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BERT

The study objectives: assess different patterns and experiences of youth involvement in the arts and examine these in relation to demographic characteristics of young people; identify successful and sustained engagement in the arts and evaluate factors which are perceived to inhibit and facilitate it; analyse young peoples attitudes to youth arts participation; highlight perceived need and opportunities in the arts which remain unfulfilled. However what is clear is that there remains a significant gap in the research evidence directly linking arts participation and the promotion of mental wellbeing and resilience. Finally arts enabled older people of all capacities to engage in meaningful social participation and make a valued contribution to their relationships and communities indicating the potential of participatory arts to alleviate loneliness and social isolation experienced in care homes. RESULTS The data showed that involvement in participatory arts helped to address issues of loneliness and social isolation by promoting the social relationships between older people and between older people and staff in care homes. DISCUSSION The findings demonstrate the impact of participatory arts on the social relationships between older people and between older people and staff in care homes with the potential to address issues of loneliness and social isolation.

GPT2

The study objectives: assess different patterns and experiences of youth involvement in the arts and examine these in relation to demographic characteristics of young people; identify successful and sustained engagement in the arts and evaluate factors which are perceived to inhibit and facilitate it; analyse young peoples attitudes to youth arts participation; highlight perceived need and opportunities in the arts which remain unfulfilled. since item produced evidence that indicated that young peoples recollections of their leisure-time pursuits while at secondary school displayed no significant age-related variation in their participation n the arts the increased involvement for the over- is is very significant and confirms findings of an upturn of interest in the arts n the older age group. put together a strong emphasis on experiencing literary arts in school both as participants and consumer is very evident while music shows a particular significance in leisure-time. Empowerment The study shows that accessing cultural institutions can support feelings of empowerment for service users. DISCUSSION The findings demonstrate the impact of participatory arts on the social relationships between older people and between older people and staff in care homes with the potential to address issues of loneliness and social isolation.

XLNET

The study objectives: assess different patterns and experiences of youth involvement in the arts and examine these in relation to demographic characteristics of young people; identify successful and sustained engagement in the arts and evaluate factors which are perceived to inhibit and facilitate it; analyse young peoples attitudes to youth arts participation; highlight perceived need and opportunities in the arts which remain unfulfilled. Aims: This rapid review explores the role of arts activities in promoting the mental wellbeing and resilience of children and young people aged between 11 and 18 years. Indeed it has been suggested that participatory arts involving active involvement in arts-based activities may be most effective at tackling loneliness and assisting isolated older adults in regaining their confidence to reconnect with others []. Future research is needed to understand the mechanisms through which different arts activities in particular receptive arts engagement can contribute to preventing and alleviating feelings of loneliness and facilitating social connectedness among older adults. The impact of participatory arts on the wellbeing of older people is widely acknowledged.

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