to money are more likely to spend it on things that they do not need, but want, especially if they have not been taught budgeting skills - They spend most of their money on recreational drugs mainly due to peer pressure - Significant factor in their life that can cause many future problems if not though about wisely such as financial debt Youth Workers; - They have the skills to use money in a rational way - They are capable of budgeting which allows them to have a sense financial security and a substantial amount to be able to survive on

Work

Young People; - Huge part in their life as it is an important step towards adulthood which requires a lot of responsibility - They learn many new skills to help them to further succeed in the workforce - Wages are a significantly less amount which can be perceived as ‘slave labour’ - Prepares them for ‘real world’ with the amount of responsibility involved and teaches them skills that may be useful in future situations Youth Workers; - Builds and improves on skills that they already possess that can be put into future use - Wages are a significantly less amount for the type of work industry they are in  

Relationships

  Young People; - Can have both a positive and negative impact, but are an essential part of their lives in order to live in a stable way - Family, friends and partners greatly influence the decisions they make because they listen, value and understand the different perspectives given - They are more likely to confide in advice from their friends instead of family because they fear the opinions their family may have - They believe that friendships are extremely important and would do anything to keep that social network intact which could result in peer pressure where they are forced to take part in activities they do not wish to participate in but end up doing so due to their friendship group intimidation Youth Workers; - Rely heavily on family, friends and partners for support and advice - Have a very strong view on ‘professional relationships’ with clients which means they support young people in a professional way where they are not considered as a ‘friend’ and can not become emotionally attached

Social Class

Young People; - An important factor in not only their lives, but people in general that distinguishes the rich from the poor and which category they fall into - ‘Rich’ ones are clearly more advantaged in life and they are ‘spoon fed’ as they get “everything given to them on a plate” hence why they have no independent skills and find it difficult to cope once they get out into the ‘real world’ - ‘Poor’ ones are clearly more disadvantaged in life and they struggle in many situations but they gain so much experience that will help them in the ‘real world’ Youth Workers; - They are able to understand what these two terms mean and take action in an appropriate way - They need to thoroughly understand these terms therefore they can respond effectively to clients where social class is of a main concern  

Religion

Young People; - It is a very divided topic with all different opinions on the matter but it does not play such a big part these days because society is ever changing like their values and beliefs - They are taught to respect it and the believes other people have but they are entitled to their own opinion - It is more important to some compared to others depending on the culture they are from - If they do believe in and practice religion, this is one of the main things that guides them as they look to it for advice in times of need and they live their lifestyle surrounding these ‘guidelines’ or ‘rules’ within the religion they believe in - They do not like being categorised in any group but their values and beliefs are quite important to them especially if they consider themselves as part of a stereotype which is like a religion as they all believe in the same thing and live similar lifestyles Youth Workers; - They need to be well aware of religious views to be able to respond in a non offensive way towards clients and it will allow them to understand certain situations better where they are able to take an approach that will solve the issue  

Media

Young people; - It impacts significantly on their lives as it portrays them in a negative way and it has the power to convince people to believe and agree with the point of view that is trying to be put across - What they see other people participating in, they tend to want to do it too as they follow the ‘trend’ to try and fit in with the group - They also start to have a negative view of themselves if everyone else thinks that too and do not encourage them or make them believe otherwise Youth Workers; - It allows them to see how young people are being portrayed where they can help to change that through advocacy aswell as empowering young people to stand up for themselves and contributing positively to the community enabling a more positive view of young people in the media