- with no direction home: homeless youth on the road and in the streets is an ethnography which describes the lives of youths living on the streets of new york city the author attempts to conduct her own research in order to dispute the false impressions that many previous researches have formed about the youths living on the street. Unicef's definition of street youth potentially excludes street families (street-family children who live with their family on the streets), 10 seasonal street workers (children who live on the streets only occasionally or seasonally), 10 and others. Resiliency research, supported by research on child development, family dynamics, school effectiveness, community development, and ethnographic studies capturing the voices of youth themselves, documents clearly the characteristics of family, school, and community environments that elicit and foster the natural resiliency in children. Street children as researchers: critical reflections on a participatory methodological process in the “growing up on the streets” research project in africa. Street-living children according to unicef are those street children who work and sleep in the streets in other words, street-living children live in the streets and are unlike street-working children who work in the streets and sleep at home.
The dereliction tourist: ethical issues of conducting research in areas of industrial ruination in his reflection on the ethnographic research in contemporary . Of ethnographic fieldwork in blantyre, the author tried to come to an understanding of the meaning of home for (former) home, malawi, street children, youth . Images of a deviant, wasted generation of 'nobody’s children' have become the dominant representation of street youth in latin america media representations sensationalize the drug-ridden, trash-laden places where these young people are often found, while international youth advocacy efforts rely on discourses of victimhood and helplessness .
This paper focuses on past, present, and potential future contributions of ethnographic research to describing and understanding “street cultures” of drug use and the implications these have for informing various interventions. Research focused on the impact of community-based services and treatment interventions designed to intervene in the lives of runaway and homeless youth has increased in the last two decades in the us and internationally. The epistemology of the known subject i propose does not stem from pure speculation, but from an attempt to approach, with the theoretical-methodological contributions of the three mentioned coexisting paradigms, the study of extreme poverty in the city of buenos aires, with a focus on people who define their home address as on the streets . Ethnography is thus a term that is used both as reference to the written product of the research process, usually assumed to be descriptive, and the research process itself ethnography, as a research process, is based on fieldwork.
This makes hecht to change his interest on home children, and he mainly tries to focus on every conversation between him and the street child, bruna verissimo 23 informants of the research the key informant of this research was bruna verissimo, a youth from streets of recife, in northeast brazil, spoke with tobias hecht over the course of . Karabanow, j and stewart, i methodological reflections on longitudinal qualitative research with street youth: policy versus practice in lessons from the field (eds fiona mcsweeney and david williams) routledge, usa. Methodological implications of contextual diversity in research on street children lewis aptekar home and off the streets thus, street girls, for the most part .
Marketing 3013 exam 2 while discussing an upcoming marketing research study of how the home decorating industry is affected by the teenage consumer, you . Street's, railroads, and the great strike it was a grave reflection of one of the most direct and damaging ways many people experienced the industrial revolution . Homeless children, also referred to as street children, are children who live and depend on the streets as their source of livelihoods and are not under the care of any responsible person they are inadequately protected and are vulnerable to exploitation, victimization and their economic and civil rights are at a high risk of abuse.
An annotated bibliography on children implications of contextual diversity in research on street children” children include children living at home, . Ambiguous agency: critical perspectives on social interventions with children and youth in africa using his ethnographic research with street children and child . Anderson used ethnography research methods to obtain his information on the african american’s in certain parts of the city in the 1990’s his research accounted for street violence and the disadvantaged african american in the communities.
Welcome to emory university's electronic thesis and dissertation repository . Life on the streets of durban: no millionaire ending this article is based on two years of engagement with children and youths living on the streets of durban our work was informed by critical and emancipatory frameworks and combined research and social work practice. Street children, human rights, and public health: a critique and future directions explanations for street children leaving home—when research on street . Intergenerational practice in the community: a focused ethnographic evaluation poor and either ‘lived on the streets’ or in an ﬁeld needs more ethnographic research in v .