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Cover (small) September 2008 Youth Studies Australia

Online network use in schools: Social and educational opportunities, by Tanya Notley
v.27, n.3, pp.20-29.

Youth 'at risk'? Young people, sexual health and consent, by Anastasia Powell
v.26, n.4, pp.21-28. 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.

Breaking a spell of silence: The Tasmanian evaluation of the 2006 Pride and Prejudice program, by Doug Bridge
v.26, n.1, 2007, pp.32-40.

Minimum standards for quality education for refugee youth (Programs and Practice paper), by Jackie Kirk and Elizabeth Cassity
v.26, n.1, 2007, pp.50-56.

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

Youth work in schools: Should youth workers also be teachers? by Tim Corney.
v.25, n.3, 2006, pp.17-25.

The Resilient Families program: Promoting health and wellbeing in adolescents and their parents during the transition to secondary school, by Alison Shortt, John Toumbourou, Rianna Chapman & Elke Power.
v.25, n.2, 2006, pp.33-40.

Young carers and education: Identifying the barriers to satisfactory education for young carers, by Tim Moore.
v.24, n.4, 2005, pp.50-55.

'On Track' to what? A Foucauldian analysis of a recent Victorian postcompulsory education policy initiative, by Annelies Kamp.
v.24, n.2, 2005, pp.39-44.

Pathways and pitfalls: Refugee young people in and around the education system, by Louise Olliff and Jen Couch.
v.24 n.3, 2005, pp.42-46.

Making up for lost time: Southern Sudanese young refugees in high schools, by Elizabeth Cassity and Greg Gow.
v.24 n.3, 2005, pp.51-55.

Engaging students with school life, by Sue Thomson
v.24, n.1, 2005, pp.10-15.

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.

Harvard, soccer and over-scheduled families, by Alvin Rosenfeld
v.23, n.1, 2004, pp.15-18.

Enhancing the educational outcomes of boys: Findings from the ACT investigation into boys' education, by Andrew Martin.
v.22, n.4, 2003, pp.27-36.

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

Mining Tin Pan Alley, by Susan West.
v.22, n.2, 2003, pp.25-31.

Supporting music projects: MusicNSW
v.22, n.2, 2003, p.55.

The Second National Census of Homeless School Students, by David MacKenzie and Chris Chamberlain.
v.21, n.4, 2002, pp.24-31. Available in full text online as a PDF (232 k) or as web text.

Leadership from within: rural community revitalisation and the school-community partnership, by Susan Johns, Sue Kilpatrick, Ian Faulk and Bill Mulford
v.20, n.3, 2001, pp.20-25.

Making ends meet: The experiences of undergraduate students of education at the University of Ballarat, by S. Turale
v.20, n.2, 2001, pp.29-34.

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.

Addressing homophobia and sex-based discrimination in schools, by D. Murray
v.20, n.1, 2001, pp.32-36.

A plus for puberty: Multimedia sexuality education for upper primary school students, by K. Powell and T. Simpson.
v.19, n.4, 2000, pp.45-47.

What do they think? Queerly raised and queer-friendly students, by M. Pallotta-Chiarolli.
v.19, n.4, 2000, pp.34-40.

Talking sexual health: What goes into a national framework for HIV/AIDS education in secondary schools?, by A. Mitchell, D. Ollis and J. Watson.
v.19, n.4, 2000, pp.22-27.

Sexuality education for teenagers in the new millennium, by J. Goldman.
v.19, n.4, 2000, pp.11-18.

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.

The education of homeless youth in Australia: An overview of the issues, by J.D.G. Goldman and L.D. La Castra.
v.19, n.2, 2000, pp.43-49.

Flight, enmeshment, circus and Australian youth, by P.A. Danaher and G. Danaher.
v.19, n.1, 2000, pp.26-30.

A fair go? The problems and needs of international and non-English-speaking background students at Australian universities, by K. Batorowicz.
v.18, n.3, 1999, pp.37-40.

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

Philosophy, young people and well-being, by T. Sprod.
v.18, n.2, 1999, pp.12-16.

School-focused youth service: Building coalitions amidst social and economic change, by B. Mudaly.
v.18, n.1, 1999, pp.43-49.

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.

The educational experiences of homeless teenage girls on Australia's Gold Coast, by J.D.G. Goldman and L. La Castra.
v.17, n.3, 1998, pp.20-25.

Reading doesn't have to damage your street cred, by S. Ashby.
v.17, n.1, 1998, p.46.

Post-registration truancy, by P. Kilpatrick.
v.17, n.1, 1998, pp.28-35.

Outlook of rural secondary students: A preliminary case study in North Queensland, by L. Bourke.
v.16, n.3, 1997, pp.11-16.

Public school professionals' understanding, perceptions and experience of youth suicidal behaviour, by P.J. Mallett and K.J. Swabey.
v.16, n.2, 1997, pp.41-49.

Wired for learning: Integrating computers and communications in education, by P. Carey.
v.16, n.2, 1997, pp.26-33.

Missing school: Implications of curriculum structuring for students with attendance problems, by P. Kilpatrick.
v.15, n.4, 1996, pp.19-22.

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

Worawa - more than a school: Aboriginal culture and academic goals are integrated in this unique school, by G.Triffett
v.14, n.4, 1995, pp.35-37.

Family mobility: Social and academic effects on young adolescents, by B.A. Fields.
v.14, n.2, 1995, pp.27-31.

Noticed but not understood: Homeless youth at school, by Y. Symons and R. Smith.
v.14, n.1, 1995, pp.29-35.

Life at school used to be good: Victimisation and health concerns of secondary students, by P.T. Slee.
v.13, n.4, 1994, pp.20-23.

The challenge of retention: Raising and meeting students' educational expectations, by J. Abbott-Chapman.
v.13, n.2, 1994, pp.17-20.

Factors influencing the decision to stay on at or leave school, by B. Hemmings, D. Hill and R. Kay.
v.13, n.2, 1994, pp.13-16.

Corporate sponsorship in the classroom: Serving the information needs of young people or exposing inappropriate messages?, by K. Sunderland.
v.13, n.1, 1994, pp.24-28.

Ethnic schools: A first state study: Part II, by F. Hearn and W. Ramsay.
v.12, n.4, 1993, pp.50-53.

Post-compulsory retention in the UK: Learning to stay the course, by J. Middleton.
v.12, n.4, 1993, pp.47-49.

Classroom environments in post-compulsory education, by B. Fraser.
v.12, n.4, 1993, pp.41-46.

Adolescent stress and post-compulsory schooling: Moving beyond the good study manager/hopeless study manager duality, by L. Stevens and P. Kelly.
v.12, n.4, 1993, pp.35-40.

On the margins of their own education: Constructing the relations between youth and schooling, by M. Vick.
v.12, n.4, 1993, pp.30-34.

The Park Road Centre: An alternative school for adolescent school refusers, by D. Brand.
v.12, n.4, 1993, pp.26-29.

The really hard cases: A social profile and policy review of early school leaving, by Q. Beresford.
v.12, n.4, 1993, pp.15-25.

Some day, when my health is good? The experiences of young Southeast Asian refugees in Australian schools, by, p. Rice, A. Rice and P. Dhamarak.
v.12, n.3, 1993, pp.39-43.

Ethnic schools: A first state study: Part I, by F. Hearn and W. Ramsay.
v.12, n.3, 1993, pp.34-38.

Streetkids to schoolkids: Education as a solution to homelessness, by B. Corbitt.
v.12, n.2, 1993, pp.38-44.

Disabling or enabling: The rhetoric and practice of integration, by R. Slee and S. Cook.
v.12, n.1, 1993, pp.35-39.

Change the school environment: Issues in the provision of postcompulsory education, by L. Crawford and J. Williamson.
v.11, n.2, 1992, pp.43-45.

Increasing student retention: Issues and strategies on retention, by G. Bradley.
v.11, n.2, 1992, pp.37-42.

Coming in from the country: Tertiary education participation by remote rural students, by C.R. Boylan.
v.10, n.4, 1991, pp.52-55.

This desire to learn (YSA Interview part 3) Gifted and talented Australian students: The need for understanding and support, by C.J. Denholm.
v.10, n.4, 1991, pp.22-23.

This desire to learn (YSA Interview part 2) Science is for everyone, by R. Watts.
v.10, n.4, 1991, pp.20-21.

This desire to learn (YSA Interview part 1) A conversation with ANZAAS youth delegates.
v.10, n.4, 1991, pp.12-20.

The university student: Valued client or just another number?, by G. Patterson.
v.10, n.1, 1991, pp.50-55.

Students', teachers' and parents' perceptions of school life, by W. Ramsay and E. Clark.
v.9, n.4, 1990, pp.43-50.

Teaching youth today: A program for the future, by K. Mercer
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1989 v.8 n.3, pp.49-50.

Responding to change: A review of ten years in futures education, by R. Slaughter
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1989 v.8 n.3, pp.20-25.

Targets for social justice: The education and training of 16- and 17-year-olds, by D. Ashenden
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1989 v.8 n.3, pp.7-10.

Government policy and higher education: Seeing more colours in the educational rainbow than green and white, by E. Clark and W. Ramsay
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1989 v.8 n.2, pp.31-36.

A universal system? Education and training for all 16- and 17-year-olds, by D. Ashenden
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1989 v.8 n.2, pp.10-18.

Do schools have a future?, by S.L. Smith
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1988/89 v.7/8 n.4/1, pp.14-17.

The role and purpose of education in Australia: The challenges for TAFE and training, by C. Parkinson
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1988 v.7 n.3, pp.17-19.

The role of schools and society in preserving and nurturing social capital, by E.E. Clark and W. Ramsay
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1988 v.7 n.3, pp.11-16.

Increased retention to the senior years of high school - some considerations, by J. Ward
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1988 v.7 n.3, pp.8-10.

Human relations education in Australian schools, by I. Wolcott
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1988 v.7 n.3, pp.2-7.

The effect of schooling on adolescent health, by M. Middleton
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1988 v.7 n.2, pp.44-47.

Powerhouse or gravy train? Credentialism and policy on education and the economy, by D. Ashenden
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1988 v.7 n.2, pp.13-19.

Deciding on TAFE: Perspectives of early school leavers and their parents, by M. Powles
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1987 v.6 n.4, pp.6-11.

Work shadowing, by, p. Cole
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1987 v.6 n.4, pp.2-5.

Alternative models of work experience, by, p. Cole
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1987 v.6 n.3, pp.17-21.

Changes that will improve schooling, by S. Smith
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1987 v.6 n.3, pp.8-13.

In the national interest: Some comments, by D. Ashenden
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1987 v.6 n.3, pp.2-7.

Subject choices and job areas of young people in Victoria, by J. Taylor
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1987 v.6 n.2, pp.20-22.

Developing effective cooperation between education and industry, by J. Cumming
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1987 v.6 n.2, pp.7-11.

Access to tertiary education: Socio-economic and ethnic background of students, by H. Simpson
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1987 v.6 n.1, pp.40-45.

Dropping out or staying on? Factors affecting secondary retention in Tasmania, by J. Abbott-Chapman
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1987 v.6 n.1, pp.24-30.

Truancy: From causes to program direction, by M. Leeds
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1987 v.6 n.1, pp.20-23.

Educating for cultural understanding: The work of the Combating Prejudice in Schools Project, by K. Skelton
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1986 v.5 n.3, pp.36-39.

PEP programs in Western Sydney's TAFE colleges, by, p. West
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1986 v.5 n.3, pp.21-24.

Innovation in TAFE in Western Australia - anomalies, funding cuts and the future, by D. Prichard
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1986 v.5 n.2, pp.32-35.