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If It Doesn't Directly Affect You, You Don't Think About It’: a qualitative study of young people's environmental attitudes in two Australian cities
SUMMARY This article presents a range of findbigs from a qualitative study of the environmental attitudes of young people across their final 2 years of secondary school in the two Australian citiesExpand
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Environment, education, and society in the Asia-Pacific: local traditions and global discourses
Preface Rupert Maclean, UNESCO Office for Asia and the Pacific Introduction David Yencken, John Fien and Helen Sykes 1. Attitudes to nature in the East and West David Yencken 2. The research DavidExpand
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Young People and the Environment in Australia: Beliefs, Knowledge, Commitment and Educational Implications.
There is a paucity of research in Australia on the nature of young people's attitudes, knowledge and actions. This paper reports on the findings from one such study of Australian high schoolExpand
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Youth environmental attitudes in Australia and Brunei: implications for education
This paper explores similarities and differences in the knowledge, beliefs and actions that comprise the environmental attitudes of senior secondary school students in Australia and Brunei. UtilisingExpand
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A systematic review to appraise the evidence relating to the impact and effects of formal continuing professional education on professional practice
The literature relating to post-registration education showed that registered nurses demand higher education in order to keep up with pre-registrants. The systematic review of the literature alsoExpand
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Youth homelessness : courage and hope
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Environment, Education and Society in the Asia Pacific: Three Key Questions
This paper is a response to three issues raised by Bill Marsden (2001) in the second part of his review of our recent book, Environment, Education and Society in the Asia Pacific: Local traditionsExpand
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Young people and the environment: An Asia-Pacific perspective, vol. 1
List of contributors. Acknowledgements. Introduction. 1. Young People and the Environment: A Cross-cultural Study D. Yencken. 2. Japan B. Barrett, O. Abe, E. Harako, S. Ishikawa. 3. China - GuangzhouExpand
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Australian Leadership Reader: Six Leading Australians and Their Stories, The
Of interest to ages 15 years and up and especially appropriate for use in Australian secondary and undergraduate studies, this unique book does not try to define leadership, but instead encouragesExpand
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