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A qualitative assessment of inner city elementary school children's perceptions of their neighborhood.

Auteur
POLIVKA (B.J.); LOVELL (M.); SMITH (B.A.)1
[1] USA. University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Collectivité auteur
Ohio State University College of Nursing. Columbus Ohio. USA
Source
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING, Vol 15, N° 3, 1998, pages 171-179, 24 réf.
Type de document
ARTICLE
Langue
Anglais
Résumé
Three hundred seventy-nine youths from an inner city elementary school were surveyed to determine their perceptions of their neighborhood. Using a qualitative, word association format, older students responded to 20 descriptive words (e.g., dirty, safe, quiet, dangerous) while younger youths drew pictures in response to three words (safe, sad, happy). Using content analysis techniques, findings indicated that the youths found neighborhood areas and residents that were perceived as safe, quiet, beautiful, friendly, fun/happy, and helpful. However, safety issues and a dirty, noisy neighborhood also emerged as major themes. Collaborative initiatives focusing on cleaning up the neighborhood and reducing violence are suggested, as are areas of intervention and further research.
Mots-clés BDSP
Sécurité Environnement Evaluation Enfant Homme Etats Unis Amérique du Nord Amérique Psychométrie
Mots-clés Pascal
Perception sociale Milieu scolaire Sécurité Environnement Evaluation Enfant Homme Zone urbaine Etats Unis Amérique du Nord Amérique Analyse qualitative Psychométrie
Mots-clés Pascal anglais
Social perception School environment Safety Environment Evaluation Child Human Urban area United States North America America Qualitative analysis Psychometrics
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Identifiant BDSP
167974
Création de la notice
1998-11-27
Dernière mise à jour
1998-11-27

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