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Tasmania's young people, 1996
Bib ID 513171
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Description [Hobart] : Australian Bureau of Statistics, South Australian Office, : National Youth Affairs Research Scheme, 1998 
vii, 77 p. : maps ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 064225799X
Notes

Catalogue no. 4123.6.

Chiefly tables.

"Denis W. Rogers, Regional Director, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Tasmania and Dr. Martyn Forrest, Secretary, Department of Education, Training, Community and Cultural Development, Tasmania.

Subjects Children - Tasmania - Statistics.  |  Youth - Tasmania - Statistics.  |  Adolescence - Tasmania - Statistics.
Other authors/contributors Australian Bureau of Statistics. Tasmanian Office  |  National Youth Affairs Research Scheme (Australia)

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