Within the span of a year, two commissions, the Grant Foundation Commission on Work, Family and Citizenship, and the Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development, issued reports that framed challenges for the next decades.
- Young People
- Youth Development
- Positive Youth Development
- Problem Prevention
- Youth Worker
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Pittman, K., Irby, M., Ferber, T. (2001). Unfinished Business: Further Reflections on a Decade of Promoting Youth Development. In: Benson, P.L., Pittman, K.J. (eds) Trends in Youth Development. Outreach Scholarship, vol 6. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-1459-6_1
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