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Running head: Empowering Haiti s Youth !1 ! ! ! ! Empowering Haiti’s Youth with Leadership Through Education and Action: Investigating Their Perspectives and Lived Experiences ! ! ! ! Ryan Trudeau McGill University Montréal, Québec, Canada Department of Integrated Studies in Education February 2014 ! ! ! ! A thesis submitted to McGill University in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree Master of Arts in Education and Society from the Department of Integrated Studies in Education © Ryan Trudeau 2014
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Empowering Haiti s Youth Abstract Résumé Acknowledgements Dedication Chapter One: Introduction 1. The Haitian Context 2. Rationale For Study 3. Research Questions 4. Situating Myself in the Research 5. Overview of Thesis Chapter Two: Literature Review 1. Youth & Participation a) Participatory Research b) Youth Participation 2. Contexts of Youth Participation 3. Policy Making Influenced by Youth 4. Promises & Drawbacks 5. Haiti s Previous Educational Context 6. Haiti s Previous Educational Policies 7. Current & Future Educational Youth De 8. Discussion 9. Chapter Conclusion Chapter Three: Theoretical Framework & Methodology 1. Theoretical Overview a) Critical Theory b) Participatory Research c) Focus Groups d) Storyboard/drawing e) Photovoice
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Empowering Haiti s Youth f) The Process of Making Public 2. Recruitment Process 3. Addressing Language Issues 4. Ethical Consent 5. Empowering Youth Participants; Procedu a) Focus Groups b) Storyboard/drawing c) The Photovoice Sessions d) The Exhibition and the Process of M 6. Working With the Data 7. Chapter Conclusion Chapter Four: Findings 1. Introduction 2. Findings a) Claudostaïki b) Cyka c) Agissons Pour Haïti d) Intrepides e) EMINE’S f) IGM Promo g) Jeupenhache h) Nova 3. The Exhibition and Making Public 4. Emerging Themes a) Basic Electricity and Light at Home b) Abundant Structurally Challenged E 5. Results Breakdown 6. Chapter Conclusion Chapter Five: Conclusion 1. Summary
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Empowering Haiti s Youth 2. Limitations of Study 3. Implications of this Study & Recommendations 4. Future Directions 5. Final Reflections References Appendices Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix E ! Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 Figure 5 Figure 6 Figure 7 Figure 8 Figure 9 Figure 10 Figure 11 Figure 12 Figure 13 Figure 14 Figure 15 Figure 16
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Empowering Haiti s Youth Figure 47 Figure 48 Figure 49 Table 1 Table 2 Table 3 Table 4 ! !
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Empowering Haiti s Youth Abstract This research study seeks to better understand youth educational and leadership development in the post-earthquake and developmental context of Haiti through the perspective of Haitian youth. Through a qualitative exploration of the perspectives of Haitian youth this study investigates what Haitian youth identify as the barriers to their development in terms of
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