Youth Studies Australia journal articles on civics and citizenship
The following articles were published in our jouranl and are available from ACYS for a fee:
Schooling for democracy: Issues on student participation, by S. Wilson
Youth Studies Australia, 2000, v.19, n.2 pp.25-31.
Spectators in Australian politics? Young voters' interest in politics and political issues, by Q. Beresford and H.C.J. Phillips
Youth Studies Australia, 1997, v.16, n.4 pp.11-16.
Adulthood: Is it just a question of age?, by T. Ryall
Youth Studies Australia, 1996, v.15, n.1 pp.32-33.
Whereas the (mostly male?) people - addressing the gender imbalance in public life; and Case study: Activists in school uniform, by S. Munter
Youth Studies Australia, 1996, v.15, n.1 pp.28-31.
Schools as public institutions: Students and citizenship, by M. Brennan
Youth Studies Australia, 1996, v.15, n.1 pp.24-25.
Dilemmas and opportunities for the young, active citizen; and Citiz-speak: Any advance on Cicero?, by D. Owen
Youth Studies Australia, 1996, v.15, n.1 pp.20-23.
Research findings on students' perceptions of political awareness and the characteristics of a 'good citizen', by H.C.J. Phillips and W. Moro
Youth Studies Australia, 1996, v.15, n.1 pp.13-19.
Developing socially responsible youth, by P. Cole
Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, 1988, v.7, n.1 pp.16-20.