Good Intentions: The Beliefs and Values of Teens and Tweens Today (2009), a national study conducted by the Girl Scout Research Institute (GSRI) in partnership with Harris Interactive explores what youth today value and how they go about making decisions, based on research conducted with 3,263 3rd to 12th graders from around the country. This work builds on a study published in 1989 by GSUSA and paints an encouraging picture about a generation of youth responsible to themselves and to others, and who value diversity, acceptance, and communtiy involvement. It also highlights the important role that adults play in helping girls to actualize their good intentions. Soft cover - 52 pages.
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