Youth creating disaster recovery and resilience: A multi-site arts-based youth engagement research project. Fletcher, S., Cox, R. S., Scannell, L., Tobin-Gurley, J., & Peek, L. Children, Youth and Environments, 2016.
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Youth have historically been understudied in disaster research and largely excluded in practice. Yet, a growing body of evidence suggests that they want to be actively engaged, and when they are, can contribute in myriad ways to disaster preparedness, response, and recovery processes. This field report describes the Youth Creating Disaster Recovery and Resilience (YCDR2) project—a CanadianUnited States applied research initiative aimed at learning from and with youth ages 13-22 about their disaster experiences. The project used creative and arts-based methods to engage youth in participatory workshops held in disaster-affected communities. Key findings, research and implementation challenges, successes, and lessons learned are discussed.
@article{fletcher_youth_2016,
	title = {Youth creating disaster recovery and resilience: {A} multi-site arts-based youth engagement research project},
	volume = {26},
	issn = {15462250},
	shorttitle = {Youth creating disaster recovery and resilience},
	url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7721/chilyoutenvi.26.1.0148},
	doi = {10.7721/chilyoutenvi.26.1.0148},
	abstract = {Youth have historically been understudied in disaster research and largely excluded in practice. Yet, a growing body of evidence suggests that they want to be actively engaged, and when they are, can contribute in myriad ways to disaster preparedness, response, and recovery processes. This field report describes the Youth Creating Disaster Recovery and Resilience (YCDR2) project—a CanadianUnited States applied research initiative aimed at learning from and with youth ages 13-22 about their disaster experiences. The project used creative and arts-based methods to engage youth in participatory workshops held in disaster-affected communities. Key findings, research and implementation challenges, successes, and lessons learned are discussed.},
	language = {en},
	number = {1},
	urldate = {2019-12-24},
	journal = {Children, Youth and Environments},
	author = {Fletcher, S. and Cox, R. S. and Scannell, L. and Tobin-Gurley, J. and Peek, L.},
	year = {2016}
}
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