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Saha, L J.
Youth and the language of AIDS
Nicola Pilkinton and Lawrence J Saha
v.10, n.1, 1991, p.26.

Sallybanks, J.
Sport, physical activity and antisocial behaviour in youth
Leesa Morris, Jo Sallybanks, Katie Willis and Toni Makkai
v.23, n.1, 2004, pp.47-52.

Sampson, L.
Participation and partnership
Sue Hetzel, Sally Watson and Lesley Sampson
v.11, n.2, 1992, p.33.

Sanders, M.
The 'Teen Triple P' Positive Parenting Program: A preliminary evaluation
Alan Ralph, Matthew Sanders
v.25, n.2, 2006, pp.41-48.

Sandhu, D.
The tomorrow people: The Japanese youth challenge to traditional values
David Sandhu
v.13, n.3, 1994, p.53.

Sandor, D.
Youth researching youth
Christine Alder and Danny Sandor
v.9, n.4, 1990, p.38.

? Points of view: Mandatory reporting of abuse
Danny Sandor
v.13, n.1, 1994, p.53.

Sant, V.
Mental health problems faced by young homeless people in NE Melbourne
A Fuller, J Krupinska, O Krupinska, R Pawsey and V Sant
v.13, n.2, 1994, p.31.

Schetzer, L.
Human rights for young Australians in the 21st century
Louis Schetzer
v.19, n.1, 2000, p.13.

Schofield, G.
Active transportation: An important part of adolescent physical activity
Grant Schofield, Louise Schofield and Kerry Mummery
v.24, n.1, 2005, pp.43-47.

Schofield, G.
Sloth or gluttony: Understanding obesity in New Zealand youth
Grant Schofield, Louise Schofield, Geoff Dickson and Karen Croteau
v.24, n.1, 2005, pp.28-30.

Schofield, L.
Sloth or gluttony: Understanding obesity in New Zealand youth
Grant Schofield, Louise Schofield, Geoff Dickson and Karen Croteau
v.24, n.1, 2005, pp.28-30.

Schofield, S.
Active transportation: An important part of adolescent physical activity
by Grant Schofield, Louise Schofield and Kerry Mummery
v.24, n.1, 2005, pp.43-47.

Scholfield, K.
Rural youth and multimedia: An interagency approach, by Susan Brumby, Robyn Eversole, Kaye Scholfield & Leanne Watt
v.26, n.4, pp.29-36. Summary | Full text | PDF

Searle, M.
Boredom in suburbia
Fred Brumhead, Mark Searle, Roger Trowbridge and Bronwyn Williams
v.9, n.4, 1990, p.19.

Seller, A.
Swedish youth: Undermined through overcaring?
Amanda Seller
v.10, n.1, 1991, p.12.

Semmens, R.
Delinquency prevention: Individual control or social development
Robert Semmens
v.9, n.3, 1990, p.23.

Sercombe, H.
'Embedded' youth work: Ethical questions for youth work professionals
Howard Sercombe.
v.26, n.2, 2007, pp.11-19.

? Going bush: Youth work in rural settings
Howard Sercombe
v.25, n.3, 2006, pp.9-16.

? Youth work: The professionalisation dilemma
Howard Sercombe
v.23, n.4, 2004, pp.20-25.

? Reflections on youth violence
Howard Sercombe
v.22, n.1, 2003, pp.25-30.

? The contradictory position of youth workers in the public sphere
Howard Sercombe
v.16, n.1, 1997, p.43-47. (2 references).

? Ambivalent leisure: youth, class and coercion
Howard Sercombe
v.9, n.4, 1990, p.27.

? Making waves: Are juvenile crime waves real or invented?
Howard Sercombe
v.10, n.2, 1991, p.11.

? Youth theory: Marx or Foucault: Response to 'Reassessing Street Kids
Howard Sercombe
v.11, n.3, 1992, p.51.

? Making waves: Are juvenile crime waves real or invented?
Howard Sercombe
v.10, n.2, 1991, p.11.

Sheahan, B.
Remote communities, child telepsychiatry and primary health care
Brendan Sheahan
v.21, n.2, 2002, pp.52-55.

Sheehan, M.
Taking the hiccups out of alcohol education
Anita Harris and Margaret Sheehan
v.14, n.1, 1995, p.41.

? Underage drink driving: Psycho-social correlates of a risk-taking behaviour
J Nucifora, S Forbes and M Sheehan
v.8, n.3, 1989, p.30.

Sheridan, B.
Computer applications in rural youth agencies
Rod Underwood and Barry Sheridan
v.9, n.1, 1990, p.51.

Sherington, G.
Youth policies in twentieth century Australia
Geoffrey Sherington and Terry Irving
v.8, n.3, 1989, p.11.

Shevels, C.
In search of new directions: A comment on youth policies in Victoria's public welfare system
Cec Shevels
v.8, n.2, 1989, p.41.

? Reforms in juvenile justice: The Victorian child welfare practice and legislation review
Cec Shevels
v.9, n.3, 1990, p.18.

Shortt, A.
The Resilient Families program: Promoting health and wellbeing in adolescents and their parents during the transition to secondary school
Alison Shortt, John Toumbourou, Rianna Chapman & Elke Power
v.25, n.2, 2006, pp.33-40.

Siedlecky, S.
Teenage pregnancy: The magnitude of the problem
Stefania Siedlecky
v.6, n.4, 1987, p.36.

Silburn, S.
Mental health indicators in young people: Pilot results from the Western Australian Child Health Survey
A Garton, S Zubrick and S Silburn
v.13, n.2, 1994, p.36.

Simmons, J.
Working with schools to promote emotional health and prevent depression: The ACE Program (Adolescents Coping with Emotions)
Julie Simmons
v.21, n.2, 2002, pp.23-30.

Simpson, H.
Access to tertiary education: Socio- economic and ethnic background of students
Helen Simpson
v.6, n.1, 1987, p.40.

Simpson, T.
A plus for puberty: Multimedia sexuality education for upper primary school students
Kelsey Powell and Therese Simpson
v.19, n.4, 2000, pp.45-47.

Sinclair, K.
Physical activity levels of first-year New Zealand university students
Kim Sinclair, Mike Hamlin and Daniel Steel
v.24, n.1, 2005, pp.38-42.

Sinclair, M
Disadvantaged and homeless youth on the Gold Coast: A case study of a human services organisation
Merv Hyde, Juliette Goldman & Mark Sinclair
v.20 n.2, 2001, pp.40-45.

Singh, S.
Contradictory knowings and women's sexuality
Suzanne Singh
v.15, n.3, 1996, p.33.

Siokou, C.
Seeking the vibe: The Melbourne rave scene
Christine Siokou
v.21, n.1, 2002, pp.11-18.

Skelton, K.
Educating for cultural understanding: The work of the Combating Prejudice in Schools Project
Kathy Skelton
v.5, n.3, 1986, p.36.

Slaughter, R.
Responding to change: A review of ten years in futures education
Rick Slaughter
v.8, n.3, 1989, p.20.

Slee, P T.
Life at school used to be good: Victimisation and health concerns of secondary students
Phillip T Slee
v.13, n.4, 1994, p.20.

? For some life is a stage! Adolescents and the imaginary audience
Phillip Slee
v.12, n.2, 1993, p.31.

Slee, R.
Disabling or enabling: The rhetoric and practice of integration
Roger Slee and Sandy Cook
v.12, n.1, 1993, p.35.

Smalley, R.
The times they are still a'changing: Characteristics of Tasmanian adolescent peer groups
Carey Denholm, Tim Horniblow and Rosemary Smalley
v.11, n.2, 1992, p.18.

Smith, A.
Bullying at school: Secondary students' experiences of bullying at school and their suggestions for dealing with it
Anne Smith
v.21, n.3, 2002, pp.37-44.

Smith, A.
Junior sport participation programs in Australia
Aaron Smith
v.24, n.1, 2005, pp.54-59.

Smith, C.
Violence within relationships: What young people have to say
Chris Smith
v.18, n.3, 1999, pp.18-23.

Smith, D.
Where now? Destinations of young people who miss out on higher education
Damian Smith.
Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, 1994. 48pp.
ISBN 1 875236 26 0.

Smith, E.
Teenage employability: Views of employers
Erica Smith
v.23, n.4, 2004, pp.47-53.

? The first job: Experiences of young Australians starting full-time work
Erica Smith
v.22, n.1, 2003, pp.11-17.

Smith, R.
How adolescents use the media
Judyth Sachs, Richard Smith and David Chant
v.10, n.2, 1991, p.16.

? Noticed but not understood: Homeless youth at school
Yvette Symons and Richard Smith
v.14, n.1, 1995, p.29.

Smith, S L.
Do schools have a future?
Shirley L Smith
v.7/8, n.4/1, 1989, p.14.

? Changes that will improve schooling
Shirley L Smith
v.6, n.3, 1987, p8.

Songhurst, P.
The future of young people and environmental issues
Paul Songhurst
v.19, n.1, 2000, p.20.

Spano, S.
Adolescent brain development
Sedra Spano
v.22, n.1, 2003, pp.36-38.

Spiranovic, C.
yshareit: A project promoting the use of e-mental health resources among young people
Caroline Spiranovic, Kate Briggs, Kenneth Kirkby, Caroline Mobsby and Brett Daniels
v.27, n.2, pp52-60. Summary

Spoehr, J.
Working blind: Student participation in the work force
John Spoehr
v.10, n.3, 1991, p.39.

Spooner, P
Moving in the wrong direction: An analysis of police move-on powers in Queensland
Paul Spooner
v.20, n.1, 2001, pp.27-31.

Sprod, T.
Philosophy, young people and well-being
Tim Sprod
v.18, n.2, 1999, pp.12-16.

Stacey, K.
Social change and youth partnership accountability work
Kathleen Stacey, Emma Webb, Kelly Barrett, Nina Lagzdins, Desima Moulds and Paul Stone
v.24, n.2, 2005, pp.45-51.

? First you have to 'see' them: Youth-friendly practice in mental health work
Ann Crago, Chris Wigg and Kathleen Stacey
v.23, n.2, 2004, pp.38-45.

? What's in it for ... ? Benefits and dilemmas in the practice of youth partnership accountability
Kathleen Stacey, Emma Webb, Sarah-Lynn Hills, Nina Lagzdins, Desima Moulds, Tony Phillips and Paul Stone
v.22, n.3, 2003, pp.36-43.

? Relationships and power
Kathleen Stacey, Emma Webb, Sarah-Lynn Hills, Nina Lagzdins, Desima Moulds, Tony Phillips and Paul Stone
v.21, n.1, 2002, pp.44-51.

Staden, F.
Ignorance is bliss?
Frances Staden
v.6, n.3, 1987, p.33.

Steel, D.
Physical activity levels of first-year New Zealand university students
Kim Sinclair, Mike Hamlin and Daniel Steel
v.24, n.1, 2005, pp.38-42.

Stephenson, J
An evaluation of psychology reports in the NSW Department of Juvenile Justice Program: An analysis of their effectiveness
Christopher Lennings, John Stephenson, Michael Cotter, Ingrid Johnston and Tony Jenkins
v.20, n.2, 2001, pp.35-39.

Stevens, L.
Adolescent stress and post-compulsory schooling: Moving beyond the good study manager/hopeless study manager duality
Lynne Stevens and Peter Kelly
v.12, n.4, 1993, p.35.

Stewart, F.
Transients or citizens?' Youth Research Centre Report
Peter Dwyer and Fiona Stewart
v.9, n.4, 1990, p.52.

Stokes, M.
Getting homeless youth into employment and training: A Queensland pilot project
Paul Wildman and Marie Stokes.
v.9, n.3, 1990, p.36.

Stone, P.
Social change and youth partnership accountability work,
Kathleen Stacey, Emma Webb, Kelly Barrett, Nina Lagzdins, Desima Moulds and Paul Stone
v.24, n.2, 2005, pp.45-51.

? What's in it for ... ? Benefits and dilemmas in the practice of youth partnership accountability
Kathleen Stacey, Emma Webb, Sarah-Lynn Hills, Nina Lagzdins, Desima Moulds, Tony Phillips and Paul Stone
v.22, n.3, 2003, pp.36-43.

? Relationships and power
Kathleen Stacey, Emma Webb, Sarah-Lynn Hills, Nina Lagzdins, Desima Moulds, Tony Phillips and Paul Stone
v.21, n.1, 2002, pp.44-51.

Stonehouse, R.
Working with schools to promote emotional health and prevent depression: The ACE Program (Adolescents Coping with Emotions)
Roger Stonehouse
v.21, n.2, 2002, pp.23-30.

Stuart, G.
Are you old enough? Research ethics and young people
Graeme Stuart
v.20, n.4, 2001, pp.34-39.

? Nonviolence as a framework for youth work practice
Graeme Stuart
v.23, n.3, 2004, pp.26-32.

? Conflict resolution and non-violence workshops with young people
Graeme Stuart
v.18, n.2, 1999, pp.37-41.

? Conflict and homeless youth
Graeme Stuart
v.13, n.2, 1994, p.27.

Sullivan, L.
The gap between knowledge, attitudes and behaviour
Louise Sullivan
v.11, n.1, 1992, p.47.

Sunderland, K.
Corporate sponsorship in the classroom: Serving the information needs of young people or exposing inappropriate messages?
Kerry Sunderland
v.13, n.1, 1994, p.24.

Sveen, R.
Travelling in the wilderness: Experiential learning and youth at risk
Robert Sveen
v.12, n.3, 1993, p.14.

Swabey, K J J.
Public school professionals' understanding, perceptions and experience of youth suicidal behaviour
Paul J. Mallett and Karen J. Swabey
v.16, n.2, 1997, p.41-49. (14 references).

Sweet, R.
The youth labour market: A twenty-year perspective
Richard Sweet
v.7, n.3, 1988, p.31.

Symons, Y.
Noticed but not understood: Homeless youth at school
Yvette Symons and Richard Smith
v.14, n.1, 1995, p.29.

Szirom , T.
Knowledge and skills required in a sex educator
Tricia Szirom
v.6, n.4, 1987, p.30.

? Curriculum issues in sexuality education
Tricia Szirom
v.7, n.2, 1988, p.36.

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