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Below are some recommended journals. Click on the title of the journal to access the fulltext articles for each issue. To be notified when a new issue has been published, click on the RSS link and subscribe to the RSS feed.
Note that some publishers impose an online full-text publishing delay. You are able to use the Request a non-SCU item link (from the Library catalogue) to obtain copies of articles not available due to this delay.
|Journal Homepage & Table of Contents||ToC RSS||Start year|
|Australian Social Work||RSS||1997|
|Children & Society||RSS||1987|
|Children Australia||RSS||1994 (2 month delay)|
|Children's Geographies||RSS||2003 (12 month delay)|
|Childrenz Issues||RSS||1997 (2 month delay)|
|Communities, Children and Families Australia||RSS||2007 (2 month delay)|
|The Future of Children||RSS||2000|
|International Journal of Child, Youth & Family Studies||RSS||2010|
|International Journal of Children's Rights||RSS||1997 (12 month delay)|
|Journal of Child and Family Studies||RSS||1997|
|Journal of Children and Poverty||RSS||1998|
|Journal of Youth Studies||RSS||1998 (18 month delay)|
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds are a web-based alternative to email for receiving alerts from some databases and web-sites.
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