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Social Citizenship and Employment for Secondary School Students

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The study will guide communities, policy makers and social institutions about how best to encourage the development of social and workplace citizenship behaviour in young people at a time of multiple, intersecting and possibly contradictory social, policy and legislative changes. It will identify the structural mechanisms (via curriculum development, industry policies/practice and public policy development) through which young student-workers may become less vulnerable and more empowered in their labour market experiences. Ultimately, this will result in a stronger voice for young people and hence a strengthened social fabric in the domain of work**Grantor:Australian Research Council (ARC)**External Ref:LP0774931

Research areas

Industrial Relations
industrial relations
school to work transition
social citizenship at work
youth employment


Has participant
Paula Kathleen Mcdonald  (Researcher)


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Published - Open Access