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Youth Work by Mind Map: Youth Work

1. people make a unanimous decision

2. confidence building

3. Youth wok and Conversation

3.1. informal education

3.2. two way conversation

3.2.1. ensure participation of every member involved in discussion

3.2.2. specific characteristics

3.2.2.1. concern

3.2.2.2. trust

3.2.2.3. respect

3.2.2.4. appreciation

3.2.2.5. affection and hope

3.3. keep the conversation group small

3.4. go with the flow of topic

3.5. democracy

4. Priorities and Youth work

4.1. help develop social skills

4.2. help in identification of society needs

5. Process of Youth work

5.1. emancipation and enlargement of experience

5.1.1. process of participants experience enlargement & not of curriculum product

5.2. flexible and creative process

5.2.1. facilitate learning

5.3. building of new relationships and gain of trust

5.4. motivating young people to try new experiences

5.4.1. gain insight of individual potential

6. Informal education

6.1. respectful and spontaneous way of learning

6.2. learning is through previous experience

6.3. learning is through involving in group activities and conversations

6.4. democracy and active involvement of people

6.5. can take place anywhere and anytime

7. Perspectives of Youth work

7.1. historical perspective

7.1.1. scouts England

7.1.2. YMCA

7.1.3. Boys Brigade

7.1.3.1. Trail Rangers

7.1.4. Girls Brigade

7.2. political perspective

8. 3 approaches to model making in Youth work

8.1. Historical

8.1.1. understanding of youth work development with the passage of time

8.2. Political

8.2.1. analyze different assumptions around the world and their effect on youth work

8.3. Humanistic

8.3.1. by understanding local cultural and religious practices

9. 6 Models of Youth work Intervention

10. Self Flourshing

10.1. freedom from self imposed limitations

10.2. freedom of speech

11. Formal education

11.1. delivery of curriculum as product

12. Youth Wok Evaluation

12.1. 4 W's of evaluation

12.1.1. truth (don't give any false ideas)

12.1.2. why

12.1.2.1. to ascertain all the targets set were achieved

12.1.2.2. to justify the use of resources

12.1.2.3. to measure the impact of activity or programme

12.1.3. what

12.1.3.1. to set the aims for achieving long term goals

12.1.4. who

12.1.4.1. can be done by any one starting from involved organisations to the participants for the purpose of improvement in future

12.1.5. when

12.1.5.1. continuous cycle; can be done any time from the start of planning till after the end of the activity or programme

12.2. 3 approaches of evaluation

12.2.1. specific criteria

12.2.2. by negotiation between involved parties on different criterias

12.2.3. control is given to the educators and participants

12.3. 6 types of work performed

12.3.1. being there

12.3.2. being about

12.3.3. by working with individuals or groups

12.3.4. by doing projects

12.3.5. by doing research

12.3.6. by reflecting on practice

13. Core Values

13.1. respect for persons

13.2. promotion of well being

13.3. democracy

13.4. fairness and equality

14. The Treatment Model

14.1. defines young people as deviant, mad or deficient

14.2. social conformity

14.3. promote good citizenship and conventional lifestyles

15. The Reform Model

15.1. defines young people as being socially disadvantaged by their environment and upbringing

15.2. youth workers require skills in motivation, rapport building and the ability to help young people identify their own needs

15.3. provide education and training to enable the young person to compete in the job market

16. The Advocacy Model

17. radical

17.1. transforming society towards the adoption of values of equality and social justice.

17.2. The role of the youth worker is to expose inequality

18. non-radical

18.1. assist the young person in acquiring whatever they deserve or are legally entitled to

18.2. to ensure that young people are aware of supports and entitlements

18.3. equal opportunities

19. The Empowerment Model

20. radical

20.1. to transform the society

20.2. society is viewed as unjust and controlled by the elite or upper classes

20.3. young people are encouraged to believe in themselves and identify oppressive factors

20.4. to address power imbalances in society without disempowering other disadvantaged groups

21. non-radical

21.1. sole motivation is to help young people gain control over their lives

21.2. allow young people to take their own decisions

21.3. youth workers need to be supportive and motivational without interfering in the process