Mentoring relationships for youth: Investigation of a process‐oriented model

@inproceedings{Parra2002MentoringRF,
  title={Mentoring relationships for youth: Investigation of a process‐oriented model},
  author={Gilbert R. Parra and David Lane Dubois and Helen A. Neville and Aalece O. Pugh-Lilly and Nan Povinelli},
  year={2002}
}
We investigated a process-oriented model of mentoring using data on 50 relationships in a Big Brothers/Big Sisters program. Data were collected on a monthly basis from both mentors and youth over a one-year period; relationship benefits for youth were assessed at the end of the year by each type of informant. The degree to which relationships were continued throughout the one-year period also was assessed. Path analyses using both youth and mentor report data revealed relations among study… CONTINUE READING

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