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Youth Violence and Pastoral Care: Pastoral Response of the Christian Community Towards the Youth Who Take Up Violence for Justice in Post-Colonial India (Moderne, Kulturen, Relationen) ePub download

by Herausgegeben Gerhard Droesser,Stephan Schirm,Roy Lazar Anthonisamy

  • Author: Herausgegeben Gerhard Droesser,Stephan Schirm,Roy Lazar Anthonisamy
  • ISBN: 0820465186
  • ISBN13: 978-0820465180
  • ePub: 1985 kb | FB2: 1490 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Churches & Church Leadership
  • Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing (January 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 415
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Youth Violence and Pastoral Care: Pastoral Response of the Christian Community Towards the Youth Who Take Up Violence for Justice in Post-Colonial India (Moderne, Kulturen, Relationen) ePub download

Pastoral Response of the Christian Community towards the Youth who . Roy Lazar Anthonisamy. Youth violence is indeed a challenge to pastoral care and many involved in youth ministry are trapped in a helpless situation.

Pastoral Response of the Christian Community towards the Youth who take up Violence for Justice in Post-Colonial India. Series: Moderne – Kulturen – Relationen. Enormous growth of violent escalation among youth in every country and culture is alarming.

Youth violence dramatically increases health, welfare and criminal justice costs; reduces productivity; and generally undermines the fabric of society. Beyond deaths, injuries and psychological harm, youth violence can lead to increased health risk behaviours such as smoking, substance abuse, unsafe sex, and further violence. These in turn are associated with chronic respiratory diseases, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, early pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.

It was established in 2003 and is currently published by Sage Publications. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice is abstracted and indexed in Scopus and the Social Sciences Citation Index

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The literature on youth parental violence and debates on the appropriateness of restorative justice for domestic or partner .

The dynamics of male youth offender cases are similar to those of their adult counterparts; and thus, the youth cases provide insight on the strengths and limits of restorative justice for partner violence.

Examples of youth violence include everything from date rape, homicides, and school shootings to gang violence . Additionally, a study by the APA found that youth violence can become a form of "street justice" in response to the lack of police protection or patrols in poorer neighborhoods.

Examples of youth violence include everything from date rape, homicides, and school shootings to gang violence and bullying. As a result, youth violence often manifests as gang violence, turf wars, gun wars, and other types of violence.

Youth on the Prow, and Pleasure at the Helm. Youth on the Prow, and Pleasure at the Helm (also known as Fair Laughs the Morn and Youth and Pleasure) is an oil painting on canvas by English artist William Etty, first exhibited in 1832 and currently in Tate Britain. Etty had been planning the painting since 1818–19, and an early version was exhibited in 1822.

Is the violence in our nature. We dream of the places where we never die. Нам снятся места, где мы можем жить вечно, We step from our shadows and into the light. И мы выходим из теней на свет. Are we not good enough?

The youth violence epidemic of the early 1990s is not over Risk factors for violence are different for youth with the early onset pattern compared to those with the late onset pattern

The youth violence epidemic of the early 1990s is not over. Confidential self-reports show that the numbers of young people involved in some violent behaviors remain at epidemic levels. Risk factors for violence are different for youth with the early onset pattern compared to those with the late onset pattern. The most powerful risk factors for children ages 6 to 11 who commit violence at ages 15 to18 are involvement in serious (but not necessarily violent) criminal acts and substance abuse. Table 1 identifies these and other known childhood risk factors.

Enormous growth of violent escalation among youth in every country and culture is alarming. Moreover, aversion to violence is rapidly diminishing and many young people regard violence as an effective and only means to achieve anything in life. Concepts like redemptive violence; just war, holy war, etc. evoke positive resonance. The situation of the youth in India is no exception to the general trend in the global community. Youth violence is indeed a challenge to pastoral care and many involved in youth ministry are trapped in a helpless situation. With the help of pastoral reflection and an interdisciplinary approach this book deals with theory and praxis of youth ministry in the context of violence and aggression among the youth in order to discern relevant strategies for an effective pastoral care.
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