Australian Youth Safety Survey 2020 Technical Report

Technical report


Higginson, Angela and Morgan, Matthew. 2020. Australian Youth Safety Survey 2020 Technical Report. Brisbane, Australia. Queensland University of Technology.
Title

Australian Youth Safety Survey 2020 Technical Report

Report TypeTechnical report
AuthorsHigginson, Angela (Author) and Morgan, Matthew (Author)
Institution of OriginQueensland University of Technology
Number of Pages137
Year2020
PublisherQueensland University of Technology
Place of PublicationBrisbane, Australia
ISSN2652-3809
Web Address (URL)https://research.qut.edu.au/centre-for-justice/wp-content/uploads/sites/304/2020/12/HIGGINSON-Research-Report-2020.pdf
Abstract

The Australian Youth Safety Survey is an online survey of young Australians focusing on their experiences of identity, diversity, and safety. Participants shared information about their sense of identity and their attitudes to ethnicity, immigration, and police, their feelings about their families, peers, schools, and neighbourhoods, as well as their history of victimisation or offending. This Technical Report summarises the responses collected from a diverse group of 3,147 young people aged between 14 and 25, living in urban, regional, and remote Australia.1

KeywordsAustralian youth; safety
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020440218. Victims
Byline AffiliationsQueensland University of Technology
Queensland Univeristy of Technology
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