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Funding

The development of this volume emerged from joint and individual research projects and we acknowledge the numerous sources of funding which have supported our work: Educating the adolescent: An historical study of curriculum, counselling and citizenship, Australian Research Council Discovery Project (J.McLeod & K.Wright, DP0987299);Wellbeing in secondary schools, Melbourne University Fellowship (K. Wright); Youth identify and educational change in Australia since 1950: Digital archiving, re-using qualitative data and histories of the present, Australian Research Council Future Fellowship (J. McLeod, FT110100646); and Childhood maltreatment and late modernity: Public inquiries, social justice and education, Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (K. Wright, DE140100060). [Book]

History

Publication Date

01/01/2015

Book Title

Rethinking Youth Wellbeing: Critical Perspectives

Editors

Wright K McLeod J

Publisher

Springer

Place of publication

Singapore

Pagination

22p. (p. 197-218)

ISBN-13

9789812871879

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