Citations with the tag: YOUNG adults
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- NSW budget.
// Youth Studies; Nov90, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p5
Reports that the New South Wales Government has provided a 21-page extract from its 1990-1991 Budget on Programs for Young People. Programs included in the extract.
- Transients or citizens: The economics of the transition to...
Dwyer, Peter; Stewart, Fiona // Youth Studies; Nov90, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p52
Discusses the issues raised in the second research project report `Transients or Citizens: The economics of the transition to adulthood,' which provides an analysis of the costs associated with various aspects of young people's pathways to independent status in Australian society. Expectations...
- Music Man redux: 'got to give Iowa a try'
Axtman, Kris // Christian Science Monitor; 7/12/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 161, p1
Reports on efforts to improve Iowa's image and thereby retain the state's population of young people.
- Japanese-style slackers work, but get a life.
Aoi, Yasue // Christian Science Monitor; 4/20/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 104, p1
Discusses the growing number of young Japanese who are rejecting the assumption that they should join the big corporations that dominate the economy.
- The Crib: Providing refuge for young adults.
MAXWELL, CARRIE // Windy City Times; 3/9/2011, Vol. 26 Issue 23, p10
The article focuses on a shelter for displaced young adults called The Crib in Chicago, Illinois.
- Forget the `X,' please.
Liebman, Hanna // MediaWeek; 8/2/93, Vol. 3 Issue 31, p10
Complains about the Generation X label given to 20-30-year-olds. Generation X as lost, confused and alienated; Mentality that Generation X's lives were destined to be pitiful; Significance of Generation X in marketing.
- The worst crime of all.
Liebman, Hanna // IPA Review; Spring90, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p24
Reports that Australia's new breed of conservative young people in 1990 pose a greater threat to society than criminality among the youth according to Dr. Carmen Lawrence, Western Australia's Premier. How the conservatives are destined to play a leading role in shaping the country's future.
- JFNA to close down Project Otzma.
Liebman, Hanna // New Jersey Jewish News; 11/15/2012, Vol. 66 Issue 46, p9
The article offers information on the plans of the Jewish Federations of North America to close its flagship for the Otzma Israel program related to post-college young adults in New Jersey.
- YASD white house conference planning kit.
Liebman, Hanna // Emergency Librarian; Jan/Feb91, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p72
Discusses information about Young Adult Services Division's (YASD) kit called `YASD White House Conference Planning Kit,' for the White House Libraries and Information Services in Washington July, 1991. Purpose of the kit; What the kit contains.
- Moving towards better services for young people.
Liebman, Hanna // Children & Young People Now; 3/26/2008, p33
A photograph of the young people from Rotherham, England during the awarding of the National Youth Agency (NYA) Quality Mark is presented.
- Reading Lifelines.
Rochman, Hazel // School Library Journal; Oct88, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p39
Presents an adaptation from a speech given at 'Still Great in '88: Reevaluating 21 Years of YASD's Best Books for Young Adults lists,' a preconference sponsored by the Young Adult Services Division.
- MLA Resolutions Endorse YA Services.
Rochman, Hazel // School Library Journal; May76, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p18
Reports on the approval of a series of resolutions by the members of the Adult and Young Adult Services Division of the Maryland Library Association, which is aimed at bolstering young adult services. Appointment of a staff member with the responsibility of providing statewide advisory...
- A Checklist for High/Low Books for Young Adults.
Munat, Florence Howe // School Library Journal; Apr81, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p23
Presents a checklist to help identify and evaluate high interest/low reading level books for young adults. Physical characteristics of books measured; Determination of reading levels; Style and approach used; Subject matter considerations.
- Best books for young adults, 1999.
Munat, Florence Howe // Booklist; 03/15/99, Vol. 95 Issue 14, p1297
Presents a list of books appropriate for young adults ages 12 to 18, compiled by the Young Adult Library Services Association for 1999. Includes `The Amazing True Story of a Teenage Single Mom,' by Katherine Arnoldi; `Invisible Enemies; Stories of Infectious Disease,' by Jeanette Farrell; `Go...
- Have I got a list for you.
Cart, Michael // Booklist; 03/15/99, Vol. 95 Issue 14, p1324
Offers a personal selection of the 12 best books for young adults in 1999. Criteria for inclusion in the list; Books receiving the most number of citations fro various book lists and literary awards; Background information about the books.
- Get Rid of the Parents?
Werlin, Nancy // Booklist; 7/1/99, Vol. 95 Issue 21, p1934
Focuses on young adult (YA) novels. Focus of YA novels; Role of parents in YA books; Examples of YA novels. INSET: The Parent Trap.
- Characterizations in High-Interest/Low-Vocabulary Level Fiction.
Williams, Helen E. // School Library Journal; Feb87, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p31
Analyzes high-interest/low vocabulary-level fiction books that appeared on the 1984 and 1985 lists compiled by the High-Interest/Low-Literacy Level Materials Evaluation Committee of the Young Adult Services Division of the American Library Association. Determination of whether high/low...
- A Pox on Some of Your Houses.
Eaglen, Audrey B. // School Library Journal; Jan88, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p45
Focuses on the annual book list produced by the Young Adult Services Division's Best Books for Young Adults (BBYA) Committee. Reasons for the dissatisfaction of young adults and school librarians with the BBYA list; Structure and function of the committee; Nomination of potential BBYA listmakers.
- 'Grokking' the YA Cult Novels.
Sutton, Roger // School Library Journal; Oct83, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p131
Discusses the books and literature that have appeal on young adults and the proliferation of cult novels. Difference between a cult book and a simply popular book; Characters in the young adult cult novel; Cult books circulating among teenagers in the 1980s.
- Unmet Needs in YA Books.
Gallo, Donald R. // School Library Journal; Nov81, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p48
Examines aspects that needs to be change in young adult (YA) literature. Settings of the novel; Use of first-person narrators; Lack of contemporary religious experiences found in YA literature; Role of adult females play in YA novels.
- Matchmaker, Matchmaker.
Sutton, Roger // School Library Journal; Jan87, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p40
Offers insights on young adult librarianship. Interactions between librarians and their patrons; Librarian's role of connecting human beings with books; Details of an editorial in the August-October 1986 issue of 'VOYA' which lauded a librarian for helping a lonely young man.
- Transitioning to Adult Health Care Facilities for Young Adults With a Chronic Condition.
Lewis-Gary, Marian D. // Pediatric Nursing; Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p521
Presents a study which addressed strategies to assist young adults in transitioning from pediatric care centers to adult health care centers. Description of the transition process; Strategies for health care providers during the transition process; Barriers to the transition process.
- Processes of Adaptation in the Youth Community.
Sviridov, N.A. // Russian Education & Society; Nov2002, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p26
Investigates the process of adaptation to the conditions of unstable society among the young people in Russia. Employment status of the economically active population; Indicators of social adaptation; Factor influencing the transformation of value orientation.
- The Shaping of the Economic Consciousness of Upper-Grade Students in General Education Schools.
Solodova, G.S.; Kharchenko, I.I. // Russian Education & Society; Nov2002, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p39
Examines the components of economic consciousness and social quality of the younger generation in Russia. Attitudes towards wealth; Level of satisfaction with the economic situation; Choice of action in a situation of unemployment.
- Drive Me Crazy.
Strasser, Todd // Scholastic Scope; 10/4/99, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p6
Presents the script of a play entitled `Drive Me Crazy,' based on the movie starring Melissa Joan Hart and the novel `Girl Gives Birth to Own Prom Date,' by Todd Strasser.
- FIGHTING AGE.
Sims, Stacy // Cincinnati; Apr2003, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p26
Discusses the way by which one can create an environment to stay young even if one is getting older. Factors that can help to maintain one's youth; Invitation extended to friends to attend the birthday party; Snacks served at the party.
- Study: Few CUs Do Good Job In Capturing Young Adults Market.
Sims, Stacy // Credit Union Journal; 7/28/2003, Vol. 7 Issue 30, p5
Reports on findings of a study by Filene Research Institute which showed the potential of the young adult market to credit unions in the United States. Failure of credit unions to capture the young adult market; Filene's gathering of research experts and credit union practitioners in a workshop...
- Temporally Jittered Speech Produces Performance Intensity, Phonetically Balanced Rollover in Young Normal-Hearing Listeners.
Miranda, Terence T.; Pichora-Fuller, M. Kathleen // Journal of the American Academy of Audiology; Jan2002, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p50
This study investigates whether temporally jittered stimuli will produce performance-intensity, phonetically balanced (PI-PB) rollover in young adults with normal heading. Although not yet explicitly stated in the literature, there is clinical and theoretical evidence to suggest that PI-PB...
- Predictive factors for disability pension - An 11-year follow up of young persons on sick leave due to neck, shoulder, or back diagnoses.
Borg, Karin; Hensing, Gunnel; Alexanderson, Kristina // Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; Jun2001, Vol. 29 Issue 2
:Aims: Although back diagnoses are recurrent and the main diagnoses behind sickness absence and disability pension surprisingly few longitudinal studies have been performed. This study identifies predictive factors for disability pension among young persons initially sick-listed with back...
- Browning Unveils One-Size-Fits-All Bow.
Borg, Karin; Hensing, Gunnel; Alexanderson, Kristina // Bowhunter; Aug/Sep2005, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p136
Talks about young archers.
- Pop Goes the School.
Borg, Karin; Hensing, Gunnel; Alexanderson, Kristina // Current Health 1; Oct2006, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p4
This article focuses on a study which found that the more soda young adults drank, the more fast food they ate.
- Thank you, Uncle Arthur.
BEDFORD, FAITH ANDREWS // Country Living; Jan1999, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p30
Focuses on the expression of young people on their appreciation and gratitude. Value of expressing appreciation.
- Create a Youth Hall of Fame in your school, or district.
BEDFORD, FAITH ANDREWS // Curriculum Review; Apr2002, Vol. 41 Issue 8, p7
Focuses on the Youth Hall of Fame award for students in California. Categories of the award; Contact information; Identification of young adults providing community services.
- Young travellers urged to curb holiday recklessness.
BEDFORD, FAITH ANDREWS // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland; 5/5/2003, Issue 2562, p15
Reports on the failure of a number of young adult travellers on holiday to purchase travel insurance, according to a survey conducted in Great Britain.
- Paperbacks for YA.
White, Valerie // Emergency Librarian; Jan/Feb93, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p61
Comments on a variety of books for young adults. `A Candidate for Murder,' by Joan Lowery Nixon; `Jack's Back,' by Norah McClintock; `Shadows on the Wall,' by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor.
- Hard choices: Getting where you want to go.
Chance, Rosemary // Emergency Librarian; Mar/Apr96, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p57
Recommends several book titles for young adults including `The Unlikely Romance of Kate Bjorkman, `Noticing Paradise,' by Ellen Wittlinger, `Facing the Music,' by Margaret Willey, `A Time for Dancing,' by Davida Wills.
- Banks bid to fill generation gap.
Rubach, Emma // Precision Marketing; 11/8/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p12
Focuses on the interests of banks in Great Britain in luring customers in the graduate levels or young people who just graduated from college. Increased competitions among banks and the emergence of Internet banking; Concerns over customer retention; Attitudinal shift in the generation;...
- Payback time for high street banks.
McKelvey, Charlie // Precision Marketing; 11/8/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p15
Comments on the interests of banks in getting the market of young consumers. Attitudinal shift of young consumers in financial management and investments; Increased competition among banks in getting the young consumer market.
- Youth suicidal behavior: Completions, attempts and ideations.
Page, Randy M. // High School Journal; Oct/Nov96, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p60
Studies the suicidal behavior among young adults in the United States. Ideations about suicide; Indicators and signs of potential suicide; Guidelines in dealing with suicidal youth; School and community suicide prevention strategies.
- Researcher reaches Xers with her focus groups on the road.
Miller, Cyndee // Marketing News; 1/2/95, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p10
Focuses on Project X, a road trip designed to give sponsoring marketers the feel for the lifestyles and attitudes of the Generation X people. Benefits in terms of cost saving; Views from Liz DiPilli, initiator of the project; Voicing out of young people's marketing opinions.
- Raising hell.
Miller, Cyndee // New Internationalist; May97, Issue 290, p6
Reports on the arrest of a group of young Egyptians with charges on Satanism and blasphemy. Organization of private parties in remote desert areas; Drug abuse; Engagement in group sex; Practice of homosexual acts.
- What they do to their own.
Miller, Cyndee // New Orleans Magazine; Nov2001, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p15
No abstract available.
Miller, Cyndee // New Moon; Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p10
Presents several poems for young adults.
- Australian YA fiction--a catalyst for innovation and evolution.
MacMath, Russ // Orana; Nov96, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p232
Analyzes the innovation of the young adult fiction books of Australia. Reinforcement of traditional conservative values; Reviews of several books; Observations of imported books.
- Puppy Love.
Miller, Helen Louise // Plays - The Drama Magazine for Young People; Dec2000, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p16
The article presents the script of the play "Puppy Love," by Helen Louise Miller.
- Somebody's Santa.
Nolan, Paul T. // Plays - The Drama Magazine for Young People; Dec2000, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p25
The article presents the script of the play "Somebody's Santa," by Paul T. Nolan.
- The Bishop's Candlesticks.
Olfson, Lewy // Plays - The Drama Magazine for Young People; Dec2000, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p58
The article presents the script of the play "The Bishop's Candlesticks," adapted from Victor Hugo's "Les Miserables" by Lewfy Olson.
- Who Killed Hamlet?
Sodaro, Craig // Plays - The Drama Magazine for Young People; Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 60 Issue 4, p4
No abstract available.
- Salute Mr. Washington.
Brink, Carol Ryrie // Plays - The Drama Magazine for Young People; Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 60 Issue 4, p17
No abstract available.
- Winning Combination.
Snelling, Dorothy // Plays - The Drama Magazine for Young People; Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 60 Issue 4, p27
No abstract available.