Bellefeuille And Ricks Analysis

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It is important to look at the different settings in which children and youth develop and engage in. Bellefeuille and Ricks (2010) argue that “Relational inquiry is the backbone of conducting Child and Youth Care practice whether it is inquiry that fosters learning for the purpose of service or for the purpose of creating knowledge” (pg.1235), which can relate back to the importance of understanding the environments where children and youth participate and grow and how it can be used as a tool to analyse research and data, as well as to develop effective programming. Two common places that can be looked at in order to comprehend children and youth and their interactions and development are communities and social networks. Eccles and Gootman

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