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Cover (small) September 2008 Youth Studies Australia

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

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

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

Restitution and restorative justice in juvenile justice and school discipline, by Barry A. Fields.
v.22, n.4, 2003, pp.44-51.

Surviving risk: Juvenile justice workers' perspectives on managing blood borne viruses and other health risks
Mary O'Brien and Zoe Greenwood
v.22, n.3, 2003, pp.25-31.

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

Alcohol-related social disorder and rural youth, by Paul Williams
v.20, n.3, 2001, pp.11-19.

An evaluation of psychology reports in the NSW Department of Juvenile Justice Program: An analysis of their effectiveness, by C. Lennings, J. Stephenson, M. Cotter, I. Johnston and T. Jenkins
v.20, n.2, 2001, pp.35-39.

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

Young people, public space and New Urbanism, by, p. Crane and M. Dee
v.20, n.1, 2001, pp.11-18.

Hepatitis infection among adolescents in the Melbourne Juvenile Justice centre: Risk factors and challenges, by E. L. Ogilvie, F. Veit, N. Crofts and S.C. Thompson.
v.19, n.3, 2000, pp.25-30.

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

Blazing the developmental trail: The past, the future and the critics, by R. Homel.
v.19, n.1, 2000, pp.44-50.

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

Beating the developmental path: Critical notes on the Pathways to Prevention report, by R. Hil.
v.18, n.4, 1999, pp.49-50.

Young people, culture and the law, by D. Malcolm.
v.18, n.4, 1999, pp.29-35.

Hanging out: Negotiating young people's use of public space: Overview, by National Crime Prevention.
v.18, n.4, 1999, pp.26-28.

Access to amenities: The issue of ownership, by M. Lynch and E. Ogilvie.
v.18, n.4, 1999, pp.17-21.

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

Conflict resolution preferences and casual attributions of young male offenders, by J. Bailey and K. Ellerman-Bull.
v.17, n.3, 1998, pp.42-50.

Policing space: Juvenile crime and autonomous citizen action, by R. Hil.
v.17, n.3, 1998, pp.36-41.

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

Community accountability conferences: A collaborative project between police and schools, by A. Morey and H. Bruce.
v.16, n.3, 1997, pp.17-21.

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

Who pays for crime? Punishing young people and their families, by R. Hil.
v.15, n.4, 1996, pp.23-27.

Different coloured skin: The experiences of Aboriginal young people in the juvenile justice system, by B. Baikie Howard.
v.14, n.4, 1995, pp.47-52.

Discretionary decisions in juvenile justice and the criminalisation of Indigenous young people, by C. Cunneen and G. Luke.
v.14, n.4, 1995, pp.38-46.

Research in progress: Young people and the criminal economy, by R. White.
v.14, n.3, 1995, pp.48-50.

Victim awareness as a core program for young offenders, by A. Putnins.
v.14, n.3, 1995, pp.38-41.

Communication needs of adolescent offenders, by J. Bailey and K. Ellerman.
v.13, n.4, 1994, pp.40-44.

Sites of trouble: Demystifying juvenile 'high crime areas', by R. Hil, J. Zuchowski and R. Bone.
v.13, n.2, 1994, pp.51-55.

Naughty, immoral and depraved: Making young female offenders visible, by J. Bessant.
v.13, n.2, 1994, pp.45-50.

Characteristics of juvenile 'gangs' in Melbourne, by M. Aumair and I. Warren.
v.13, n.2, 1994, pp.40-44.

Keeping juveniles out of prison, by H. Jackson.
v.13, n.1, 1994, pp.36-39.

Diversion from custody and rehabilitation of juvenile detainees: Management philosophies of the NSW Dept of Juvenile Justice, by M. Cain.
v.13, n.1, 1994, pp.29-35.

Developing a course for young offenders, by M. Collis and M. Griffin.
v.12, n.3, 1993, pp.25-28.

Unemployment: A cause or consequence of delinquency?, by J.B. Nash.
v.15, n.3, 1996, pp.43-47.

Policing or serving? The role of police in the criminalisation of young people with mental health problems, by R. Hearn.
v.12, n.1, 1993, pp.40-44.

A rising star: In the prosecution of juveniles in Victoria, by C. O'Grady.
v.11, n.4, 1992, pp.35-40.

Youth studies student paper: Young offenders and employment: A policy analysis, by J. Griffith.
v.10, n.4, 1991, pp.47-51.

Making waves: Are juvenile crime waves real or invented?, by H. Sercombe.
v.10, n.2, 1991, pp.11-15.

Reforms in juvenile justice - the Victorian child welfare practice and legislation review, by C. Shevels.
v.9, n.3, 1990, pp.18-22.

Juvenile crime: Can the Children's Court prevent further offending?, by I. O'Connor.
v.9, n.3, 1990, pp.12-17.

Public attitudes on dealing with youthful offenders, by S. Mukherjee and P. Wilson.
v.9, n.1, 1990, pp.55-56.

Dealing with youthful offenders: Towards a new agenda, by P.R. Wilson
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1988 v.7 n.1, pp.12-15.

Female youth unemployment and delinquency, by C. Alder
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1986 v.5 n.3, pp.12-16.

Youth crime in Australia: Conclusions, by S.K. Mukherjee
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1986 v.5 n.2, pp.2-8.