Young people’s wellbeing
Young people’s wellbeing

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The following material appears in Understanding youth: perspectives, identities and practices, (edited by Mary Jane Kehily) published by The Open University in association with Sage Publications. First published 2007. Copyright © 2007 The Open University. This book is one of two (other one being Youth in Context: Frameworks, Settings and Encounters, edited by Martin Robb) which form core texts for an Open University course KE308 Youth: Perspectives and Practice. This popular free course was refined and updated in July 2021 by Frank Carter.

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