Knowledge, attitudes, and commitment concerning evidence-based prevention programs: Differences between family and consumer sciences and 4-H youth development educators

TitleKnowledge, attitudes, and commitment concerning evidence-based prevention programs: Differences between family and consumer sciences and 4-H youth development educators
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsPerkins, D, Mincemoyer, CC, Chilenski, S, Spoth, R, Olson, J
JournalJournal of Extension
Volume52
Issue3
Date PublishedJune 2014
Abstract

Differences were examined among FCS and 4-H youth development educators related to knowledge, perceptions and attitudes towards evidence-based and other prevention programs. FCS educators were more knowledgeable of evidence-based programs and had more favorable perceptions and attitudes toward-evidence based and other pre-packaged programs.

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Article 3FEA6

URLhttps://archives.joe.org/joe/2014june/a6.php