Growing Up with Unemployment: A Longitudinal Study of Its Psychological Impact

By Anthony H. Winefield; Marika Tiggemann et al. | Go to book overview

First published in 1993
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11 New Fetter Lane, London EC4P 4EE

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© 1993 Anthony H. Winefield, Marika Tiggemann,
Helen R. Winefield and Robert D. Goldney

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Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data
Growing up with unemployment: A longitudinal study of its
psychological impact/Anthony H. Winefield, Marika
Tiggemann, Helen R. Winefield and Robert D. Goldney.
p. cm.-(Adolescence and society)
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
1. Youth-Employment-Australia-Psychological aspects-
Longitudinal studies. 2. Young adults-Employment-
Australia-Psychological aspects-Longitudinal studies
3. Unemployment-Australia-Psychological aspects-
Longitudinal studies.
I. Winefield, Anthony H. (Anthony Harold), 1937-
II. Series.
HD6276.A82G76 1993 92-28811
331.3′4137994-dc20 CIP

ISBN 0-415-07454-1
0-415-07455-X (pbk)

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