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Young People and Adults Working Together | Talking Across Generations (Dulwich Centre Journal 1996 Issue 4)
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Dulwich Centre Publications / Booklet/Pamphlet / 1996-12-01 / X19964
Collaborative Therapies
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This publication offers stories from young people and adults about working across generations. Its aims include: to provide practical examples of work between younger and older people that is offering the potential for change, and that is enriching the lives of those who are involved; to give voice to some of the experiences of young people within our culture, the dilemmas that are being faced, and the issues that are being explored; to invite readers to consider what partnerships between older and younger people might look like, and how we might work together on issues that our communities are facing.

Contents:

Introduction: Dilemmas and Dreams: Speaking out as a Young Woman
Taruna McLean

Lyrics: Beating Boredom Starts from the mouth

The Journey: A Narrative Approach to Adventure-based Therapy
Aileen Chesire & Dorothea Lewis

Albert Namatjira, my family, racism and me
Mark Trudinger

How we learnt that Scratching can really be self abuse: Co-research with young people
Sharon Nosworthy and Kerry Lane

Famine in Africa, pollution in Papua New Guinea, homelessness in Manilla: We hear about this on television but what does this have to do with us?
Amy Ralfs

Caucusing as communication
Sharon Nosworthy and Kerry Lane

Power and Partnership? Challenging the sexual construction of schooling
David Denborough

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