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The Drum Circle Project: A Qualitative Study with At-Risk Youth in a School setting/Projet De Cercle De Tambours : éTude Qualitative Auprès De Jeunes À Risque En Milieu Scolaire

@inproceedings{Snow2010TheDC,
  title={The Drum Circle Project: A Qualitative Study with At-Risk Youth in a School setting/Projet De Cercle De Tambours : {\'e}Tude Qualitative Aupr{\`e}s De Jeunes {\`A} Risque En Milieu Scolaire},
  author={Shelley Snow and Miranda D’Amico},
  year={2010}
}
INTRODUCTIONYouth are 'at-risk' for many things in today's culture, and the term 'at-risk youth' is a common one. Educators define the term as referring to those young people who are at-risk for dropping out of school (Druian & Butler, 1987]. Mental Health professionals focus on depression, suicide and drug addiction as the areas that many youth face as serious risks (Dr. Lois M. Colle, Lecture, 2004, McGiIl University]. Often, dropping out of school is linked to an increase in risk for health… 
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