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No Title Year Author Type
641 'We just get really fired up': Indigenous boys, masculinities and schooling 2003 Martino, W. Journal article
642 Responding to responses: interaction between Indigenous Australian students and their non-Indigenous teachers 2003 Galloway, A. Book
643 Best practice guidelines for the management of type 1 diabetes in children and adolescents: summary for health professionals 2003 Queensland Health Report
644 2003 NSW young people in custody health survey: key findings report 2003 New South Wales Department of Juvenile Justice Report
645 The development of the Westerman Aboriginal symptom checklist for youth: a measure to assess the moderating effects of cultural resilience with Aboriginal youth at risk of depression, anxiety and suicidal behaviours 2003 Westerman, T.G. Thesis
646 Risk, criminogenic need and responsivity: an evaluative framework applied to the Operation Flinders Wilderness Therapy Program for youth-at-risk 2003 Raymond, I. Report
647 The characteristics and extent of participation of deaf and hard-of-hearing students in regular classes in Australian schools 2002 Power, D. Hyde, M. Journal article
648 Young Indigenous males, custody and the rites of passage 2001 Ogilvie, E. Van Zyl, A. Report
649 STEP manual: an educational resource for those working with Indigenous, refugee and same sex attracted young people 2001 Victorian Child and Adolescent Mental Health Promotion Officers Farnan, C. Report
650 Operation Flinders – the 2001 evaluation summary 2001 University of South Australia Forensic and Applied Psychology Research Group Report
 
 
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