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Asian American Teen Fiction: An Urban Public Library Analysis

Backman, Antonio, Chayse Sundt and Sarah Park Dahlen. “Asian American Teen Fiction: An Urban Public Library Analysis.” Journal of Research on Libraries & Young Adults 9 (2018). n. page. Web. <Date accessed>. 

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Happiness at the End of the Rainbow: Exploring Happy Endings in Young Adult Literature with Queer Female Protagonists, 2009–2017

Colborne, Adrienne and Vivian Howard. “Happiness at the End of the Rainbow: Exploring Happy Endings in Young Adult Literature with Queer Female Protagonists, 2009–2017.” Journal of Research on Libraries & Young Adults 9 (2018). n. page. Web. <Date accessed>. 

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The 2014 Rainbow List: A Descriptive Study of the List and Ten Public Libraries’ Ownership

Creel, Stacy and Rachel McMullen. “The 2014 Rainbow List: A Descriptive Study of the List and Ten Public Libraries’ Ownership.” Journal of Research on Libraries & Young Adults 9 (2018). n. page. Web. <Date accessed>. 

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Patterns in Multicultural Young Adults Novels about Persian Culture

Matloob Haghanikar, Taraneh. “Patterns in Multicultural Young Adults Novels about Persian Culture.” Journal of Research on Libraries & Young Adults 8 (2017). n. page. Web. <Date accessed>. 

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The Real Deal: Teen Characters with Autism in YA Novels

Marilyn Irwin, Ph.D., Emeritus Associate Professor, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University, Indianapolis Annette Y. Goldsmith, Ph.D., Lecturer, Information School, University of Washington Rachel Applegate, Ph.D., Chair & Associate Professor, Department of Library and Information Science, Indiana University, Indianapolis Marilyn Irwin, Annette Y. … Continue reading

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You Are What You Read: Young Adult Literacy and Identity in Rural America

Robin A. Moeller, Assistant Professor, College of Education, Leadership and Educational Studies, Appalachian State University Kim E. Becnel, Assistant Professor, College of Education, Leadership and Educational Studies, Appalachian State University Moeller, Robin A. and Becnel, Kim E. . You Are What You Read: Young Adult Literacy … Continue reading

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YA Literature: The Inside and Cover Story

Editor’s Note: YA Literature: The Inside and Cover Story was accepted for the peer reviewed paper session at YALSA’s third annual Young Adult Literature Symposium held November 2-4, 2012 in St. Louis.  The theme of the conference was “Hit me … Continue reading

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The Cover Story: What the Book Jacket of Adele Minchin’s Young Adult Novel, The Beat Goes On, Communicates about HIV/AIDS

By Annette Y. Goldsmith, Guest Faculty, University of Washington Information School;’  Melissa Gross, Professor, Florida State University School of Library and Information Studies; Debi Carruth, Doctoral Candidate, Florida State University School of Library and Information Studies Teens can learn about … Continue reading

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The Young Adult Voice in Research about Young Adults

By Robin Moeller, Amy Pattee, and Angela Leeper,’  Advisory Board Members, Journal of Research on Libraries and Young Adults Research that examines the interests, behaviors, and preferences of young adults is often conducted by those scholars who hold an affinity … Continue reading

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Editor’s Message: Summer 2011

by Sandra Hughes-Hassell Researchers present the findings of their studies in a number of ways. While the primary avenue for dissemination is still the peer-reviewed journal, other means such as juried conference papers and presentations, as well as juried poster … Continue reading

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