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Critical Social Work
While the rural youth identity is an intersectional experience that creates a heterogeneous group of young people, a close exploration of a specific rural location can illuminate an experience that is both unique and shared. In this participatory action research study, a group of youth participated in one-on-one interviews and focus group discussions to describe their experience of their rural location. Reports, statistics, and youth counsellors also provided information about the local youthdoi:10.22329/csw.v18i1.5924 fatcat:nw5in6npnngv5cmizkhhwl7io4