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Cover (small) September 2008 Youth Studies Australia
Harnessing the power of perception: Reducing alcohol-related harm among rural teenagers, by Clarissa Hughes, Roberta Julian, Matthew Richman, Ron Mason and Gillian Long
v.27, n.2, pp.26-35. Summary

"I'm gonna sound like a drunk here" Constructions of volume of consumption, by Ester Mancini-Pe?a and Graham A. Tyson
v.26, n.2, 2007, pp.35-42.

Should inhalants be included in Australian school-based drug education? by Sarah MacLean
v.26, n.1, 2007, pp.25-31.

Responsible drinking knowledge: A comparison of Australian apprentices and university students, by Nicki Dowling, David Clark & Tim Corney.
v.25, n.3, 2006, pp.42-48.

Comfortably numb: Young people, drugs and the seductions of popular culture, by Karen Brooks.
v.25, n.2, 2006, pp.9-16.

The BEST Plus approach to assisting families recover from youth substance problems, by John Bamberg, Steven Findley & John Toumbourou.
v.25, n.2, 2006, pp.25-32.

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

Duty of care, harm reduction and young people in care: An effective approach to working with volatile substance users,
by Rowan Fairbairn and David Murray.
v.23, n.2, 2004, pp.17-21.

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

Precursors to a media frenzy: Supervised chroming, young people in care and the Victorian Government's drug policy, by Judith Bessant.
v.22, n.3, 2003, pp.11-17.

Spiked drinks: 'I'm more worried about getting home on the train': A focus group study of young women's perceptions of risk and behaviours, by Renee Morton.
v.22, n.3, 2003, pp.18-24.

Adolescent brain development, by Sedra Spano.
v.22, n.1, 2003, pp.36-38.

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

Young people's drug use when heroin is less available, by Louisa Degenhardt, Michael Gascoigne and John Howard
v.21, n.3, 2002, pp.11-16.

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

Alcohol consumption and drug use in a sample of Australian university students, by Jeremy Davey, Tamzyn Davey and Patricia Obst
v.21, n.3, 2002, pp.25-32.

Friends, authority and health: An insight into young people's smoking habits and efforts to quit, by Debbie Fergus, Jennifer Rowe and Margaret McAllister
v.21 n.1, 2002, pp.34-39.

Dancing through the revolution: The political and social meaning of the rave, by Tara Brabazon
v.21, n.1, 2002, pp.19-24.

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

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

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.

Nimbyism vs social inclusion: Local communities and illicit drugs, by, P. Mendes
v.20, n.2, 2001, pp.17-22.

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

Community-based approaches to drug abuse issues: Some lessons learned and future implications, by S. Phillips.
v.19, n.3, 2000, pp.39-43.

The fine line: Students' perceptions of drinking, having fun and losing control, by F. Farringdon, N. McBride and R. Midford.
v.19, n.3, 2000, pp.32-38.

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.

Hepatitis C and initiates into injecting drug use among young people: Part 2 - Educating young initiates about hepatitis C prevention, by P. Crane and M. 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, by M. Williams and P. Crane.
v.19, n.3, 2000, pp.11-17.

Workers and harm reduction: Who's using what and why, by R. Lambert and A. Marsh.
v.18, n.3, 1999, pp.30-36.

Nothing to do: The relationship between 'leisure boredom' and alcohol and drug addiction: Is there a link to youth suicide in rural Australia?, by I. Patterson and S. Pegg.
v.18, n.2, 1999, pp.24-29.

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

Intox Out of Tune: An innovative school-based drug intervention, by J. Ryan, R.Conway and G. Fairbrother.
v.18, n.1, 1999, pp.23-28.

Connexions: A program of Jesuit Social Services, an integrated service for marginalised young people, by D. Murray, R. Ellis, J. Enter and C. Richards.
v.18, n.1, 1999, pp.16-22.

Drug education: Past approaches and future possibilities, by J. MacDonald.
v.18, n.1, 1999, pp.11-15.

A strategic alliance in Springvale: An innovative drug education strategy for young people and parents of diverse cultural backgrounds, by B. Mudaly.
v.16, n.2, 1997, pp.20-25.

Substance abuse: Defining the issues in favour of a detox centre for youth, by C. Lennings and M. Kerr.
v.15, n.4, 1996, pp.43-46.

Youth and drugs abstracts from the 7th International Conference on Drug Related Harm: From science to policy to practice.
v.15, n.2, 1996, pp.43-49.

New trends in European youth and drug cultures, by H. Knutagard.
v.15, n.2, 1996, pp.37-42.

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

National Youth Alcohol Media Campaign, by J. Noel.
v.14, n.3, 1995, pp.53-56.

Taking the hiccups out of alcohol education, by A. Harris and M. Sheehan.
v.14, n.1, 1995, pp.41-45.

Measuring demographics and drug use of Australian teenagers, by C. Ovenden and W. Loxley.
v.13, n.3, 1994, pp.42-45.

Parents or peers: Who influences adolescent drug use the most?, by T. McCallum.
v.13, n.3, 1994, pp.36-41.

'Not a problem': Young people's perceptions of their use and abuse of alcohol, by R. Broadbent.
v.13, n.3, 1994, pp.32-35.

Young women and drinking, by J. Davey.
v.13, n.3, 1994, pp.28-31.

Weed control: Factors affecting youth smoking in Australia, by B. Andrews and T. Alchin.
v.13, n.3, 1994, pp.21-27.

What is deviant? A comparison of marijuana usage within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and white Australian youth subcultures, by J. Davey and G. Dawes.
v.13, n.1, 1994, pp.49-52.

Come to the cabaret and get legless: Tertiary student 'event' drinking, by J. Davey and J. Clark.
v.10, n.4, 1991, pp.30-34.

Drug use by adolescent athletes, by A. McGufficke, L. Rowling and M. Bailey.
v.9, n.3, 1990, pp.47-50.

High times at high school (marijuana use by Queensland students), by J. Davey.
v.9, n.3, 1990, pp.43-46.

The obsession of drinking and driving, by J. Nance
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1989 v.8 n.3, p.36.

Underage drink driving: Psycho-social correlates of a risk-taking behaviour, by J. Nucifora, S. Forbes and M. Sheehan
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1989 v.8 n.3, pp.30-35.

Parent and adolescent beliefs about drugs, by J. Wilks and J. Callan
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1988/89 v.7/8 n.4/1, pp.65-70.

Adolescent drinking: Psycho-social settings in general and some particular data from Tasmania, by, p. Lynch
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1988 v.7 n.2, pp.20-25.