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2012, Directions in development. Human development., ISBN 9780821395479, xxi, 292
The successful development of children and young people requires that we protect and nurture a set of interrelated physiological, cognitive, and... 
Business cycles | Child welfare | Economic aspects | Youth | Children | Financial crises | Social aspects | Social conditions | Public Policy | SOC047000 - SOCIAL SCIENCE | Health, Nutrition, and Population | Education | Social Security | POL027000 - POLITICAL SCIENCE | health-psychology-human development-children-economic crisis-education-adolescence-development psychology-human capital-youth-social protection | Childrens Studies | Social Protections and Labor | LABOR MARKETS | SERVICE DELIVERY | FAMILY BACKGROUND | MORBIDITY | ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | POLICY ANALYSIS | EFFECTIVE POLICIES | ECONOMIC GROWTH | POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER | PUBLIC POLICY | INVOLUNTARY UNEMPLOYMENT | PREGNANCY | SAFETY NET | EARLY CHILDHOOD | PRIMARY CAREGIVERS | MALARIA | NATIONAL LEVEL | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | DISASTERS | SCHOOL ATTENDANCE | MORTALITY | HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT | ENVIRONMENTAL | SEX | VULNERABILITY | SCHOOLS | DROPOUT | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | FERTILITY | RACISM | FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS | HOUSEHOLD LEVEL | DECISION MAKING | YOUTH VIOLENCE | MARGINAL BENEFITS | SOCIAL POLICY | SOCIAL INTERVENTION | ANXIETY | DEMOCRACY | BIRTH WEIGHT | CHILD HEALTH | FAMILY STRUCTURES | ECOLOGY | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES | YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT | EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE | SKILLS DEVELOPMENT | FAMILY TENSION | ECONOMIC CONDITIONS | RISKY BEHAVIOR | YOUTH DEVELOPMENT | COMMUNITY LIFE | LONGITUDINAL RESEARCH | POSTNATAL DEPRESSION | DEBT | SOCIAL CONDITIONS | PSYCHOLOGISTS | NATURAL DISASTER | ADOLESCENT | RESEARCH COMMUNITY | HEALTHY CHOICES | RISK REDUCTION | ADULT ROLE MODELS | FAMILIES | CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS | FAMILY MEMBERS | INFANT | EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT | SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS | SUBSTANCE USE | INDIVIDUAL HOUSEHOLDS | TOXINS | CHILD REARING | CHILD WELFARE | CULTURAL CHANGE | LABOR MARKET | OBESITY | FAMILY RESOURCES | EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS | POPULATION STUDIES | DROPOUTS | QUALITY OF EDUCATION | SOCIAL EXPECTATIONS | ECONOMISTS | WAGES | LABOR SUPPLY | LOW BIRTH WEIGHT | JOURNAL OF MARRIAGE | GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT | SOCIAL SECTOR | EXPENDITURES | PROGRESS | SOCIAL SCIENCE | SPILLOVER | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | SEXUALITY | DEPRESSION | HEALTHY CHILDREN | FAMILY INCOME | MALE YOUTH | SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS | SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT | YOUNG WORKERS | VIOLENCE | POLICY RESEARCH | YOUNG PEOPLE | YOUTH EMPLOYMENT | HEALTH CARE | YOUTH-FOCUSED INTERVENTIONS | TEEN | EPIDEMIOLOGY | CHILD LABOR | NATIONAL HEALTH | REMITTANCES | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | POLICY IMPLICATIONS | AMNIOTIC FLUID | CITIZENS | PRACTITIONERS | ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT | YOUNG PEOPLE LEAVE SCHOOL | YOUNG CHILD | ETHNIC GROUPS | IMMIGRANT | CHILD DEVELOPMENT | POLITICAL ECONOMY | EMPIRICAL STUDIES | GLOBAL HEALTH | MOTHER | LIMITED RESOURCES | SUBSTANCE ABUSE | SELF-REGULATION | MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS | ECONOMIC CHANGE | SOCIAL UPHEAVAL | NUTRITION | GIRLS | YOUNG PERSON | MENTAL DISORDERS | FOOD SECURITY | PEER RELATIONSHIPS | DEVELOPMENT POLICY | SOCIAL CHANGE | BLUEPRINT | SOCIAL PROBLEM | CHILD LABOUR | PUBLIC SERVICE | RELATIONSHIPS WITH PARENTS | ISOLATION | GENDER ROLES | SOCIAL SCIENCES | OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE | INTERVENTION | MENTAL | ADOLESCENT BEHAVIOR | CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK | TEEN PREGNANCIES | OLDER CHILDREN | PSYCHIATRY | SIBLINGS | ELDERLY | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY | ADOLESCENCE | DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY | ADOLESCENTS | LEGAL STATUS | LAM | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS | NATURAL DISASTERS | SAFETY NETS | BUSINESS CYCLES | MENTAL HEALTH | MARGINAL COSTS | RESPECT | PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS | YOUNG CHILDREN | SOCIAL UNREST | ENVIRONMENTS | LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES | ADULTHOOD | PARENTING | POLICY RESPONSE | EXPLOITATION | COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT | RESEARCH PROGRAM | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | YOUTH | GENDER EQUALITY | EARLY ADOLESCENCE | LABOUR MARKET | LABOR FORCE | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS | CHILD MORTALITY | PSYCHOLOGY | HUMAN CAPITAL | PREGNANT WOMEN | PEDIATRICS | PERINATAL CARE | TECHNICAL SKILLS | UNEMPLOYMENT | STATE UNIVERSITY | FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT | POLYGAMY | INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSMISSION | POLICY MAKERS | ECONOMIC CHANGES | ECONOMICS | PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH | EMPIRICAL RESEARCH | CONGENITAL ANOMALIES | HORMONES
Book
2012, Directions in development. Human development., ISBN 9780821395479, xxi, 292
The successful development of children and young people requires that we protect and nurture a set of interrelated physiological, cognitive, and... 
Business cycles | Child welfare | Economic aspects | Youth | Children | Financial crises | Social aspects | Social conditions | Public Policy | SOC047000 - SOCIAL SCIENCE | Health, Nutrition, and Population | Education | Social Security | POL027000 - POLITICAL SCIENCE | health-psychology-human development-children-economic crisis-education-adolescence-development psychology-human capital-youth-social protection | Childrens Studies | Social Protections and Labor | LABOR MARKETS | SERVICE DELIVERY | FAMILY BACKGROUND | MORBIDITY | ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | POLICY ANALYSIS | EFFECTIVE POLICIES | ECONOMIC GROWTH | POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER | PUBLIC POLICY | INVOLUNTARY UNEMPLOYMENT | PREGNANCY | SAFETY NET | EARLY CHILDHOOD | PRIMARY CAREGIVERS | MALARIA | NATIONAL LEVEL | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | DISASTERS | SCHOOL ATTENDANCE | MORTALITY | HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT | ENVIRONMENTAL | SEX | VULNERABILITY | SCHOOLS | DROPOUT | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | FERTILITY | RACISM | FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS | HOUSEHOLD LEVEL | DECISION MAKING | YOUTH VIOLENCE | MARGINAL BENEFITS | SOCIAL POLICY | SOCIAL INTERVENTION | ANXIETY | DEMOCRACY | BIRTH WEIGHT | CHILD HEALTH | FAMILY STRUCTURES | ECOLOGY | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES | YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT | EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE | SKILLS DEVELOPMENT | FAMILY TENSION | ECONOMIC CONDITIONS | RISKY BEHAVIOR | YOUTH DEVELOPMENT | COMMUNITY LIFE | LONGITUDINAL RESEARCH | POSTNATAL DEPRESSION | DEBT | SOCIAL CONDITIONS | PSYCHOLOGISTS | NATURAL DISASTER | ADOLESCENT | RESEARCH COMMUNITY | HEALTHY CHOICES | RISK REDUCTION | ADULT ROLE MODELS | FAMILIES | CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS | FAMILY MEMBERS | INFANT | EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT | SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS | SUBSTANCE USE | INDIVIDUAL HOUSEHOLDS | TOXINS | CHILD REARING | CHILD WELFARE | CULTURAL CHANGE | LABOR MARKET | OBESITY | FAMILY RESOURCES | EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS | POPULATION STUDIES | DROPOUTS | QUALITY OF EDUCATION | SOCIAL EXPECTATIONS | ECONOMISTS | WAGES | LABOR SUPPLY | LOW BIRTH WEIGHT | JOURNAL OF MARRIAGE | GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT | SOCIAL SECTOR | EXPENDITURES | PROGRESS | SOCIAL SCIENCE | SPILLOVER | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | SEXUALITY | DEPRESSION | HEALTHY CHILDREN | FAMILY INCOME | MALE YOUTH | SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS | SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT | YOUNG WORKERS | VIOLENCE | POLICY RESEARCH | YOUNG PEOPLE | YOUTH EMPLOYMENT | HEALTH CARE | YOUTH-FOCUSED INTERVENTIONS | TEEN | EPIDEMIOLOGY | CHILD LABOR | NATIONAL HEALTH | REMITTANCES | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | POLICY IMPLICATIONS | AMNIOTIC FLUID | CITIZENS | PRACTITIONERS | ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT | YOUNG PEOPLE LEAVE SCHOOL | YOUNG CHILD | ETHNIC GROUPS | IMMIGRANT | CHILD DEVELOPMENT | POLITICAL ECONOMY | EMPIRICAL STUDIES | GLOBAL HEALTH | MOTHER | LIMITED RESOURCES | SUBSTANCE ABUSE | SELF-REGULATION | MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS | ECONOMIC CHANGE | SOCIAL UPHEAVAL | NUTRITION | GIRLS | YOUNG PERSON | MENTAL DISORDERS | FOOD SECURITY | PEER RELATIONSHIPS | DEVELOPMENT POLICY | SOCIAL CHANGE | BLUEPRINT | SOCIAL PROBLEM | CHILD LABOUR | PUBLIC SERVICE | RELATIONSHIPS WITH PARENTS | ISOLATION | GENDER ROLES | SOCIAL SCIENCES | OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE | INTERVENTION | MENTAL | ADOLESCENT BEHAVIOR | CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK | TEEN PREGNANCIES | OLDER CHILDREN | PSYCHIATRY | SIBLINGS | ELDERLY | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY | ADOLESCENCE | DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY | ADOLESCENTS | LEGAL STATUS | LAM | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS | NATURAL DISASTERS | SAFETY NETS | BUSINESS CYCLES | MENTAL HEALTH | MARGINAL COSTS | RESPECT | PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS | YOUNG CHILDREN | SOCIAL UNREST | ENVIRONMENTS | LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES | ADULTHOOD | PARENTING | POLICY RESPONSE | EXPLOITATION | COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT | RESEARCH PROGRAM | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | YOUTH | GENDER EQUALITY | EARLY ADOLESCENCE | LABOUR MARKET | LABOR FORCE | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS | CHILD MORTALITY | PSYCHOLOGY | HUMAN CAPITAL | PREGNANT WOMEN | PEDIATRICS | PERINATAL CARE | TECHNICAL SKILLS | UNEMPLOYMENT | STATE UNIVERSITY | FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT | POLYGAMY | INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSMISSION | POLICY MAKERS | ECONOMIC CHANGES | ECONOMICS | PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH | EMPIRICAL RESEARCH | CONGENITAL ANOMALIES | HORMONES
Book
Journal of clinical child and adolescent psychology : the official journal for the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 53, ISSN 1537-4416, 2014, Volume 43, Issue 3, pp. 428 - 441
This article describes a program of prevention and intervention research conducted by the CHAMP (CHAMP – Collaborative HIV prevention and Adolescent Mental... 
community-based | youth-focused | family-based HIV prevention and care
Journal Article
08/2005
Zambia is among countries with high HIV/AIDS prevalence, 16 percent among adult population aged 15 to 49 years. Prevalence among urban population is twice that... 
YOUTH FRIENDLY SERVICES | COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION | HIV INFECTIONS | LIFE SKILLS | SEXUALLY ACTIVE | YOUTH CONCERNS | VILLAGES | YOUNG GIRLS | YOUTH CENTERS | ALCOHOL | YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES | AIDS PROJECT | REHABILITATION | ALCOHOL ABUSE | SPECIALISTS | SEXUAL INTERCOURSE | VOLUNTARY COUNSELING | CHILD DEVELOPMENT | RECREATIONAL FACILITIES | SEXUAL HEALTH | SUBSTANCE ABUSE | ADOLESCENT REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH | FEMALE | MALARIA | URBAN AREAS | YOUTH VOLUNTEERS | GIRLS | PUBLIC HEALTH | YOUTH MOVEMENT | YOUNG MEN | SEX | ORPHANS | SCHOOLS | AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS | VULNERABLE CHILDREN | OFFICE FACILITIES | CONDOM | YOUTH INVOLVEMENT | YOUNG WOMEN | DESCRIPTION | RURAL YOUTH | COMMERCIAL SEX | PEER PRESSURE | INTERVENTION | CONDOM INFORMATION | CONDOM PROMOTION | HIV/AIDS | BEHAVIORAL CHANGE | CIRCUMCISION | PANDEMIC | VOLUNTARY COUNSELLING | PRIVACY | YOUTH NETWORKS | PREVENTION INTERVENTIONS | SEXUAL BEHAVIOR | SEXUALLY ACTIVE AGE GROUP | HIV | YOUTH POLICY | AWARENESS RAISING | DRUG ABUSE | HOUSEHOLDS | PEER EDUCATOR | DISTRICTS | YOUTH GROUP | INFECTIONS | YOUTH DEVELOPMENT | PEER EDUCATORS | RESPONSE TO AIDS | YOUTH SERVICES | NURSE | ADOLESCENT | RISKY BEHAVIORS | NEEDS OF YOUTH | CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS | HUMAN RIGHTS | ADULT POPULATION | VOCATIONAL SKILLS | ANTI AIDS CLUBS | NATIONAL YOUTH POLICY | UNAIDS | CONDOMS | COMMUNITIES | TRAININGS | YOUTH ORGANISATIONS | TOWN CENTRE | PRINTERS | YOUTH | RURAL YOUTHS | BEHAVIOR CHANGE | COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS | HIV TRANSMISSION | YOUTH PARTICIPATION | RURAL AREAS | SMOKING | AIDS RELIEF | ADOLESCENT REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH EDUCATION | URBAN POPULATION | PARENTHOOD ASSOCIATION | HEALTH NUTRITION | YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS | YOUTH ACTIVITIES | SEXUALITY | UNEMPLOYMENT | TRADITIONAL BIRTH ATTENDANTS | YOUTH ORGANISATION | HIV INFECTION | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES | CONDOM USE | ANTI-AIDS | YOUTH-FRIENDLY SERVICES | YOUNG PEOPLE | HEALTH CARE | YOUTH GROUPS | YOUTH-FOCUSED INTERVENTIONS | ADVOCACY | ALCOHOLISM | PEER EDUCATION
Book
03/2003, HNP discussion paper series
This paper explores the economic case for investments in youth in developing countries. The current cohort of youth is the largest cohort ever. The economic,... 
TEENAGE PREGNANCIES | CHILD LABOR | CRIME | LABOR MARKETS | RESOURCE CONSERVATION | ALCOHOL | ECONOMIC ANALYSIS | GROWTH | INFANTS | PUBLIC RESOURCES | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | ALCOHOL ABUSE | IMPROVED HEALTH | ECONOMIC GROWTH | POLICY FRAMEWORK | PRIVATE SECTOR | TRADEOFFS | ADOLESCENT REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH | PREGNANCY | OVERWEIGHT | MALARIA | NUTRITION | INCOME COUNTRIES | DEVELOPMENT NETWORK | MORTALITY | HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT | SEX | GNP | SEXUAL ABUSE | SOCIAL CAPITAL | EDUCATION | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME | PRIVATE COSTS | INCOME | INTERVENTION | POVERTY ALLEVIATION | TEEN PREGNANCIES | COUNTRY CONTEXT | FOOD CONSUMPTION | HEALTH INVESTMENTS | SOCIAL COSTS | ADOLESCENT HEALTH | CHILD HEALTH | COST-BENEFIT ANALYSES | TRADE LIBERALIZATION | DRUG USE | ADOLESCENTS | YOUTH HEALTH | YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT | MARGINAL COST | INFECTIONS | YOUTH DEVELOPMENT | CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES | POPULATION DYNAMICS | MENTAL HEALTH | NATIONAL RESEARCH | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH | SOCIAL EXCLUSION | CANCER | CAUSAL RELATIONSHIPS | ADOLESCENT | POLICY CHOICES | FAMILIES | ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS | HEALTH | MICRONUTRIENTS | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION | SUBSTANCE USE | POVERTY REDUCTION | TOBACCO | LABOR PRODUCTIVITY | HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS | COST EFFECTIVENESS | EXPLOITATION | POPULATION STUDIES | EDUCATION PROGRAMS | YOUTH | POLICY OPTIONS | YOUNG ADULTS | COMMUNICABLE DISEASES | DATA SETS | PHYSICAL ACTIVITY | IMMUNODEFICIENCY | ECONOMETRIC ESTIMATES | BENEFIT ANALYSIS | HUMAN CAPITAL | GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT | MALNUTRITION | HEALTH RISKS | QUALITY OF LIFE | UNEMPLOYMENT | HIV INFECTION | ABSOLUTE POVERTY | VIOLENCE | YOUNG PEOPLE | HEALTH CARE | PRODUCTIVITY | SAVINGS | TOBACCO USE | YOUTH-FOCUSED INTERVENTIONS
Paper
JAIDS-JOURNAL OF ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROMES, ISSN 1525-4135, 02/2019, Volume 80, Issue 2, pp. E41 - E47
Background: Young adults with HIV (YAHIV) are less likely to be retained in care or achieve viral suppression (VS) when seen in adult clinics. We assessed the... 
UNITED-STATES | youth-focused care | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | HIV | INFECTED YOUTH | ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY | HEALTH | IMMUNOLOGY | HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS | retention | ADOLESCENT
Journal Article
Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy, ISSN 1533-2691, 04/2010, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp. 95 - 112
The current study examined the effectiveness of a youth-focused relationship education curriculum in a sample of 1,430 adolescents attending health classes... 
low-income families | youth-focused relationship education | growth curve model | family structure | adolescents | Youth-focused relationship education | Low-income families | Adolescents | Growth curve model | Family structure
Journal Article
The Clinical Supervisor, ISSN 0732-5223, 07/2018, Volume 37, Issue 2, pp. 313 - 338
The purpose of this article is to present a framework outlining competencies required for effective clinical supervision within the context of community-based... 
Clinical supervision competencies | youth-focused social services | community-based multidisciplinary agencies | Literature reviews | Youth | Competence | Correctional treatment programs | Social services | Supervision
Journal Article
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