AIDS and young women
v.7/8, n.4/1, 1989, p38.
Time out in 'green retreats' and adolescent wellbeing
v.25, n.4, 2006, pp.9-16.
Time out, spaced out: Young people making meaning
v.19, n.1, 2000, p.21-25.
Youth will find solutions
v.19, n.1, 2000, pp.14-15.
Monitoring student progress - A framework for improving student performance and reducing attrition in higher education
Joan Abbot-Chapman, Phillip Hughes and Colin Wyld
National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, 1992. 151pp.
ISBN I 875236 13 9.
Dropping out or staying on? Factors affecting secondary retention in Tasmania
v.6, n.1, 1987, p24.
The gender effect on participation rates, academic performance, anxiety and confidence
v.8, n.4, 1989, p28.
'In the US, education isn't working'
[AIDS update from The Bulletin 10 December 1991 pp.80-84].
v.11, n.1, 1992, p.52.
Australian child and youth care: A personal perspective
v.9, n.2, 1990, p.20.
Rural adolescents' attitudes to seeking help for mental health problems
Kristy Francis, Candice Boyd, Damon Aisbett, Karyn Newnham & Krystal Newnham
v.25, n.4, 2006, pp.42-49.
Weed control: Factors affecting youth smoking in Australia
Bruce Andrews and Terry Alchin
v.13, n.3, 1994, p.21.
Perceptions of the treatment of juveniles in the legal system
Christine Alder, Ian O'Connor, Kate Warner and Rob White
National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, 1992. 83pp.
ISBN I 875236 14 7.
And when she was bad? Working with young women in juvenile justice and related areas
Christine Alder and Margaret Baines (eds.)
National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, Hobart, 1996. 109p.
ISBN 1 875236 36 8
Female youth unemployment and delinquency
v.5, n.3, 1986, p12.
Job retention and youth from Youth Training Centres (YTC)
Hilary Read and Christine Alder
v.7, n.1, 1988, p2.
Youth researching youth
Christine Alder and Danny Sandor.
v.9, n.4, 1990, p38.
You just dance ... Sky Theatre Rave: A creative enterprise by young people for young people
v.15, n.2, 1996, p18.
Sheila Allison (ed).
National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, 1992. 64pp.
ISBN I 875236 17 1.
Responses to Burdekin - Government and non government responses to "Our Homeless Youth
Mary Brownell and Sheila Allison (eds).
National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, 1989. 48pp.
ISBN I 875236 03 1.
Primary health care for young people: Are there models of service delivery that improve access and quality?
Melissa Kang, Diana Bernard, Tim Usherwood, Susan Quine,
Garth Alperstein, Helen Kerr-Roubicek, Abigail Elliott & David Bennett
v.25, n.2, 2006, pp.49-59.
'Weed control: Factors affecting youth smoking in Australia'
Bruce Andrews and Terry Alchin
v.13, n.3, 1994, p21.
A universal system? Education and training for all 16- and 17-year-olds
v.8, n.2, 1989, p10.
In the national interest - Some comments
v.6, n.3, 1987, p2.
Powerhouse or gravy train? Credentialism and policy on education and the economy
v.7, n.2, 1988, p13.
Targets for social justice - the education and training of 16- and 17-year-olds
v.8, n.3, 1989, p7.
'Hanging out': Print media constructions of young people in 'public space'
Ruth Panelli, Karen Nairn, Nicola Atwool and Jaleh McCormack.
v.21, n.4, 2002, pp.38-48.
Characteristics of juvenile 'gangs' in Melbourne
Megan Aumair and Ian Warren
v.13, n.2, 1994, p40.
Australian Society for Adolescent Psychiatry
Annals of the Australian Society for Adolescent Psychiatry No.1: The psychiatric aspects of school failure, 1993. 61pp.
ISBN 1 875 236 18 X.
Annals of the Australian Society for Adolescent Psychiatry No.2: Disruptive youth in today's society
National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, 1994. 80pp.
Annals of the Australian Society for Adolescent Psychiatry No.3: 'Adolescents and family culture in the 90s'
National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, 1995. 74pp.
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