Aspirations of Parents on the Development of their Children in Scouting: Case of Commune Ruashi, City of Lubumbashi

Kunda Kapwata
Abstract: Since the world is a world, children, especially men, like to play "the little soldiers": to be uniformly dressed to all, to walk by setting footsteps, singing with joy and aloud; to dance around their peers and for everything in the open air, without embarrassment ... It is in the youth movements in general, and in the scouting in particular that we meet these practices. It is through the method of inquiry assisted by participatory observation techniques and structured interview that we expect to know the contribution of Scouting in the development of children. This will be made possible thanks to the testimonials, opinions and considerations of the parents of the children in front of the interview that they will grant us and thanks to the various direct and indirect contacts with the parents and Scouts while we pretend to be Chief scout with the possibility of visiting the parents of our scouts. We will help other Scout leaders to use the Scouting Leaders of their respective Scout groups who will take this opportunity to learn the concept and practice of social surveys. We will use, after careful analysis, their protocols that we will interpret in order to present the results of our research.
Keywords: Aspiration, Development, Scouting, Informative Article, Psychology, Congo, Democratic Republic
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