Essays about: "prevention programs"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 45 essays containing the words prevention programs.

  1. 1. Non-state crime prevention methods : Preventing youth crime

    University essay from Mittuniversitetet/Institutionen för humaniora och samhällsvetenskap; Mittuniversitetet/Institutionen för humaniora och samhällsvetenskap

    Author : Hampus Forss Norstedt; Jasmine Effie Malmqvist; [2021]
    Keywords : Non-state actors; crime prevention; youth crime; vulnerable areas;

    Abstract : The purpose for this qualitative study is to examine the crime prevention strategies against youth crime within non-state actors' work. As well as obtaining views of successes and challenges of this work in practice. READ MORE

  2. 2. A literature review -nurses’ interventions to prevent ESBLproducing bacterial infections

    University essay from

    Author : Juan David García; Tomás Gómez Vecchio; [2020-09-21]
    Keywords : infection prevention; infection control; nursing interventions; ESBL-producing bacteria; compliance; hygiene routines.;

    Abstract : ESBL-producing bacteria are the second most common antibiotic resistant bacterial groupoccurring in Sweden. Colonization caused by ESBL-producing bacteria pose a seriouschallenge for treatment of both common and life-threatening infections. READ MORE

  3. 3. Masculinity and HIV The impact of men’s masculinities on risky behaviour in Umgungundlovu district, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för socialt arbete

    Author : Ronald Byaruhanga; [2020-01-31]
    Keywords : HIV and AIDS; Masculinity; Risky behaviour.;

    Abstract : This study aimed at exploring the relationship between masculinities and HIV and AIDS. In so doing, the study sought to provide a thorough understanding of whether specific masculine identities influence men to indulge in unsafe sexual practices in uMgungundlovu District, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. READ MORE

  4. 4. FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION OF THE ELDERLY, WHAT IS THE WAY FORWARD?

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Institutionen för kriminologi (KR)

    Author : Richard Mambwe; [2020]
    Keywords : Fraud; elderly; risk factors; victimisation financial exploitation; crime prevention.;

    Abstract : Studies indicate that the elderly population is more susceptible to crime than other age group s as they are socially lonely and tend to stick to obvious behavioural patterns. The mental and physical limitations caused by old age further aids to a profile of a potential victim of fraud. READ MORE

  5. 5. A Novel Approach to Youth Crime Prevention: Mindfulness Meditation Classes in South African Townships

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Katharina Kneip; [2020]
    Keywords : Juvenile delinquency; youth aggression; crime; youth crime prevention; cost-effective; crime prevention; crime rates; psychometric; survey questionnaire; psychological scales; aggression scale; self-efficacy scale; regression analysis; quantitative study; empowerment; youth agency; youth development; development; sustainable approach; self-development; Psychology; Social Psychology; abuse; trauma; risk factors; protective factors; townships; poor area; violent area; Khayelitsha; Guguletu; Mitchell s Plain; Ghetto; Africa; South Africa; Cape Town; Cape Flats; school; mindfulness meditation; mindfulness; meditation; Kabat-Zinn; future; resilience; subconsciousness; subconscious brain; emotional brain; decision making; aggression; disruptive behavior; self-efficacy; self-esteem; self-regulation; emotional regulation; subconsciousness; subconscious behavioral patterns; Neuroscience; Political Science; Development Studies; Peace and Conflict; Uppsala; Jugendgewalt; Jugendkriminalität; Jugendaggression; Aggressionsbewältigung; Gewalt; Verbrechensrate; Gewaltrate; Jugendgewaltprävention; Gewaltprävention; Survey-Studie; Umfrage; psychologische Skalen; Aggressionsskala; Selbstwirksamkeitsskala; Regressionsanalyse; Quantitative Studie; Handlungsfähigkeit; Jugend; nachhaltig; Entwicklungsarbeit; Entwicklung; Selbstentwicklung; Psychologie; Sozialpsychologie; Missbrauch; Trauma; Risikofaktor; Schutzfaktor; Townships; Armenviertel; Konfliktgebiet; Ghetto; Cape Town; Cape Flats; Khayelitsha; Südafrika; Afrika; Schule; Primarschule; weiterführende Schule; Achtsamkeit; Meditation; Mindfulness Meditation; Kabat-Zinn; Zukunft; Resilienz; Aggression; Selbstvertrauen; Selbstwirksamkeit; Selbstbewusstsein; Selstregulierung; Emotionsregulierung; unbewusste Verhaltensmuster; Unterbewusstsein; Neurowissenschaft; Politikwissenschaft; Entwicklungsstudien; Friedensforschung; Uppsala; Ungdomskriminalitet; brottslighet; förebyggande av brott; enkätundersökning; psykologiska skalor; aggressionsskala; egeneffektivitetsskala; regression; kvantitativ; ungdomsutveckling; utveckling; självutveckling; psykologi; socialpsykologi; övergrepp; trauma; riskfaktorer; skyddsfaktorer; townships; fattiga område; kriminellt område; Khayelitsha; Afrika; Sydafrika; Kapstaden; skola; mindfulness meditation; mindfulness; meditation; Kabat-Zinn; framtid; motståndskraft; aggression; störande beteende; självförmåga; självkänsla; självreglering; emotionell reglering; neurovetenskap; statsvetenskap; utvecklingsstudier; fred och konfliktstudier; Uppsala;

    Abstract : Children growing up in poor areas with high crime rates are shown to easily get involved in violent actions and criminal gangs. In South Africa, despite considerable efforts to reduce youth delinquency, youth crime rates are still disturbingly high – specifically, in the townships of the Cape Flats. READ MORE