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Graduating from the child welfare system: An overview of the UK leaving care debate, by Philip Mendes and Badal Moslehuddin.
v.22, n.4, 2003, pp.37-43.

National Youth Policy in Sweden
v.20, n.2, 2001, pp.46-51.

Youth participation in designing public spaces, by R. White
v.20, n.1, 2001, pp.19-26.

Adolescents in the 21st century, by R. Larson and J. Mortimer.
v.19, n.1, 2000, pp.11-13.

Professional lions and multi-skilled kangaroos: Youth work professionalism in South Africa and Australia, by D. Maunders.
v.18, n.1, 1999, pp.37-42.

Freedom of Speech: An innovative project from the UK, by J. Critchlow.
v.17, n.1, 1998, pp.43-45.

In the eyes of social workers: The social production of marginality of youth in Hong Kong, by V. Wong and S. Chiu.
v.17, n.1, 1998, pp.36-42.

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.

Youth mental health promotion: A public health perspective (NZ), by R. Moore.
v.16, n.4, 1997, pp.27-36.

Disappointed, disadvantaged, disappeared: British reintegration project, by B. Merton.
v.15, n.3, 1996, pp.48-49.

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.

Youth culture in Sweden, by YARN (Youth Affairs Research Network).
v.14, n.2, 1995, p.53.

Young people and the environment: A comparative analysis of young environmentalists and decision-makers in Australia and Canada, by E W. van der Veen.
v.13, n.4, 1994, pp.24-29.

The tomorrow people: The Japanese youth challenge to traditional values, by D. Sandhu.
v.13, n.3, 1994, pp.53-55.

Youth policy in the USA: Community and youth development, by D. Maunders.
v.13, n.2, 1994, pp.21-26.

The Dutch welfare state in transition: The case of youth policy, by, p. Kwakkelstein.
v.13, n.1, 1994, pp.12-18.

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

Disabilities legislation in the US: A brief note on the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), by E. Clark.
v.12, n.1, 1993, pp.2-3.

Contracts and agreements - Government reforms in New Zealand, by C. White and J. Bessant.
v.10, n.3, 1991, pp.27-33.

The Swedish way and youth research: An Australian perspective, by B. Wilson.
v.10, n.1, 1991, pp.17-19.

Swedish youth: Undermined through overcaring?, by A. Seller.
v.10, n.1, 1991, pp.12-16.

Canadian child and youth care - 1979-89, by C.J. Denholm.
v.9, n.2, 1990, pp.51-56.

Queensland child care systems: Reflections by Canadian work experience students, by G. Charles and I. Thumlert.
v.9, n.2, 1990, pp.28-33.

School-based child and youth care services in Canadian schools, by C. Denholm
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies'.
v.8, n.4, 1989, pp.44-47.

Reforming secondary education in the United States, by C. Finn
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies'.
v.8, n.4, 1989, pp.36-43.

The challenge of mass driver education in New Zealand, by B.J. Kirkwood
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies'.
v.8, n.4, 1989, pp.13-18.

The Youth Employment Agency - Ireland's response to high youth unemployment, by P. Kenyon
'Youth Studies and Abstracts: Bulletin of the National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies', 1986 v.5 n.3, pp.29-31.