The first edition of the Journal of Applied Youth Studies was launched by Damian Bugg at the inaugural symposium of the Centre for Applied Youth Research held in Hobart on Friday 31 July 2015.

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Table of Contents

Editorial

BY ROB WHITE

Much more than metrics: Asia-Pacific youth, opportunities for change in the digital age (CAYR members only)

BY SHEILA A. ALLISON

Youth transition to work in an age of uncertainty and insecurity: Towards an expanded notion of work for insight and innovation (CAYR members only)

BY VICTOR WONG

The challenge of addressing continuity in gendered patterns in Asia and the Pacific (CAYR members only)

BY HELEN CAHILL, JULIA COFFEY, JOHANNA WYN & SALLY BEADLE

Traditional youth associations as agents of social change: A case study of youth and adult partnership in a Malaysian fishing village (CAYR members only)

BY STEVEN ERIC KRAUSS, SHEPHERD ZELDIN AND DZUHAILMI DAHALAN

Muslim youth’s identity in Australia: Vigilant, rational and bicultural (CAYR members only)

BY NAHID AFROSE KABIR

The watchmaker’s chainsaw: Why New Public Management is the wrong tool for youth work (and most of the professions) (CAYR members only)

BY HOWARD SERCOMBE

Tackling the unmarked in youth development: Why settle for the west when a new dawn brings new possibilities (CAYR members only)

BY FIONA BEALS

Book review (CAYR members only)

BY SHEILA A. ALLISON