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The internet, youth participation policies, and the development of young people's political identities in Australia
In Australia, renewed interest in the principles of youth participation during the last decade has led to an increase in the development of youth participation policies, in both the government andExpand
The benefits of social networking services
The use of Social Networking Services (SNS) – such as Facebook.com and Twitter.com – has become a popular and integral part of everyday communication in Australia. Young people in Australia areExpand
Participatory design of evidence-based online youth mental health promotion, intervention and treatment
One of the key challenges for radically improving young people's mental health is how to research, design and develop interventions that are not only evidence-based but engaging for young people.Expand
Young men’s attitudes and behaviour in relation to mental health and technology: implications for the development of online mental health services
BackgroundThis mixed-methods study was designed to explore young Australian men’s attitudes and behaviour in relation to mental health and technology use to inform the development of online mentalExpand
Participatory Research as One Piece of the Puzzle: A Systematic Review of Consumer Involvement in Design of Technology-Based Youth Mental Health and Well-Being Interventions
Background Despite the potential of technology-based mental health interventions for young people, limited uptake and/or adherence is a significant challenge. It is thought that involving youngExpand
ReachOut.com: The role of an online service for promoting help-seeking in young people
Abstract Considerable investment over the last decade in strategies to improve mental health and wellbeing in Australia has seen a notable increase in the availability and awareness of youth-specificExpand
Intergenerational Attitudes Towards Social Networking and Cybersafety : a Living Lab
Research has shown that young people are much better equipped to deal with online risks than adults assume and that young people themselves are the most valuable resource for adults concerned aboutExpand
The Role of Technology in Engaging Disengaged Youth: Final Report
This research analyses the ways in which young and disadvantaged Vocational and Education and Training students can be engaged through new information and communications technologies. The continuedExpand
Young Men, Mental Health, and Technology: Implications for Service Design and Delivery in the Digital Age
Background Young men are particularly vulnerable to suicide, drug, and alcohol problems and yet fail to seek appropriate help. An alternative or adjunct to face-to-face services has emerged withExpand
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