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 This working paper from the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research looks at the influence of participation in extracurricular activities on the behaviours of Australian adolescents. The research found that while participation does significantly reduce engagement in risky behaviours, the effects differ according to activity type, gender, and to an extent socio-economic status.

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