Cyberbullying: An ethnographic case study of one Australian upper primary school class
v.27, n.4, 2008, pp.50-57. Summary(View summary)
Just boys being boys'?
v.25, n.3, 2006, pp.26-33.
Shoko Yoneyama & Ken Rigby
v.25, n.3, 2006, pp.34-41.
Nonviolence as a framework for youth work practice, by Graeme Stuart.
v.23, n.3, 2004, pp.26-32.
Violent teenage deaths: Do they fit childhood or adult scenarios?,
by Ruth Lawrence and Toby Fattore
v. 23, n.3, 2004, pp.33-39.
Teens in cyberspace: Do they encounter friend or foe? by Michele Fleming and Debra Rickwood
v. 23, n.3, 2004, pp.46-50.
Students as bystanders to sexual coercion: How would they react and why?, by Ken Rigby and Bruce Johnson.
v.23, n.2, 2004, pp.11-16.
Reflections on youth violence, by Howard Sercombe
v.22, n.1, 2003, pp.25-30.
Socioeconomic status and youth aggression in Australia, by Hellene Demosthenous, Thierry Bouhours and Catherine Demosthenous
v.21, n.4, 2002, pp.11-15.
To tell or not to tell: The victimised student's dilemma, by Ken Rigby and Alan Barnes
v.21, n.3, 2002, pp.33-36.
Bullying at school: Secondary students' experiences of bullying at school and their suggestions for dealing with it, by Karen Nairn and Anne Smith
v.21, n.3, 2002, pp.37-44.
Violence within relationships: What young people have to say, by C. Smith
v.18, n.3, 1999, pp.18-24.
Conflict resolution and non-violence workshops with young people, by G. Stuart
v.18, n.2, 1999, pp.37-41.
Peer relations at school and the health of adolescents, by K. Rigby.
v.17, n.1, 1998, pp.13-17.
Young men, violence and social health, by R. White.
v.16, n.1, 1997, pp.31-37.
Youth violence and the limits of moral panic, by S. Tomsen.
v.16, n.1, 1997, pp.25-30.
Care and connection: Responding to young mothers' experience of violence, by K. Healy.
v.14, n.1, 1995, pp.46-51.
Life at school used to be good: Victimisation and health concerns of secondary school students, by, p.T. Slee.
v.13, n.4, 1994, pp.20-23.