Youth and society: the two transitions : a review of Australian research on young people in work and education
ACER, Dec 31, 1990 - Education - 304 pages
Study of the position of young people in work and education in the changing Australia of the 1980s. Argues that the difficulties confronting the transition from education to work are caused by the fact that society itself is in transition rather than in deficiencies in young people themselves.
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