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SLANG IN ENGLISH AND SLOVENE LYRICS
Petra Matko, 2013, diplomsko delo

Opis: Language is an important means of communication and an integral part of each person’s identity. Different social groups use different language varieties such as slang, jargon and argot. This paper concentrates on slang, the language which is popular among the youth and whose vocabulary is a subject of constant changes. Slang is a language variety which the young people use for expressing their feelings and beliefs about society in a different way. It is a spoken language; however it can be found in written form in electronic messages, short messages, lyrics and on numerous social network sites. The main aim was to analyze the use of slang in English and Slovene lyrics in three chosen music genres: pop, rock and rap music. Slang and its characteristics are described in the theoretical part. The focus is also on the use of slang in the Slovene language and on the influence of the English language on Slovene slang. In the empirical part, English and Slovene lyrics are classified into corresponding music genres. The results of analyzed slang words are presented and interpreted.
Ključne besede: Slang, influence of foreign languages, Slovene lyrics, English lyrics, music genres, youth
Objavljeno: 18.04.2013; Ogledov: 1771; Prenosov: 145
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NAMESTITVENE ZMOGLJIVOSTI ZA MLADE V SLOVENIJI NA PRIMERU INTERNATIONAL HOSTELLING FEDERATION (IHF)
Zoran Kačičnik, 2016, diplomsko delo

Opis: V diplomski nalogi smo obravnavali namestitvene zmogljivosti za mlade v mreži Hostelling International Slovenia. Namen naloge je bil opisati nočitvene zmogljivosti za mlade, opraviti celostni pregled in opis hostlov znotraj mreže HIS ter pripraviti analizo gibanja števila namestitvenih zmogljivosti in opravljenih nočitev za obdobje desetih let za hostle v mreži HIS in Slovenijo. Poleg tega smo predstavili mladinski turizem, International Youth Hostel Federation in Popotniško združenje Slovenije v okviru IYHF. Z metodo deskripcije, kompilacije, komparacije, klasifikacije, analize, sinteze in generalizacije smo na koncu podali trende in perspektive na področju mladinskih prenočišč ter ovrednotili pomen mladinskih prenočišč za slovenski turizem. Prišli smo do ugotovitve, da se je v Sloveniji v zadnjih desetih letih povečalo število mladinskih nočitvenih zmogljivosti kakor tudi število opravljenih nočitev v mladinskih prenočiščih. Ugotovili smo tudi, da mladinska prenočišča predstavljajo pomembno vlogo v sistemu nočitvenih zmogljivosti v Sloveniji. Vsi pridobljeni podatki kažejo na nadaljnjo rast namestitvenih zmogljivosti in opravljenih nočitev v hostlih v Sloveniji ter nadaljnjo rast mladinskega turizma
Ključne besede: mladinsko prenočišče, hostel, mladinski turizem, International Youth Hostel Federation (IYHF), Hostelling International Slovenia (HIS), Popotniško združenje Slovenije (PZS)
Objavljeno: 27.07.2016; Ogledov: 659; Prenosov: 100
.pdf Celotno besedilo (1,50 MB)

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Youth centre Zenica
Arnesa Kobić, 2016, magistrsko delo

Opis: This master thesis proposes a design project of the Youth centre Zenica and its urban surrounding, based on the theoretical research and urban and architectural analysis of the city of Zenica. According to the research, Zenica represents a cultural and educational centre but does not offer an appropriate facility for studying and entertainment of its citizens, especially the youth. Furthermore, the urban analyses showed that the selected urban site represents a specific urban setting and challenging urban and architectural task. As a solution, this master thesis proposes the extension of the city cafe Gradska kafana and its transformation into the Youth centre Zenica with all the necessary contents. The idea is complemented by the redesign of the urban site and connection with other parts of the city. As a result, the planned urbanism, creative architecture, and studied program are to provide for a long-term use of the building and the urban site, enrichment of the social and cultural life of the city and an opportunity for the formation of the new city centre.
Ključne besede: city cafe, youth centre, Zenica, culture, education, architecture, urbanism
Objavljeno: 09.02.2017; Ogledov: 1490; Prenosov: 148
.pdf Celotno besedilo (24,28 MB)

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The level of youth activism
Tatjana Borojević, Drago Vuk, Nataša Petrović, Dragoslav Slović, 2015, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: During the period from 2007 to 2014, and in addition to huge institutional changes, large steps were taken in the field of youth policy in the Republic of Serbia in order to create national resources which would have influence on the improvement of the youth status and life. On the other hand, the practice shows that the existence of the national framework for youth support, as a local service network intended for youths, is not a crucial prerequisite to change the current situation when it comes to improving the quality of life of young people, but that the existence of the critical level of youth activism is a key driving force that leads to changes. This paper presents an overview of the level of youth activism in the city of Belgrade. The results show that young people accept a proactive attitude to life when it comes to their personal or family problems and issues whilst the engagement in the social field and especially a political one are not seen as a preferable type of behaviour.
Ključne besede: youth, youth activism, participation, level of youth activism
Objavljeno: 20.11.2017; Ogledov: 440; Prenosov: 50
.pdf Celotno besedilo (951,02 KB)
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The transition of young people from study to employment in the light of student work
Vesna Novak, Anja Žnidaršič, 2018, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: Background and Purpose: We are living in a time of accelerated globalization, which has a far-reaching impact for youth employment. Therefore, the paper presents the problem of the transition of tertiary educated young people into the working environment in terms of the importance of education and gaining work experience during their studies. The main purpose of the study was to analyze the attitudes and thinking of students regarding the selection of studies and work experience that young people are gaining during their studies with student work in connection with their job prospects. Design/Methodology/Approach: The data used in our research come from a broader research on Slovenian Youths (SY) dating back to 2013. Among all the respondents of SY we selected those who classified themselves as students aged between 19 and 24, who filled out the part of the questionnaire pertaining to employment. The research hypotheses were tested with the analysis of variance (ANOVA) and independent samples t-test. Results: We found that among students who chose to study for different reasons there were differences in the belief that they will immediately find employment after graduating. We also found that between those students who supported themselves during their studies and those who only studied there were differences in individual statements regarding their transition from education to employment. We concluded that work during their studies, especially in the field of the profession they were studying for, had a positive impact on the thinking of students pertaining to the transition toward employment. Conclusion: The analysis of employment issues faced by young people with tertiary education was supported by empirical data, while in conclusion suggestions for improvement were presented. The article also deepens the understanding of the problems of youth employment in a broader perspective and the understanding of the observed developments in society.
Ključne besede: youth employment, tertiary education, work experience, job search
Objavljeno: 10.10.2018; Ogledov: 665; Prenosov: 198
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Giving voice to 'youth of today'
Anneke Evenepoel, Jenneke Christiaens, 2013, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: Purpose: The aim of this article is to present findings on a study into the field of prevention of youth crime and deviance in Belgium. This research took place within the framework of a European study YouPrev that involved six European countries. Design/Methods/Approach: On one hand, a school survey was conducted with youngsters aged between 14 and 17 years in three regions: an urban, a semi-rural/urban and a rural area. Based on the new ISRD-3, in addition to classic self-report questions, the instrument also focused on young people’s views and perceptions regarding practices and initiatives aimed at preventing youth delinquency. To enhance the richness of these results, group discussions and interviews with youngsters were organised in the same regions, addressing the same topic. Findings: The major finding was that the youngsters that participated in the study do not seem to be part of classical prevention target groups. They attach great importance to informal actors in controlling and preventing youth crime (while formal actors like police, social work and prevention services are the main professions involved in Belgium). When it comes to their possible deviant behaviour, the survey pointed out that the majority appear not to use alcohol and drugs in a problematic way, and they don’t seem to have much contact with police or other legal actors. Furthermore, the respondents have very limited experience with and knowledge about prevention activities in their area, not only about secondary and tertiary but also general prevention initiatives. This could imply that the ‘best’ prevention is the activity that is not brought forward and perceived as such, a new hypothesis that would be interesting for further research. Research Limitations / Implications: Conducting research in the field of prevention should move beyond the school and more into the field of prevention practices, from different epistemological perspectives. This implies that the actual target groups of these practices should be included and be given a voice. If we want to find out more about ‘best practices’ in the prevention of youth crime, it is essential to question the views and perspectives of youngsters who were actually involved in prevention projects. Practical Implications: To take into account the views of the target groups in the study of the field of youth crime prevention may open up new, and maybe very different, directions for policy and practice on how to approach and react to youth delinquency and deviance. In an European Study regarding the prevention of youth deviance and violence (“YouPrev: Youth deviance and youth violence: A European multi-agency perspective on best practices in prevention and control”), Belgium, Germany, Hungary, Portugal, Slovenia, and Spain have conducted surveys among 13 to 17 year old students. Based on the new ISRD-3 instrument, in addition to the classic selfreport questions, the survey also focused on their perceptions and views regarding practices and initiatives aimed at preventing youth delinquency. In this article, we will present the results collected in Belgium. The aim is to stimulate reflection and contribute to the international discussion regarding a very popular topic today by adding the perspective of the seemingly ‘unpopular’ key players.
Ključne besede: prevention, youth crime, young people’s perspective, Belgium
Objavljeno: 23.04.2020; Ogledov: 176; Prenosov: 5
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Youth drug and crime prevention practices in Hungary as reflected in the opinions of students and professionals
Fruzsina Albert, Olga Tóth, 2013, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: Purpose: In this article, we will try to compare how different actors view/experience current prevention practices of youth delinquency in Hungary. Design/Methods/Approach: We use both qualitative and quantitative data regarding the views of the professionals involved in working with young people and 14–17 year old students’ opinions on existing prevention programs on youth violence and delinquent behaviour and their perceived effectiveness. Findings: The repressive approach, although increasingly important, is not considered very effective. The educational system seems to be the best framework for prevention, but also community development should be important, as useful freetime activities and locations for such are widely missing. Central policy making efforts could be useful to introduce elements of crime prevention (in the broadest sense) in the school curricula. There is a significant difference between the opinion of students and professionals regarding the role of teachers in prevention activities. While experts consider that teachers should play an increased role in prevention in the future, young people are often quite sceptical about these actors. Originality/Value: A unique feature of this article is that it brings together and can reflect opinions of the actors involved in prevention.
Ključne besede: youth delinquency, crime prevention programs, efficiency, Hungary
Objavljeno: 23.04.2020; Ogledov: 161; Prenosov: 4
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Adolescents as delinquent actors and as targets of preventive measures
Anabel Taefi, Thomas Görgen, Benjamin Kraus, 2013, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: Purpose: The article aims at examining the prevalence of deviance and delinquency in a sample of students, at explaining property and violent offending via risk factors and examining students’ experiences with and views on preventive approaches. Design/Methods/Approach: Data stem from a school survey conducted among 2186 13–17 year old male and female students, who attended school in an urban or a rural northwest area of Germany. The instrument was developed on the basis of the new ISRD-3 questionnaire and included newly developed questions on students’ experiences with and views on preventive actors and approaches. Descriptive as well as multivariate methods are applied. Findings: Deviance and delinquency were found to be widespread, but mostly of low severity. Different predictors for violent and property offending can be found. Groups of students with differential involvement in delinquency show clearly differentiated profiles with regard to risk factors. Evaluations of preventive actors and approaches are very similar across groups of students with differential delinquent involvement. Research Limitations / Implications: Special schools have been excluded from the sample. Generally, school surveys may fail at including high risk individuals, such as students who skip school. Practical Implications: Findings hint at the importance of including peers and family in preventive approaches. Originality/Value: Extension of a self-report study among youngsters as targets of prevention with questions on their experiences and evaluations of preventive approaches may give implications on differential receptiveness of young people for preventive approaches.
Ključne besede: self-reports, deviance and delinquency, prevention, youth violence, substance abuse
Objavljeno: 23.04.2020; Ogledov: 197; Prenosov: 5
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