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Positive Peer Culture

by Harry H. Vorrath

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Published by Aldine Pub. Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adolescence,
  • Small groups,
  • Group relations training,
  • Adolescent psychology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementHarry H. Vorrath, Larry K. Brendtro.
    ContributionsBrendtro, Larry K.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ796 .V685 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiii, 173 p. :
    Number of Pages173
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2858880M
    ISBN 100202360377, 0202360385
    LC Control Number84021570

    Positive Peer Culture as a Solution to Juvenile Delinquency. Positive peer culture, where there is a group identity, a set of tasks and skills, the idea of teamwork, capable adult supervision and guidance and some positive outcomes or goals is the best thing for children. There is plenty of positive peer culture if we look at the thousands. Traditional characterizations of the police culture have focused on describing the shared values, attitudes, and norms cre-ated within the occupational and organizational environments of policing (Paoline, , p. ). However, some research has begun to investigate the assumptions asso-ciated with a single police culture.

    The Positive Peer Culture (PPC) treatment model was developed by Vorrath and Brendtro () in response to the failure of conventional treatment approaches to effectively deal with negative peer pressure among troubled youth. It is grounded in theories of social psychology and argues that social context is a powerful determinant of thoughts Cited by: An enlarged and revised edition of the authors' pioneering work on building positive youth culture, Positive Peer Culture retains the practical orientation that made the original attractive to teachers and youth workers, while adding new material on positive peer culture (PPC) in schools and community settings, research on PPC, and guidelines for maintaining program effectiveness .

      An enlarged and revised edition of the authors' pioneering work on building positive youth culture, Positive Peer Culture retains the practical orientation that made the original attractive to teachers and youth workers, while adding new material on positive peer culture (PPC) in schools and community settings, research on PPC, and guidelines for maintaining program Reviews: Harry H. Vorrath is the author of Positive Peer Culture ( avg rating, 28 ratings, 3 reviews, published )4/5.


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Positive Peer Culture by Harry H. Vorrath Download PDF EPUB FB2

This revision of an important and path-breaking work holds to its central argument that troubled young people can develop self-worth, significance, dignity, and responsibility only through commitment to the positive values of helping and caring for enlarged and revised edition of the authors' pioneering work on building positive youth culture, Positive Peer Culture /5(18).

An enlarged and revised edition of the authors' pioneering work on building positive youth culture, Positive Peer Culture retains the practical orientation that made the original attractive to teachers and youth workers, while adding new material on positive peer culture (PPC) in schools and community settings, research on PPC, and guidelines for maintaining program effectiveness and quality.

Concepts of positive peer culture Cited by: Positive Peer Culture. This revision of an important and path-breaking work holds to its central argument that troubled young people can develop self-worth, significance, dignity, and responsibility only through commitment to the positive values of helping and caring for others.4/5.

Positive Peer Culture. This revision of an important and path-breaking work holds to its central argument that troubled young people can develop self-worth, significance, dignity, and responsibility only through commitment to the positive values of /5(4).

The PPC approach is based on the powerful influence of peers. Its goal is to orient the peer culture in a positive direction, with its central premise being that positive values come about as a result of helping and caring for others. In a PPC program, adolescents are asked if any particular action will help, or hurt others.

This revision of an important and path-breaking work holds to its central argument that troubled young people can develop self-worth, significance, dignity, and responsibility only through. Positive Peer Culture. This revision of an important and path-breaking work holds to its central argument that troubled young people can develop self-worth, significance, dignity, and responsibility only through commitment to the positive values of 3/5(1).

The Positive Peer Culture (PPC) model focuses on improving social skills and cultivating strength in youth by developing teen’s care and concern for others in a group setting. Rather than an authority figure demanding obedience, a peer requires responsibility for actions.

Clarke, A. Three therapeutic residential care models, the sanctuary model, positive peer culture and dyadic developmental 81 psychotherapy and their application to the theory of congruence.

Children Australia, 36, 2, 81– DOI /jcas Therapeutic residential care is a service model being fundedFile Size: KB. An enlarged and revised edition of the authors' pioneering work on building positive youth culture, Positive Peer Culture retains the practical orientation that made the original attractive to teachers and youth workers, while adding new material on positive peer culture (PPC) in schools and community settings, research on PPC, and guidelines for maintaining program effectiveness and quality.

Concepts of positive peer culture. Positive Peer Culture, this note prefaced the text: This book is dedicated to the true founders of Positive Peer Culture, those strong and noble young people who comprehend the power of caring.^' A focus on strengths of youth was central to the philosophies of early twentieth century pioneers in youth work.

Janusz Korczak, Maria Montessori, andFile Size: KB. Book titles include: The Drive to Thrive, Deep Brain Learning, The Resilience Revolution, Reclaiming Youth at Risk, Reclaiming Our Prodigal Sons and Daughters, Positive Peer Culture, and The Other 23 Hours.

Training and Consultation. Has trained professionals in 20 nations in fields of education, treatment, child and youth care, and juvenile. Positive Peer Culture utilizes a conflict resolution approach where relationships are built through care, trust and service toward others.

Most likely, if your daughter has picked the “wrong crowd” of friends, she was a part of a “negative peer culture”. Positive Peer Culture is credited to Harry Vorrath and Larry Brendtro (), whose book, Positive Peer Culture, is generally considered the introductory text for anyone interested in implementing a PPC program.

Positive Peer Culture refers to the positive power that peer influence can have when it is redirected from hurting (irresponsible) to. This revision of an important and path-breaking work holds to its central argument that troubled young people can develop self-worth, significance, dignity, and responsibility only through commitment to the positive values of helping and caring for enlarged and revised edition of the authors' pioneering work on building positive youth culture, Positive Peer Culture.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Responsibility: Harry H. Vorrath. the advantages of when we use this peer influence to reclaim troubled youth.

When a teacher starts at JHHS, they are given material to read to become better acquainted with the PPC style. Within the Positive Peer Culture book by Harry Vorrath, there were several studies that related well with the population worked with at JHHS.

Buy Positive Peer Culture (Modern Applications of Social Work) 2 by Eversley, D.E.C. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(13). Group approaches have historically been very popular in treatment facilities for juvenile offenders.

Although many of the techniques are descriptively, well documented, there is a shortage of evaluation research assessing the impacts of this type of treatment, especially as it relates to helping youth live independently in community settings.

This manuscript describes a unique critique of peer Cited by: COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

An enlarged and revised edition of the authors' pioneering work on building positive youth culture, Positive Peer Culture retains the practical orientation that made the original attractive to teachers and youth workers, while adding new material on positive peer culture (PPC) in schools and community settings, research on PPC, and guidelines for maintaining program effectiveness 4/5(27).Positive Peer Culture His book described his pioneering model as primarily peer driven, with students holding one another accountable.

Vorrath posited that this change can happen through “self worth, significance, dignity, and responsibility only as they become committed to positive values of caring and helping of others” (page xi). An enlarged and revised edition of the authors' pioneering work on building positive youth culture, Positive Peer Culture retains the practical orientation that made the original 4/5(28).