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Students come to see adolescents as active participants in their own development. Positive Prospects -A discussion of Canadian research about leisure activities and stress coping styles is included, as is Canadian research about coping style flexibility, and gender and coping -Canadian research on resilience in Aboriginal teens using photos and video is included -New Canadian findings regarding volunteering and physical health in teens has been added -Updated and Canadian research on extracurricular activities and engagement has also been added -Student engagement in the Northwest Territories is discussed -School based programs to ease transitions for Aboriginal students from band-based elementary schools to local high schools are presented -Youth participation in elections in Canada is discussed -The Free the Children charity is highlighted.
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