Participatory approaches to longitudinal research with young people, by Dan Woodman and Debra Tyler
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Using the social care framework to analyse research on young carers, by Bettina Cass
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Playing for life: New approaches to researching youth and their music practices, by Geraldine Bloustien and Margaret Peters.
v.22, n.2, 2003, pp.32-39.
Relationships and power (Youth Partnership Accountability), by Kathleen Stacey, Emma Webb, Sarah-Lynn Hills, Nina Lagzdins, Desima Moulds, Tony Phillips and Paul Stone
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Are you old enough? Research ethics and young people, by Graeme Stuart
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'You're a peer what?!': Clarifying the roles of peer supporters, educators and researchers for youth consultants, by Tony Phillips, Kathleen Stacey and Jai Milner
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Theorising youth and difference: Australian circus people, by P. Danaher, B. Moriarty and P. Hallinan.
v.19, n.2, 2000, pp.17-21.
And the linear model goes on and on, by P. Dwyer.
v.19, n.1, 2000, p.16.
Adolescents and social policy, by P. Mitchell.
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Youth participation in youth-focused research, by V. Wilkins, K. Bryans and S. Hetzel with A. Cutler and J. Ellis.
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How many homeless youth?, by D. MacKenzie and C. Chamberlain.
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Youth researching youth, by C. Alder and D. Sandor.
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