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Cover (small) September 2008 Youth Studies Australia

Meeting the needs of marginalised young men: An analysis of service provision, by Mindy Sotiri
v.27, n.3, pp.39-49.

The bleedin' obvious: Long-term support reconnects at-risk young people, by Alistair Lemmon
Youth Studies Australia, v.27, n.1, pp.9-16. Summary | Full text | PDF

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

Students at risk: Interagency collaboration in Queensland, by Bruce Allen Knight, Cecily Knight and Daniel Teghe
v.26, n.2, 2007, pp.50-57.

Students at risk: Can connections make a difference?
Nahid Kabir & Tony Rickards
v.25, n.4, 2006, pp.17-24.

RRISK: A sustainable intersectoral partnership
Jane Elkington, Eric van Beurden, Avigdor Zask, Reyna Dight & Wendy Johnson.
v.25, n.2, 2006, pp.17-24.

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

The Rock and Water program: Empowering youth workers and clients, by Ivan Raymond.
v.24, n.4, 2005, pp.34-39.

Mentoring 2: A program for 'at risk' Indigenous youth, by Glenn Dawes and Christine Dawes.
v.24, n.4, 2005, pp.45-49.

Playing for life: New approaches to researching youth and their music practices, by Geraldine Bloustien and Margaret Peters.
v.22, n.2, 2003, pp.32-39.

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

The costs and causes of low self-esteem, by Nicholas Emler.
v.21, n.3, 2002, pp.45-48.

At-risk youth. Special focus issue.
v.20, n.4, 2002.

Sex, drugs and drinking: Health risks in the social lives of young workers, by Jo Lindsay.
v.20, n.4, 2001, pp.11-18.

Factors associated with risk-taking behaviour in Western Sydney's young people, by Esther Chang, Kathleen Dixon and Karen Hancock.
v.20, n.4, 2001, pp.20-25.

Providing services to homeless young people in Melbourne, by Shelley Mallett, Doreen Rosenthal and Paul Myers.
v.20, n.4, 2001, pp.26-33.

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

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

Hepatitis C: Special feature issue.
v.19, n.4, 2000.

Identity status and youth recklessness, by G. Bradley and P. Matsukis.
v.19, n.4, 2000, pp.48-53.

Access, retention and participation: A model of best practice, by R. Mapstone.
v.18, n.2, 1999, pp.42-47.

Reducing the risk: Connections that make a difference in the lives of youth, by R. Blum and P. Mann Rinehart.
v.16, n.4, 1997, pp.37-50.

Big hArt: The theatrical side of youth crime prevention, by R. Walters.
v.16, n.4, 1997, pp.22-26.

'At risk' youths and tattoos, by A. Putnins.
v.16, n.2, 1997, pp.13-15.

At-risk youth participation in sport and recreation, by A. Colthart.
v.15, n.4, 1996, pp.31-37.

School students at risk, by C. Chamberlain and D. MacKenzie.
v.15, n.4, 1996, pp.11-18.

Adolescents at risk - drug use and risk behaviour: Queensland and national data, by C. Lennings.
v.15, n.2, 1996, pp.29-36.

Shaftesbury Youth Program: A model for early intervention, by M. Novick.
v.12, n.3, 1993, pp.29-30.

Risks and rewards: Early intervention through a wilderness program, by N. Bowling and M. Williams.
v.12, n.3, 1993, pp.21-24.