Building Blocks of Professionalism: Values, Principles, and Ethics in Youth Work

Deena M. Zubulake

Abstract


This research began with questions about youth work professionalism and discovering the why and how behind youth work practice. This article explores relationship-centered values, principles of positive youth development, and ethics of professional youth work as the foundation for informing and guiding youth work professional practice.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/jyd.2017.483

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