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Global Conference on Children and Youth

About Proceeding

We’re pleased to announce that Oxford, UK will be the host for the Global Conference on Children and Youth from 26th to 28th November 2021. The GCCY 2021 conference _a hybrid event with in-person conference and live-stream virtual sessions_ will bring together research, policy, and practice professionals as well as youth, individuals, agencies, organizations, and community partners to create awareness, highlight successful strategies, learn about research findings, explore new practices and actions and address today’s critical issues with respect to children and youth. The conference will feature expanded sessions for in-depth learning and discussions focused on interrelated topics and conference tracks. We look forward to welcoming attendees – oral and virtual speakers, listeners, poster presenters – to connect, reconnect, and share perspectives.

Table Of Contents

Understanding Children’s Dignity:  Perspectives of Biracial Filipino Children and Their Caregivers

Maria Margarita R. Lavides, PhD
There is a lack of research about the biracial children’s perspective of their dignity. The available literature on children’s dignity are mainly based on adults’ point of view. To address this gap, ten biracial children from poor communities in Angeles City, Philippines were invited to take part in the research.

The Influence of Social Class On Risk Behaviors Among College Students: The Mediating Role of Family Violence

Yuechen Lu, Baoping Ma
In recent years, various kinds of risk behaviors among urban and rural adolescents have increasingly aroused public concern. To explore the influence mechanism of social class and family violence on risk behaviors and the mediating effect in this process, this study selected 216 students from universities in Beijing and Hebei for a questionnaire survey based on the principle of convenient sampling.

The Perception of Tweens (Ages 8-12) On The Impact of Their Leadership Experiences in House Church Ministries On Their Self-Concept Development

Christi Park Min
his qualitative study is designed to explore how tweens’ (age 8-12) leadership practice influences their self-concept development as a mechanism of social adjustment. The purpose of the current study is articulated in the following three research questions: (a) What is the influence on self-concept development? (b) What environment/relational factors impact self-concept?

Student Hardships: Hopelessness, Resilience and Social Support

Anukriti Dixit
ndia has been struck hard by COVID-19 since the very beginning of 2020. In the past 1.5 years, we have learned, evolved, and dealt with deadly stages of the virus affecting the mass on a chronic level. Facing such a prolonged, unpredictable, and stressful event, may produce pessimistic life expectations of the future, along with feelings of hopelessness.

Factors Influencing Social Media Addiction Among High School Students in Thailand: An Exploratory Factor Analysis

Poksorn Dhammathattariya, Noawanit Songkram,Piyawan Visessuvanapoom, Krerk Piromsopa
Social media addiction has now become an increasingly significant issue because it can affect the emotional health, family relationships, and life events of users. Moreover, it has been shown to decrease daily usage control for academia and recreational activities, especially among youths.
Conference Dates
Friday, 26 Nov 2021 - Sunday, 28 Nov 2021
St Anne’s College , Oxford , United Kingdom

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