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Journal of Applied Youth Studies

The Journal of Applied Youth Studies publishes research-based and/or practice-informed analysis of young people and youth work, with a particular focus on the Australasia, Pacific and South East Asia regions. The journal is published by the Centre for Applied Youth Research, a not-for-profit incorporated organisation based in Hobart, Tasmania.

The journal includes papers across the practice-research-policy continuum, and is interdisciplinary in orientation. It strives to present youth issues and research in an accessible and reader-friendly fashion while retaining scholarly integrity. All articles in the Journal are peer reviewed, including those papers of particular relevance to practitioners working directly with young people, as part of the mission of the Journal is to support and enhance a wide variety of contributions from the field. Each submission is evaluated on the basis of the quality and importance of its analysis and evaluation of substantive youth issues, youth work interventions and youth affairs policies.

Publication Details
Name of Publisher: Centre for Applied Youth Research
Place of Publication: Sandy Bay, TAS
Resource Type: Journal
EISSN: 2204-9207
Publication Year: 2015
Publication Frequency: Quarterly
Coverage: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2015) - onwards (Comprehensive)
Subject Covered: Social policy; Social groups