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Volume 17 Issue 3 (International Journal on Disability and Human Development) $125.00
Special issue: Helping young people with greater psychosocial needs: The project P.A.T.H.S. in Hong Kong
Edited by Daniel TL Shek, Janet TY Leung, Tak Y Lee, and Joav Merrick


EDITORIAL

Helping young people with greater psychosocial needs: The Project P.A.T.H.S. in Hong Kong
Daniel TL Shek, Janet TY Leung, Tak Y Lee, and Joav Merrick

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

What we learned from the insiders: A qualitative evaluation of a community-based positive youth development program in Chinese contexts
Cecilia MS Ma, Daniel TL Shek, Moon YM Law, and Jackie WL Law

Promotion of positive youth development through a horticultural therapy program among Chinese adolescents
Cecilia MS Ma, Daniel TL Shek, and Moon YM Law

Success factors of a community-based positive youth development program: Project P.A.T.H.S. in Hong Kong
Ben Law and Daniel TL Shek

Identification of success factors of the community-based Project P.A.T.H.S. in Hong Kong
Ben Law and Daniel TL Shek

Factors contributing to the success of a life and career planning program based on the positive youth development approach
Janet TY Leung and Daniel TL Shek

Perceived benefits of a life and career development program adopting positive youth development approach in Hong Kong
Janet TY Leung and Daniel TL Shek

Qualitative evaluation of a positive youth development program for low-achieving students: Findings based on focus groups
Janet TY Leung and Daniel TL Shek

Did students apply what they had learned from a positive youth development program in their real-life situations?
Tak Yan Lee, Andrew YT Low, and Anthy LY Ngai

Does studentsí academic ability make a difference in the learning outcomes of a positive youth development program in Hong Kong?
Tak Yan Lee, Andrew YT Low, Jerf Yeung, and Yuki X Jin

Subjective experience of early adolescents after joining a positive youth development program in Hong Kong
Andrew YT Low, Tak Yan Lee, and Roger KL Lau

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