Social Participation of Rural Youth in Development in Two Villages in Kena Governorate in Egypt.

Abstract : Youth social participation is the process that developing partnerships between young people and adults in all areas of life so youth can take valued position in society and the community as a whole can benefit from their contribution, ideas and energies, This study analyze the kinds and the levels of social participation of rural youth in development in kena governorate in Egypt, Sample social survey approach was used in this study population was sampled from among rural youth of the age category (18-30) years, and the sample was selected by zone random sampling methods, from two study villages, in Keft the sample size was 150 youth, whereas in Aboutcht was 204 youth, data analyzed by SPSS (statistical package for social science), a major result of the study is the lowest youth participation in two village and this can be explain by centralization and adulate control, in addition to loss the trust in the governmental programs, finally, the study confirmed that local initiative is important for their participation.
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Saker El Nour. Social Participation of Rural Youth in Development in Two Villages in Kena Governorate in Egypt.. In International Conference of Territorial Intelligence, Oct 2007, Huelva, Spain. p. 547-562. ⟨halshs-00516290⟩

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