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Nurturing Pillars of SocietyUnderstanding and Working with the Young Generation in Hong Kong$
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Francis Wing-lin Lee

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9789888028801

Published to Hong Kong Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5790/hongkong/9789888028801.001.0001

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Working with “Youth-at-Risk”

Working with “Youth-at-Risk”

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(p.93) 8 Working with “Youth-at-Risk”
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Nurturing Pillars of Society
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Francis Wing-lin Lee

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Hong Kong University Press
DOI:10.5790/hongkong/9789888028801.003.0008

Members of street gangs or Triad are usually referred to as “youth-at-risk” or “marginal youth.” There are several approaches that social workers use in analyzing these clients—the conventional approach, the RGC approach, the group transformation approach, the de-group approach, and the case-in-group approach. However, not all those who have relevant training may be perceived as a good detached worker. Interventions of this sort require social workers to have knowledge of developmental characteristics, the needs of adolescents, small-group theory, and Triad subculture. Social workers must possess programming and organizing skills that aid in developing relationships. Also, these workers have to possess certain personality characteristics for them to be able to facilitate group interventions.

Keywords:   conventional approach, RGC approach, group transformation approach, de-group approach, case-in-group approach, skills, personality characteristics, social workers, knowledge

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