Risky Behaviour and Social Activities

The risky and risk-seeking behaviour of young people has long been of concern to policy makers given the influence it can have on young people’s education and other longer-term outcomes. This study explored young people’s involvement in risky behaviour during secondary school. It also looked at social activities that young people engage in, and how these may prevent or reduce risky behaviour. Leadership Briefings Issue 4.08 (44)

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