Doing youth work in Australia is a three volume series, edited by Rob White and published for the youth work field by the Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies.
Professor White examined the entire output of the journal Youth Studies Australia and selected papers for this series on the basis their relevance and practical significance to youth work in Australia today.
|Volume one, Concepts and methods of youth work, looks at:|
Concepts and methods of youth work, ISBN 978 1 875236 61 9, 472pp., October 2009, ACYS Publishing, $69.95 | Order form |
|Volume two, Youth work and youth issues, looks at:|
Youth work and youth issues, ISBN 978 1 875236 62 6, 496pp., June 2010, ACYS Publishing, $69.95 | Order form |
|Volume three, Youth work and social diversity, looks at:|
|To be published later this year||
Youth work and social diversity, ISBN 978 1 875236 63 3, forthcoming, ACYS Publishing, $69.95 | Order form |
This is the first time in the history of youth work in Australia that the writings of so many leading figures in the youth work field have been brought together in a focused series.
- Howard Sercombe – on youth work as a profession
- Judith Bessant – on the future for youth work in Australia
- Vaughan Bowie – on youth workers and stress
- Kathleen Stacey – on Youth Partnership Accountability
- Sharon Wright and Graham Martin – on youth mental health
- Lyn Harrison and Deborah Dempsey – on sexual health service provision to homeless young people
- Len Collard and Dave Palmer – on working with Indigenous young people
- Jen Couch – on working with young refugees
- Tim Corney – on youth work in schools
The series is sure to become an indispensable resource for people training or working in the youth work field.
The Doing youth work in Australia series offers a comprehensive and systematic discussion of the challenges and realities that youth workers face. In these three volumes, youth workers and other professionals provide profound insights about their profession and about young people’s lives. It sets an agenda for debates about the profession of youth work and for future research and is a must for anyone interested in understanding the field of youth studies today.
Professor Johanna Wyn, Director, Youth
Research Centre, University of Melbourne
Youth Studies Australia is still the best thing around I think, in terms of accessibility, rigour and the balance between research and practice.
Professor Howard Sercombe, Department
of Educational and Professional Studies,
University of Strathclyde, Scotland
Series edited by Rob White
Published by ACYS Publishing
Two volume package $119.90 + postage ($20 discount)
Or 20% discount for bulk orders of any one volume (5 or more copies)
Booksellers discount also available
For more information on the series, or to arrange an interview, contact:
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