Independence, individualism and connection among share householders, by Kristin Natalier
v.26, n.1, 2007, pp.17-24.
The changing relationship between the generations: It could even be good news? by Michael Pusey
v.26, n.1, 2007, pp.9-16.
The 'Teen Triple P' Positive Parenting Program: A preliminary evaluation, by Alan Ralph, Matthew Sanders.
v.25, n.2, 2006, pp.41-48.
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.
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.
Harvard, soccer and over-scheduled families, by Alvin Rosenfeld
v.23, n.1, 2004, pp.15-18.
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.
Children of Parents with a Mental Illness ? a national initiative, by Sue Garvin, Sue McAllister and Philip Robinson
v.21, n.2, 2002, pp.17-22.
Sibling Project, by Kate Strohm (provision of services for siblings of children with disabilities or chronic illness)
v.20, n.4, 2001, pp.48-52.
Hopes and fears: the life choices, aspirations and well-being of young rural women, by Penny Warner-Smith and Christina Lee
v.20, n.3, 2001, pp.32-37.
'Tell Me About it': a community-based project to reduce the rate of teen pregnancy in Wagga Wagga, by Jacinta Makin and Susan Butler
v.20, n.3, 2001, pp.49-52.
Investing in community: Building capacity in culturally diverse communities to enhance resilience in young people and their families, by B. Mudaly.
v.18, n.4, 1999, pp.40-48.
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.
Who pays for crime? Punishing young people and their families, by R. Hil.
v.15, n.4, 1996, pp.23-27.
Leaving the nest, NOT! How young people, with parental support, are living at home longer, by B. Ellis.
v.15, n.1, 1996, pp.34-36.
Family mobility: Social and academic effects on young adolescents, by B.A. Fields.
v.14, n.2, 1995, pp.27-31.
Parents or peers: Who influences adolescent drug use the most?, by T. McCallum.
v.13, n.3, 1994, pp.36-41.
Who knows what? Parent and peer orientations in adolescent decision making, by J. Wilks and M.A. Orth.
v.10, n.4, 1991, pp.36-40.
Becoming adults: The effects of prolonged dependence on young people, by F. Maas.
v.9, n.1, 1990, pp.24-29.
Young people leaving home in Australia: The trend toward independence, by C. Young; reviewed by R. Fopp
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1988 v.7 n.1, pp.39-42.
Young people, the family and social class: Issues for research and social policy, by A. Jamrozik
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1988 v.7 n.1, pp.26-32.
The abolition of junior unemployment benefit: Who should bear the cost?, by F. Maas
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1987 v.6 n.3, pp.14-16.
Unsupported students: Still on the outside, by F. Maas
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1987 v.6 n.2, pp.12-15.
Family conflict and leaving home, by F. Maas
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1986 v.5 n.1, pp.9-13.