The effect of participation in school-facilitated community service programmes on students' self-esteem, sense of community engagement and attitudes to Christianity

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Reed, Luke Terrence. (2006). The effect of participation in school-facilitated community service programmes on students' self-esteem, sense of community engagement and attitudes to Christianity [Thesis]. https://doi.org/10.4226/66/5a94bb5b5e4df
AuthorsReed, Luke Terrence
Qualification nameMaster of Education (Research) (MEd(Res))
Abstract

Increasingly, student orientated service outreach programmes (community service) are being incorporated into the broad curriculum of Australian High Schools. The assumption made is that such programmes have tangible benefits for students, the community and the schools themselves. Schools that operate out of a Christian paradigm have the added incentive of seeking to assist students give personal expression to religious commitment through the service of others. This study tests the assumption that participation in community service or service outreach activities has positive benefits for the students involved. It explores the effect that student involvement in school-facilitated community service programmes has on three personal domains; self-esteem, sense of engagement with community, and attitude to Christianity...

Year2006
PublisherAustralian Catholic University
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.4226/66/5a94bb5b5e4df
Research GroupSchool of Education
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Publication dates18 Dec 2006
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