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Waddell, C.
Religion among university students
Charles Waddell and Gary Easthope
v.6, n.2, 1987, p.31.

? Sick of being unemployed
Gary Easthope and Charles Waddell
v.5, n.1, 1986, p.18.

Walker, J C.
Greek versus Aussies: Male youth culture, school and work in the inner city
J C Walker
v.6, n.1, 1987, p.6.

Walker, K.
It's too clean in here: Motivating adolescents in hospital
Julia White and Kathy Walker
v.12, n.2, 1993, p.14.

Ward, J.
Increased retention to the senior years of high school: Some considerations
John Ward
v.7, n.3, 1988, p8.

Warren, I.
Characteristics of juvenile "gangs" in Melbourne
Megan Aumair and Ian Warren
v.13, n.2, 1994, p.40.

Warrington, G.
Impact: Youth crime prevention
Georgina Warrington
v.22, n.1, 2003, pp.46-50.

Waters, B.
AIDS and Australian youth
Brent Waters
v.8, n.2, 1989, p.25.

Waters, L.
Work for the Dole: A pathway to self-esteem and employment commitment, or the road to frustration?
Ed Carson, Anthony H. Winefield, Lea Waters and Lorraine Kerr
v.22, n.4, 2003, pp.19-26.

Watkinson, A.
Working with Indigenous young people
Amanda Watkinson and Judith Bessant
v.19, n.2, 2000, pp.32-38.

Watson, J.
Talking sexual health: What goes into a national framework for HIV/AIDS education in secondary schools?
Anne Mitchell, Debbie Ollis and Jan Watson
v.19, n.4, 2000, pp. 22-27.

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

Watt, L.
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

Watts, R.
Science is for everyone
Robyn Watts
v.10, n.4, 1991, p.20.

Webb, E.
Social change and youth partnership accountability work
Kathleen Stacey, Emma Webb, Kelly Barrett, Nina Lagzdins, Desima Moulds and Paul Stone
v.24, n.2, June 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.

Webb, M.
Health for youth
Mary L Crooks and Marcia Webb
v.7, n.3, 1988 , p.20.

Webber, R.
Generation gaps and fault lines: Vietnamese-Australian young people and illicit drug use in Melbourne
Ruth Webber
v.21, n.3, 2002, pp.17-24.

? Young people and their quest for meaning
Ruth Webber
v.21, n.1, 2002, pp.40-43.

? Field education practices in youth studies courses in England, USA and Canada
Ruth Webber
v.19, n.1, 2000, pp.31-37.

? Mapping career options for youth workers
Judith Bessant and Ruth Webber
v.18, n.3, 1999, pp.47-51.

West, P.
PEP programs in Western Sydney's TAFE Colleges
Peter West
v.5, n.3, 1986, p.21.

West, S.
Mining Tin Pan Alley
Susan West
v.22, n.2, 2003, pp.25-31.

Westoby, P.
Youth work: A deconstructive approach for those who work with young refugees, by Peter Westoby and Ann Ingamells
v.26, n3, pp.52-59.

Westwood, P.
Who am I? Issues relating to identity formation and adoptee adolescents
Pete Westwood
v.14, n.1, 1995, p.52.

White, A.
Substance use and adolescent brain development
Aaron White
v.22, n.1, 2003, pp.39-45.

White, C.
Contracts and agreements: Government reforms in New Zealand
Chris White
v.10, n.3, 1991, p.27.

White, J.
It's too clean in here: Motivating adolescents in hospital
Julia White and Kathy Walker
v.12, n.2, 1993, p.14.

White, K M.
Binge-drinking in female university students: A theory of planned behaviour perspective
Kim L Johnston and Katherine M White
v.23, n.2, 2004, pp.22-30

White, M.
Rights and responsibilities of youth workers
Margaret White
v.8, n.3, 1989, p.41.

White, R.
Concepts shaping juvenile justice
Rob White
v.27, n.2, pp.45-51. Summary

Young people, dangerous driving and car culture, by Hannah Graham and Rob White
v.26, n3, pp.28-35.

? Health and wellbeing: How do young people see these concepts?
Gary Easthope and Rob White
v.25, n.1, 2006, pp.42-49.

? Youth work: Challenging the soft cop syndrome
Scott Poynting and Rob White
v.23, n.4, 2004, pp.39-46.

Mapping the terrain: Youth service provision
Rob White
v.23, n.2, 2004, pp.31-37.

? Pros and cons of early intervention
Rob White
v.21, n.4, 2002, pp.16-23.

? Youth participation in designing public spaces
Rob White
v.20, n.1, 2001, pp.19-26.

? Studying youth subcultures: A challenge to our preconceptions about youth
Rob White
v.18, n.4, 1999, pp.36-37.

? Ten arguments against mandatory sentencing
Rob White
v.19, n.2, 2000, pp.22-24.

? Young people, drugs and the criminal economy
Rob White
v.18, n.1, 1999, pp.29-36.

? Ethnic Minority Youth in Australia: Challenges and Myths
Carmel Guerra and Rob White (eds)
ACYS 1995, 255pp. ISBN 1 875236 32 5.

? Youth Subcultures: Theory, History and the Australian Experience
Rob White (ed)
1993, 164pp. ISBN I 875 236 21X.

? Models of youth work intervention
T Cooper and Rob White
v.13, n.4, 1994, p.30-35.

? Young men, violence and social health
Rob White
v.16, n.1, 1997, p.31-37. (26 references).

? Ten arguments against youth curfews
Rob White
v.15, n.4, 1996, pp.28-30.

? Youth workers: Training for what?
Rob White
v.6, n.2, 1987, p.23.

? Does youth policy mean no more youth workers? Analysis and action in youth affairs
Rob White
v.8, n.3, 1989, p.26.

? Defining the nature of youth work
Rob White, Suzanna Omelczuk and Rod Underwood
v.10, n.2, 1991, p.46.

? Skill training' and 'youth formation
Rob White
v.7/8, n.4/1, 1989, p9.

? Research in progress: Young people and the criminal economy
Rob White
v.14, n.3, 1995, p.48.

? Researching Youth: A practical guide
Rob White, Liz McDonnell and Anita Harris
v.15, n.3, 1996, p.18.

? Legal problems and youth workers
Rob White, Rod Underwood and Suzie Omelczuk
v.11, n.4, 1992, p.45.

? The making of a youth underclass
Rob White
v.13, n.1, 1994, p.19.

? Characteristics of youth service users
Suzanna Omelczuk, Rod Underwood and Rob White
v.10, n.1, 1991, p.62.

White, S.
Taking care of business: An overview of youth enterprise programs in Australia
Simon White
v.19, n.2, 2000, pp.11-16.

? Research in progress: Self employment
Simon White
v.14, n.3, 1995, p.50.

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

Whiteley, S
Youth at risk: Why don't they just enrol in a tertiary course or get a job?
Sonia Whiteley
v.20, n.2, 2001, pp.23-28.

Wierenga, A
Success and wellbeing: A preview of the Australia 21 report on young people's wellbeing
Richard Eckersley, Ani Wierenga and Johanna Wyn
v.25, n.1, 2006, pp.10-18.

Wigg, C.
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.

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

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

Wilkins, V.
Youth participation in youth-focused research
V Wilkins, K Bryans and S Hetzel with A Cutler and J Ellis
v.12, n.3, 1993, p.49.

Wilks, J.
Parent and adolescent beliefs about drugs
Jeffrey Wilks and Victor J. Callan
v.7/8, n.4/1, 1989, p.65.

? What really matters: Important issues in adolescence
Jeffrey Wilks
v.11, n.4, 1992, p.38.

? Who knows what? Parent and peer orientations in adolescent decision making
Jeffrey Wilks and Margaret A Orth
v.10, n.4, 1991, p.36.

Wilkinson, S.
Adolescent role-players in medical education: Learnings and reflections
Carey J. Denholm and Stephen Wilkinson
v.16, n.3, 1997, pp.27-30.

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

Williams, M.
Risks and rewards: Early intervention through a wilderness program
Nerida Bowling and Mary Williams
v.12, n.3, 1993, p.21.

Williams, M
Hepatitis C and initiates into injecting drug use among young people: Part 2: Education young initiates about hepatitis C prevention
Phil Crane and Megan Williams
v.19, n.3, 2000, pp.18-24.

Hepatitis C and initiates into injecting drug use among young people: Part 1: The first shot
Megan Williams and Phil Crane
v.19, n.3, 2000, pp.11-17.

Williams, M.
Special needs of adolescents
Murray Williams
v.5, n.2, 1986, p.12.

Williams, S.
Perceptions of adolescent sexuality
Sue Williams
v.6, n.4, 1987, p.24.

? The educator's role in reducing unplanned teenage pregnancy
Paul Duncombe and Sue Williams
1986 v.5 n.2 p28.

Williamson, J.
Change the school environment: Issues in the provision of post compulsory education
Lachlan Crawford and John Williamson
v.11, n.2, 1992, p.43.

? Progress or promise: Transition from school to work: Initiatives adopted by the Government of Western Australia
Lachlan Crawford and John Williamson
v.12, n.2, 1993, p.51.

Willis, K.
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.

Wilson , B.
Research in progress: Young workers and industry restructuring
Bruce Wilson
v.11, n.3, 1992, p.40.

? Full-time shifts: The effect of industry restructuring on young workers in full-time employment
Bruce Wilson
v.11, n.3, 1992, p.34.

? The Swedish Way and youth research: An Australian perspective
Bruce Wilson
v.10, n.1, 1991, p.17.

Wilson, J.
Adolescent sexuality and sexism
Jill Wilson
v.7, n.2, 1988, p.31.

? Decision making by adolescents about pregnancy
Jill Wilson
v.8, n.2, 1989, p.19.

Wilson, P R.
Dealing with youthful offenders: Towards a new agenda
Paul R Wilson
v.7, n.1, 1988, p.12.

? Public attitudes on dealing with youthful offenders
Satyanshu Mukherjee and Paul Wilson
v.9, n.1, 1990, p.55.

Winefiled, A H.
Work for the Dole: A pathway to self-esteem and employment commitment, or the road to frustration?
Ed Carson, Anthony H. Winefield, Lea Waters and Lorraine Kerr
v.22, n.4, 2003, pp.19-26.

Wilson, S.
Schooling for democracy: Issues on student participation
Steve Wilson
v.19, n.2, 2000, pp.25-31.

Withers-Mayne, C.
Responses to unemployment
Christelle Withers-Mayne
v.9, n.1, 1990, p.39.

Wolcott, I
Human relations education in Australian schools
Ilene Wolcott
v.7, n.3, 1988, p.2.

Wong, V.
From personal to structural: Towards critical change in youth work practice
Victor Wong
v.23, n.3, 2004, pp.11-16.

Wood, B.
Yes, unions can survive (Marketing Unions 1)
Belinda Wood
v.10, n.3, 1991, p.12.

Wood, C.
Social capital: A rural youth perspective
Jenny Onyx, Craig Wood, Paul Bullen and Lynelle Osburn
v.24, n.4, 2005, pp.21-27.

Worawa: More than a school: Aboriginal culture and academic goals are integrated in this unique school
v.14, n.4, 1995, p.35.

Wrennall, L.
The turbo kids
Lynne Wrennall
v.5, n.1, 1986, p.4.

Wright, B.
Headroom -- promoting the mental health of young people: A multi-media approach
Beajaye Wright
v.21, n.2, 2002, pp.31-35.

Wright, J.
Becoming somebody: Changing priorities and physical activity
Jan Wright, Doune Macdonald, Johanna Wyn and Lynda Kriflik
v.24, n.1, 2005, pp.16-21.

Wright, P.
Impact: Youth crime prevention
Georgina Warrington and Paul Wright
v.22, n.1, 2003, pp.46-50.

Wright, S.
Suicide prevention training: A workshop
Sharon Wright and Graham Martin
v.19, n.2, 2000, pp.39-42.

? Young people and mental health: Customer service
Sharon Wright and Graham Martin
v.18, n.3, 1999, p.25-29.

Wyles, P.
Success with Wraparound: A collaborative, individualised, integrated and strength-based model, by Paul Wyles
v.26, n.4, pp.45-53. Summary | Full text | PDF

Wyn, J.
Young people and citizenship: An everyday perspective, by Anita Harris, Johanna Wyn and Salem Younes
v.26, n3, pp.19-27.

? Success and wellbeing: A preview of the Australia 21 report on young people's wellbeing
Richard Eckersley, Ani Wierenga and Johanna Wyn
v.25, n.1, 2006, pp.10-18.

? Becoming somebody: Changing priorities and physical activity
Jan Wright, Doune Macdonald, Johanna Wyn and Lynda Kriflik
v.24, n.1, 2005, pp.16-21.

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