RURAL RESILIENCE Youth 'making a life' in regions of high unemployment

Abbott-Chapman, Joan
September 2001
Youth Studies Australia;Sep2001, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p26
Academic Journal
Examines rural families' social capital and resilience based on the studies of education and training in rural schools in northern Tasmania. Attitude of school leavers and their teachers toward post-compulsory school participation; Influence of parents and family on post-school choices; Overview of a study on Year 10 leavers in rural schools. INSET: Social Capital: A brief note.


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