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Understanding leisure-related program effects by using process data in the HealthWise South Africa Project
(American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration, 2008)
As the push for evidence-based programming gathers momentum, many human services programs and interventions are under increased scrutiny to justify their effectiveness across different conditions and populations. ...
Leisure constraints for adolescents in Cape Town, South Africa: a qualitative study
(Taylor and Francis, 2010)
This study identified leisure constraints, constraints negotiation strategies, and their relative frequencies among 114 high school students from one under-resourced area of South Africa. Through focus group discussions, ...
Leisure boredom and high school dropout in Cape Town, South Africa
This prospective cohort study investigated whether leisure boredom predicts high school dropout. Leisure boredom is the perception that leisure experiences do not satisfy the need for optimal arousal. Participants completed ...
“The pen is a powerful weapon; it can make you change”: The value of using reflective writing with adolescents
(Occupational Therapy Association of South Africa, 2017)
INTRODUCTION: Adolescent programmes have been criticised for implementing activities but not allowing opportunities for reflection. One way that reflection can be facilitated is through writing. This paper describes the ...
Linking Life Skills and Norms with adolescent substance use and delinquency in South Africa
(National Institute of Health, 2013)
We examined factors targeted in two popular prevention approaches with adolescent drug use and delinquency in South Africa. We hypothesized adolescent life skills to be inversely related, and perceived norms to be directly ...