Three factors that influence the educational achievement and socio-emotional functioning of adolescents

Three factors that influence the educational achievement and socio-emotional functioning of adolescents

(a)    discuss the theoretical rationale for the influence of the chosen factors on adolescents’ educational achievement and socio-emotional

functioning;
(b)    review the breadth of empirical support for the influence of the chosen factors on adolescents’ educational achievement and socio-emotional

functioning;
(c)    identify and discuss implications for teachers, school-based and community support personnel (e.g., counsellors, learning support personnel)

and parents or caregivers emerging from the influence of the chosen factors on adolescents’ educational achievement and socio-emotional functioning.

Australian youth: social and cultural issues (Book)
Nilan, P., Julian, R., & Germov, J. (2007). Australian youth: social and cultural issues (pp. 1-20). Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Prentice Hall.

READINGS
1.1   Youth as a social construct and social actor (Book)
Flanagan, C. A., & Syvertsen, A. K. (2006). Youth as a social construct and social actor. In L. R. Sherrod, C. A. Flanagan, R. Kassimir, & A. K.

Syvertsen (Eds.), Youth activism: an international encyclopedia, vol. 1 (pp. 11-19). Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
1.2   The entrepreneurial self and ‘youth at risk’: exploring the horizons of identity in the twenty-first century (Journal)
Kelly, P. (2006). The entrepreneurial self and ‘youth at risk’: exploring the horizons of identity in the twenty-first century, Journal of Youth

Studies, 9, 17-32. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.
1.3   Is generation Y apolitical and apathetic?: Young people and politics (Conference Paper)
Huntley, R. (2005). Is generation Y apolitical and apathetic?. In Young people and politics, Sydney, NSW: Evatt Foundation.
1.4   Living in the world risk society (Journal)
Beck, U. (2006). Living in the world risk society, Economy and Society, 35, 329-345.
2.1   The world according to Y: inside the new adult generation (Book)
Huntley, R. (2006). The world according to Y: inside the new adult generation (pp. 24-40). Crows Nest, NSW: Allen and Unwin.
2.2   Growing up as risky business?: risks, surveillance and the institutionalized mistrust of youth (Journal)
Kelly, P. (2003). Growing up as risky business?: risks, surveillance and the institutionalized mistrust of youth, Journal of Youth Studies, 6, 165-

180. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.
2.3   Youth, education and risk: facing the future (Book)
Dwyer, P., & Wyn, J. (2001). Youth, education and risk: facing the future (pp. 13-34,149-159). London: RoutledgeFalmer.
3.1   Choosing this life: narratives of choice among house sharers (Journal)
Kenyon, E., & Heath, S. (2001). Choosing this life: narratives of choice among house sharers, Housing Studies, 16, 619-635. Retrieved from Business

Source Complete database.
3.2   Globalising inequalities: new patterns of social privilege and disadvantage (Book)
Pakulski, J. (2004). Globalising inequalities: new patterns of social privilege and disadvantage (pp. 15-35). Crows Nest, NSW: Allen and Unwin.
3.3   Reflexivity of contemporary youth, risk and cultural capital (Journal)
Threadgold, S., & Nilan, P. (2009). Reflexivity of contemporary youth, risk and cultural capital, Current Sociology, 57, 47-68. Retrieved from

Humanities & Social Sciences database.
3.4   Youth and habitus at three Australian schools: perceptions of ambitions, risks and the future in reflexive modernity (Unpublished Work)
Threadgold, S. Youth and habitus at three Australian schools: perceptions of ambitions, risks and the future in reflexive modernity, pp. i-x,1-300.
4.1   Teenage sexuality, body politics and the pedagogy of display (Website)
Giroux, H. A. Teenage sexuality, body politics and the pedagogy of display.
4.2   Displaying practices of masculinity: critical literacy and social contexts (Journal)
Young, J. P. (2001). Displaying practices of masculinity: critical literacy and social contexts, Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy: a Journal

from the International Reading Association, 45, 4-14. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.
4.3   Future girl: young women in the twenty-first century (Book)
Harris, A. (2004). Future girl: young women in the twenty-first century (pp. 13-36). New York, New York: Routledge.
4.4   Risky pleasures?: club cultures and feminine identities (Book)
Hutton, F. (2006). Risky pleasures?: club cultures and feminine identities (pp. 1-130). Aldershot, Hampshire: Ashgate.
5.1   Figure eights, spin outs and power slides: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth and the culture of joyriding (Journal)
Dawes, G. (2002). Figure eights, spin outs and power slides: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth and the culture of joyriding, Journal of

Youth Studies, 5, 195-208. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.
5.2   ‘That’s my Australian side’: the ethnicity, gender and sexuality of young Australian women of South and Central American origin (Journal)
Zevallos, Z. (2003). ‘That’s my Australian side’: the ethnicity, gender and sexuality of young Australian women of South and Central American origin,

Journal of Sociology: the Journal of the Australian Sociological Association, 39, 81-98. Retrieved from Humanities & Social Sciences database.
6.1   Social capital in the creation of human capital (Journal)
Coleman, J. S. (1988). Social capital in the creation of human capital, The American Journal of Sociology, 94, S95-S120. Retrieved from JSTOR

database.
6.2   The influence of social and economic disadvantage in the academic performance of school students in Australia (Journal)
Considine, G., & Zappala, G. (2002). The influence of social and economic disadvantage in the academic performance of school students in Australia,

Journal of Sociology: the Journal of the Australian Sociological Association, 38, 129-148. Retrieved from Humanities & Social Sciences database.
6.3   Allgemeinbildung – readiness for living in risk society (Website)
Elmose, S., & Wolff-Michael, R. Allgemeinbildung – readiness for living in risk society. University of Victoria, Victoria.
7.1   The return of ‘labour-as-commodity’?: the experience of casual work in Australia: (Conference Paper)
Pocock, B., Prosser, R., & Bridge, K. (2005). The return of ‘labour-as-commodity’?: the experience of casual work in Australia. Association of

Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand, Sydney, NSW.
7.2   Getting real: young women and girls, working futures, VET and VET in schools (Book)
Women in Adult and Vocational Education, & Security 4 Women (2005). Getting real: young women and girls, working futures, VET and VET in schools (pp.

1-57). St Kilda, Vic.: Security4Women.
7.3   School students views on their working and learning in the workplace (Book)
Smith, E., & Wilson, L. (2002). School students views on their working and learning in the workplace (pp. 1-34). Leabrook, SA: National Centre for

Vocational Education Research.
8.1   Risk-need assessment inventories for juvenile offenders in Australia (Journal)
Thompson, A. P., & Putnins, A. L. (2003). Risk-need assessment inventories for juvenile offenders in Australia, Psychiatry, Psychology, and Law: an

Interdisciplinary Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 10, 324-333. Retrieved from Informaworld

database.
8.2   At risk but not antisocial: changes from childhood to adolescence (Journal)
Vassallo, S., Smart, D., Sanson, A., & Dussuyer, I. (2004). At risk but not antisocial: changes from childhood to adolescence, Family Matters:

Newsletter of the Australian Institute of Family Studies, 13-21. Retrieved from Humanities & Social Sciences Collection database.
9.1   Adolescent self-efficacy, self-esteem and sexual risk-taking (Journal)
Rosenthal, D., Moore, S., & Flynn, I. (1991). Adolescent self-efficacy, self-esteem and sexual risk-taking, Journal of Community and Applied Social

Psychology, 12, 77-88. Retrieved from Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection database.
9.2   Drugs and youth cultures: is Australia experiencing the ‘normalization’ of adolescent drug use? (Journal)
Duff, C. (2003). Drugs and youth cultures: is Australia experiencing the ‘normalization’ of adolescent drug use?, Journal of Youth Studies, 6, 433-

447. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.
9.3   Suicides: recent trends, Australia, 1993 to 2003 (Government Publication)
(2004). Suicides: recent trends, Australia, 1993 to 2003. The Bureau.
10.1   Contemporary influences on the spirituality of young people: implications for education (Journal)
De Souza, M. (2003). Contemporary influences on the spirituality of young people: implications for education, International Journal of Children???s

Spirituality, 8, 269-279. Retrieved from Religion and Philosophy Collection database.
10.2   Student spirituality and educational authority (Journal)
Tacey, D. (2002). Student spirituality and educational authority, International Journal of Children’s Spirituality, 7, 171-182. Retrieved from

Informaworld database.
11.1   Inside subculture: the postmodern meaning of style (Book)
Muggleton, D. (2000). Inside subculture: the postmodern meaning of style (pp. 1-206). Oxford, Oxfordshire: Berg.
12.1   Teens on the internet: interpersonal connection, identity, and information (Book)
Greenfield, P., Gross, E. F., Subrahmanyam, K., Suzuki, L. K., & Tynes, B. (2006). Teens on the internet: interpersonal connection, identity, and

information. In R. Kraut, M. Brynin, & S. Kiesler (Eds.), Computers, phones, and the internet: domesticating information technology (pp. 185-200).

Oxford, Oxfordshire: Oxford University Press.
12.2   Teenage communication in the instant messaging era (Book)
Boneva, B., Quinn, A., Kraut, R., Keisler, S., & Shklovski, I. (2006). Teenage communication in the instant messaging era. In R. Kraut, M. Brynin, &

S. Kiesler (Eds.), Computers, phones, and the internet: domesticating information technology (pp. 201-218). Oxford, Oxfordshire: Oxford University

Press.
12.3   Communication technology and friendship during the transition from High School to College (Book)
Cummings, J. N., Lee, J. B., & Kraut, R. (2006). Communication technology and friendship during the transition from High School to College. In R.

Kraut, M. Brynin, & S. Kiesler (Eds.), Computers, phones, and the internet: domesticating information technology (pp. 265-278). Oxford, Oxfordshire:

Oxford University Press.
Module 1   Adolescent development (Journal)
Steinberg, L., & Morris, A. S. (2001). Adolescent development, Annual Review of Psychology, 52, 83-110.
Module 2   ‘Joking about lying about lying’: teen caught in her own web of deceit (Journal)
Preiss, B. (2011). ‘Joking about lying about lying’: teen caught in her own web of deceit, The Sydney Morning Herald, 10 Jun.
Module 4   Gender differences in educational achievement to age 25 (Journal)
Gibb, S. J., Fergusson, D. M., & Horwood, L. J. (2008). Gender differences in educational achievement to age 25, The Australian Journal of Education,

52, 63-80. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.
Module 5   The meaning of race in psychology and how to change it: a methodological perspective (Journal)
Helms, J. E., Jernigan, M., & Mascher, J. (2005). The meaning of race in psychology and how to change it: a methodological perspective, The American

Psychologist, 60, 27-36. Retrieved from PsycARTICLES database.
Module 5   Racial and ethnic stratification in educational achievement and attainment (Journal)
Kao, G., & Thompson, J. S. (2003). Racial and ethnic stratification in educational achievement and attainment, Annual Review of Sociology, 29, 417-

442. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.
Module 6   My school redux: re-storying schooling with the My school website (Journal)
Gannon, S. (2012). My school redux: re-storying schooling with the My school website, Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Pollitics of Education, 34,

1-14. Retrieved from Humanities International Complete database.
Module 6   My school: transparency or league table? (Journal)
Holden, S. (2010). My school: transparency or league table?, Teacher: the National Education Magazine, 63. Retrieved from Humanities & Social

Sciences Collection database.
Module 7   Adolescents and the world of work (Book)
Staff, J., Messersmith, E. E., & Schulenberg, J. E. (2009). Adolescents and the world of work. In R. M. Lerner, & L. Steinberg (Eds.), Handbook of

adolescent psychology (3rd ed., pp. 270-313). Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley.
Module 8   Adolescence: continuity, change, and diversity (Book)
Cobb, N. J. (2010). Adolescence: continuity, change, and diversity (7th ed., pp. 392-393). Sunderland, Massachusetts: Sinauer Associates.
Module 9   Predictors of adolescent self-rated health: analysis of the National Population Health survey (Journal)
Vingilis, E. R., Wade, T. J., & Seeley, J. S. (2002). Predictors of adolescent self-rated health: analysis of the National Population Health survey,

Canadian Journal of Public Health = Revue Canadienne de Sante?? Ppublique, 93, 193-197.
Module 10   Public school religion education and the ‘hot potato’ of religious diversity (Journal)
Byrne, C. J. (2009). Public school religion education and the ‘hot potato’ of religious diversity, Journal of Religious Education, 57, 26-35,37.

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