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Muhamat @ Kawangit, Razaleigh and Talib, Ahmad Tarmizi (2010) Penyelesaian permasalahan belia dari perspektif agama. Malaysian Journal of Youth Studies, 3 . pp. 39-54. ISSN 2180-1649

Sarjit Singh Gill, and Charanjit Kaur, (2010) Peranan dan cabaran mahasiswa melestarikan Gagasan 1 Malaysia. Malaysian Journal of Youth Studies, 2 . pp. 105-118. ISSN 2180-1649

Sarjit Singh Gill, and Amir Zal, W. A. and Redzuan, Maarof (2009) Jurang digital belia orang asli di Bukit Lanjan, Selangor. Malaysian Journal of Youth Studies, 1 (1). pp. 69-97. ISSN 2180-1649

Abu Samah, Asnarulkhadi (2009) Kelompangan dasar belia negara - menyangga potensi belia menerusi pendekatan transformasi konflik. Malaysian Journal of Youth Studies, 1 . ISSN 2180-1649

Ab. Halim, Adlina (2009) Pengetahuan golongan belia terhadap pendekatan Islam Hadhari. Malaysian Journal of Youth Studies, 1 . pp. 117-132. ISSN 2180-1649

Abdullah, Haslinda and Sarjit Singh Gill, and Ahmad, Nobaya and Ahmad, Zaid and Ghazali, Syamsihana (2009) Remaja dan budaya lumba haram di Lembah Klang. Malaysian Journal of Youth Studies, 1 . pp. 165-178. ISSN 2180-1649

Dahalan, Dzuhailmi and Ahmad, Nobaya and Abdullah, Nor Azliza Wanis and Hassan, Salleh and Othman, Jamilah and Muda, Mariah (2009) Implikasi keterlibatan audiens belia dengan kempen perpaduan di televisyen: perbandingan belia melayu dan bukan melayu. Malaysian Journal of Youth Studies, 1 . ISSN 2180-1649

Chin, Yee Mun and Lee, Yok Fee (2009) Socialization of ethnic identity and its consequence in the form of polarization among youth in Malaysia. Malaysian Journal of Youth Studies, 1 . pp. 151-164. ISSN 2180-1649

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