Empathy, social values and civic behaviour among early adolescents in Ireland: policy and curriculum review and key informant perspectives
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Boylan, C., Brady, B., Silke, C, Dolan, P. (2019). Empathy, Social Values and Civic Behaviour among Early Adolescents in Ireland: Policy and Curriculum Review and Key Informant Findings. Galway: UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre.
This study aims to generate empirical evidence regarding the values and experiences of youth in Ireland towards a range of issues which reflect a sense of social responsibility towards others, including an analysis of factors that influence the development of social values and empathy. It also aims to review the degree to which national policy and curriculum supports the promotion of such values.