DetailsPDF - אנשים ישראל

Australian Youth Social and cultural Issues


Workload: Six day extensive, 4 Credit Points, 39 Contact Hours
Status: Elective
Prerequisites: none
When: 2 Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays in Semseter 1 2014, 27-29 March and 8-10 May
Lecturer: Graham Stanton

Join us for this extensive unit of study with Graham Stanton, the previous Principal of Youthworks College. Graham is keen to help students develop skills for engaging theologically with contemporary culture.

Learning Outcomes

(a) To introduce the candidate to the Bible’s teaching on young people;
(b) To help the candidate begin to articulate a theology of ministry with young people and to some models of ministry with them;
(c) To outline major aspects of youth culture in Australia;
(d) To provide an opportunity for the candidate to undertake supervised practical work.

Content

Section A: Biblical, Theological, Historical and Strategic Foundations for Youth Ministry with an Introduction to Youth in Society.

1. The Bible’s teaching on youth and young people.
2. Developing a theology of youth ministry. Biblical authority in a postmodern world. Relational theology. Incarnation and reconciliation.
3. Historical overview of Christian youth ministry in Australia, especially since World War 2.
4. An examination and development of strategic models of youth ministry; motivation; goals; content; methodologies.

Section B: Youth Today

5. A survey of the place and understanding of youth in western society.
6. Major aspects of youth cultures in Australia, in thelight of secularisation. The changing nature of youth subcultures.
7. The beliefs and values of significant youth subcultures, including varieties of household types, ethnicity, rural or urban contexts; students, workers and the unemployed. The contexts where young people gather.

Bibliography

Butcher, T. (ed.), Emerging Youth Cultures Urban Australia (Melbourne: Pluto, 2003).

Dean, K., C. Clark and D. Rahn, Starting Right:Thinking Theologically about Youth Ministry (Grand Rapids: Youth Specialties; Zondervan, 2001).

Fields, D., Your First Two Years in Youth Ministry (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2002).

Heflin, H., Youth Pastor: The Theology and Practice of Youth Ministry (Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press, 2009).

Higgs, M., Youth Ministries from the Inside Out (Downers Grove, IL: IVP, 2004).

Jones, T., Postmodern Youth Ministry (Grand Rapids:Youth Specialities; Zondervan, 2001).

Mason, M. C., A. Singleton and R. Webber, The Spirit of Generation Y: Young People’s Spirituality in a Changing Australia (Mulgrave, Vic: John Garratt Publishing, 2007).



Share this article





Related Posts


Australian Youth culture
Australian Youth culture
Australian Population history
Australian Population history

Latest Posts
AUS Country
AUS Country
For many Australians the…
Demographics of Australia
Demographics…
In the past Australia…
What Food does Australia Eat?
What Food does…
> So, what s on…
Christmas dinner ideas Australia
Christmas dinner…
By Melissa Klemke Nobody…
Aboriginal religious experience
Aboriginal religious…
Aboriginal spirituality…
Aboriginal culture information
Aboriginal culture…
What is ACHRIS? The Aboriginal…
Search
Featured posts
  • Social and cultural groups in Australia
  • Australian Youth culture
  • Australian Population history
  • Australian Sports history
  • Australian Sacred Sites
  • Indigenous Australians facts
  • Australian Customs Adelaide
  • Australian customer Service Awards
  • Australian Custom knife Maker
Copyright © 2017 l www.ugg-australia.org. All rights reserved.