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YARN The Youth Affairs Research Network is based at the University of Melbourne. YARN promotes and supports research into youth issues Search Institute An independent, nonprofit organization committed not only to contributing to the knowledge base about youth development, but also committed to translating high-quality research on children and youth into practical ideas, tools, services, and resources for families, neighborhoods, schools, organizations, and communities
International Adolescent Research Societies The Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies maintain a page on international adolescent research societies and organisations which deal specifically with adolescent research EdResearch Online A database of over 11, 000 research documents and articles
NYARS Reports The Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies publish the NYARS series of research reports (National Youth Affairs Research Scheme) ESRC: Youth, Citizenship and Social Change The aim of the ESRC's youth research programme is to improve understanding of the ways in which young people aged 15-25 make the transition to adult life and to identify the kinds of support and resources they need to become effective citizens of the 21st century
Nuorisotutkimusseuran (Suomeksi)
Finnish Youth Research Society (English)
The Society's primary objective is to offer a forum for cooperation between youth researchers and other people who are interested in questions concerning young people
German Youth Institute A non-university social science research institute specialising in the study of children, youth, women, men and families
Society for Research on Adolescence A dynamic, multidisciplinary, international organization dedicated to understanding adolescence through research and dissemination Oregon Social Learning Center Research focuses primarily on factors related to the family, peer group and school experience which contribute to healthy social adjustment in key settings, including the home, school, and the community during childhood, and the workplace, intimate relationships and parenthood during adulthood
Trust for the Study of Adolescence TSA, was founded in 1989 to create an organisation which would promote the study of adolescence, and work towards a wider understanding of this stage of human development ESRC Society Today A new website offering access to an unrivalled range of high quality social and economic research. It is run by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) - the UK's largest funding agency for research and postgraduate training relating to social and economic issues.
Directory of Australian Youth Researchers A searchable data base of youth researchers Adolescentology Uniting worldwide researchers and clinicians engaged in studying adolescence to foster cooperation, exchange of scientific and clinical information and share in research projects
Nordic Youth Research Information The general organisation of a range of networking activities and information systems for youth research in the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden) Child Trends A nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization that studies children, youth, and families through research, data collection, and data analysis
students-as-researchers This site contains student accounts of their findings and experiences as students-as-researchers operating within the Department of Education, Employment and Training schools in South Australia. This site also contains teacher accounts of implementing a students-as-researchers approach in schools Using the Web for Social Research Extensive links to research resources on the www
Youth and Society A hub of researchers from several academic disciplines that links faculty with community representatives, youth, service agencies, all levels of government, and media. Partners have extensive experience in basic research, community action research, and direct service to youth Youth Research Center (Hong Kong) The aims and objectives of the Youth Research Centre are: To conduct and encourage youth research into all areas of social, political and economic life, on which the values, behaviors, needs and problems encountered by the young people in Hong Kong are then able to be ascertained; To provide the public information on young people through timely and quality youth studies; To maximize and share research resources by cooperation or joint ventures with local or overseas youth research institutions or agencies.
Research Committee on Sociology of Youth RC34 The aim of RC34 is to contribute to the development of theory and practice of youth sociology and youth research on an international level, uniting professional knowledge, scientific consciousness, and social commitment of its members to work on problems and issues of youth on a local, regional, and international level Queensland (AU) Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research Undertakes research and evaluation and produce educational resources pertaining to domestic and family violence
Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation One of the nation's preeminent independent, nonprofit organi zations merging scientific knowledge and proven practice to create solutions that improve the health, safety and well-being of individuals, communities, nations, and the world Australian Youth Research Center Located in the Department of Educational Policy and Management, Faculty of Education at The University Of Melbourne. It was established in 1988 in response to a recognised need by the youth affairs sector for relevant and up to date research on the issues facing young people today


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