The Effects of Camp Adventure Programs on Improving Self-concept of Youth Participants in Hong Kong
LANGUAGE NOTE | Document text in English; abstract also in Chinese.
The purpose of the study was to identify the effects of camp adventure programs on improving the self-concept of youth participants with a view to providing management reference to enhance the value, quality and quantity of camp services in Hong Kong. A total of 339 respondents, aged from 12 to 25, answered the questionnaires. A thorough discussion has been made in accordance with the present findings on the following aspects: (a) the effects of camp adventure programs on improving different domains of self-concept of youth participants; and (b) to explore any possible factors and components that might contribute to the identified effects.
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