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An Investigation of the Enhanced Relationship between Participants in Lifeskills Courses and the Environment

An Investigation of the Enhanced Relationship between Participants in Lifeskills Courses and the Environment

An Investigation of the Enhanced Relationship between Participants in Lifeskills Courses and the Environment

The Lifeskills Project views lifeskills acquisition holistically as a participatory and action-oriented process in the context of the environment. Humans are part of their environment and the environment is inextricably linked to human interaction. A process of action research, the needs expressed by particIpants and the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP), as well as the link between lifeskills and the environment contributed to the inception of the project. The research findings indicate the advantages of intervention grounded in experimental learning. Participatory lifeskills interventions are potent mediums for change. Such interventions based on exprimental learning can promote empowerment capacity building. The report is one of several emanating from the Human Needs, Resources and the Environment (HNRE) Programme, which was initiated by the Department of Environment Affairs and Tourism, The HSRC co-ordinated the funding of the programme.

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  • Format: 205mm x 295mm
  • Pages: 112
  • ISBN 13: 978-07969-1947-2
  • Rights: World Rights

The Lifeskills Project views lifeskills acquisition holistically as a participatory and action-oriented process in the context of the environment. Humans are part of their environment and the environment is inextricably linked to human interaction. A process of action research, the needs expressed by particIpants and the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP), as well as the link between lifeskills and the environment contributed to the inception of the project. The research findings indicate the advantages of intervention grounded in experimental learning. Participatory lifeskills interventions are potent mediums for change. Such interventions based on exprimental learning can promote empowerment capacity building. The report is one of several emanating from the Human Needs, Resources and the Environment (HNRE) Programme, which was initiated by the Department of Environment Affairs and Tourism, The HSRC co-ordinated the funding of the programme.

Chapter 1. Introduction and Rationale
Chapter 2. Broad Background
Chapter 3. Conceptual Constructs
Chapter 4. Procedures
Chapter 5. Methods
Chapter 6. Results
Chapter 7. Conceptual Framework: A Model
Chapter 8. Conceptual Model: In Practice
Chapter 9. Conclusion

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