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Public space: A rights-based approach, by Anna Copeland.
v.23, n.3, 2004, pp.40-45.

Teens in cyberspace: Do they encounter friend or foe?, by Michele Fleming and Debra Rickwood.
v.23, n.3, 2004, pp.46-50.

Geographies of noise: Youth, live music and urban leisure, by Shane Homan.
v.22, n.2, 2003, pp.12-18.

The Screamers, by Sarah Baker.
v.22, n.2, 2003, pp.19-25.

'Hanging out': Print media constructions of young people in 'public space', by
Ruth Panelli, Karen Nairn, Nicola Atwool and Jaleh McCormack.
v.21, n.4, 2002, pp.38-48.

Public space: special focus issue
v.20, n.1, 2001.

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.

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

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

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

Rights of passage: Insights and experiences from a youth project in a large shopping mall, by N. Robinson
v.18, n.4, 1999, pp.22-25.

Shopping centre developments and youth consultations, by N. Robins.
v.15, n.1, 1996, pp.37-38.

Tracking teenagers in time and space, by J.L. Cotterell.
v.9, n.4, 1990, pp.32-37.