Change It Up! What Girls Say About Redefining Leadership

Patricia A. Dawson

Abstract


A national study conducted by Girl Scouts of the USA and Fluent, a New York-based research firm explores the leadership aspirations of girls and boys. Over 4,000 youth were included in the study which examines perceptions, behaviors, experiences and attitudes regarding leadership. The executive summary includes numerous tables and charts highlighting the research findings and comparative responses of boys and girls. Readers will find the results from this study to be of great value when designing youth leadership programs.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/jyd.2008.301

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