Self Esteem and Incarcerated Youth

By Richard B Kautz and Shirley A. Leali.

Published by The Learner Collection

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Article: Print $US10.00
Article: Electronic $US5.00

A research project designed to determine if a significant self-esteem difference existed among incarcerated and non-incarcerated youth.

International Journal of Learning, Volume 8. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 47.957KB).

Richard B Kautz

Rich Kautz received a BA in secondary education for the University of South Dakota, a MA from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, USA in 2000. Kautz has been a math and social studies instructor at the Weber Valley Detention Center in Roy, Utah since 1992.

Dr Shirley A. Leali

Shirley Leali is an Associate Professor at Weber State University. She has taught elementary school, middle and high school mathematics. She was named Who's Who's in Science and Engineering 1999; has expertise in Gender Equity in Mathematics Education issues and currently teaches mathematics methods to pre-service elementary teachers in the College of Education. She received a BA from the University of Denver, a MA from the University of Colorado, and a PhD from the University of Denver (Denver, Colorado, USA).

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