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Original article | International Journal of Progressive Education 2020, Vol. 16(5) 49-69

Using Popular Productions in the Development of Counselor Candidates’ Preventive Competencies: 13 Reasons Why

Erol Esen & Melda Meliha Erbaş

pp. 49 - 69   |  DOI:   |  Manu. Number: MANU-2004-15-0001

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The aim of this study is to examine the views of the counselor candidates about preventive interventions and problem behaviors, and the use of popular productions in increasing competencies related to preventive interventions in the context of “13 Reasons Why” series. The participants of this study are sanior students of Guidance and Counseling undergraduate program in Turkey. In this research, purposeful sampling method was used, and 30 students who attended the "School Based Preventive Guidance and Counseling" course and followed at least ten episodes of the "13 Reasons Why" series’ first season were participants. Phenomenological design which is a qualitative research methods was used in the study. The findings point out four themes; risk and protective factors, awareness of suicide, preventive interventions, and professional-personal development. The findings of the study were discussed in the light of the literature.

Keywords: Prevention, Counselor Candidates, “13 Reasons Why”

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APA 6th edition
Esen, E. & Erbas, M.M. (2020). Using Popular Productions in the Development of Counselor Candidates’ Preventive Competencies: 13 Reasons Why . International Journal of Progressive Education, 16(5), 49-69. doi: 10.29329/ijpe.2020.277.4

Esen, E. and Erbas, M. (2020). Using Popular Productions in the Development of Counselor Candidates’ Preventive Competencies: 13 Reasons Why . International Journal of Progressive Education, 16(5), pp. 49-69.

Chicago 16th edition
Esen, Erol and Melda Meliha Erbas (2020). "Using Popular Productions in the Development of Counselor Candidates’ Preventive Competencies: 13 Reasons Why ". International Journal of Progressive Education 16 (5):49-69. doi:10.29329/ijpe.2020.277.4.

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