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Youth Studies Australia
Youth Studies Australia is nationally and internationally recognised for its coverage of youth issues, and each issue contains a peer-reviewed research section.
Focusing on the issues affecting Australians from early adolescence to young adulthood, Youth Studies Australia provides readers with interdisciplinary, research-based information and analysis on subjects such as education, training, health, housing, juvenile justice, employment, culture and subcultures.
Aimed at practitioners, researchers, policy-makers and workers in the youth field, Youth Studies Australia is also accessible and relevant to senior secondary students.
The journal is available on Informit e-Library from Vol. 22 (2003).
Youth Studies Australia is administrated by an Editorial Board. Its members are Dr Joan Abbott-Chapman, Assoc. Prof. Rob White, Jim Cumming, Dr Karen Nairn, Dr John Howard, Dr David Maunders, Dr Michael Carr-Gregg, Assoc. Prof. Carey Denholm, Dr Scott K. Phillips and Dr Ani Wierenga.
- Editor(s): Sue Headley (Editor)
- Name Of Publisher: Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies
- Resource Type: Journal
- ISSN: 1038-2569
- Place Of Publication: Hobart, Tas.
- Publication Frequency: Quarterly
- Coverage: Volume 22, Issue 1 (Mar 2003) - onwards (Comprehensive)
Education and Research
Secondary School Resources
Social Sciences and Community Issues