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Gay and lesbian parenting : the legislative response
Families, policy and the law : selected essays on contemporary issues for Australia, 2014
Sifris,A.
Gender and marital satisfaction early in marriage: article review
Family Relationships Quarterly no. 4, 2007
Parker, R.
Gender equality and violence against women: what's the connection?
ACSSA research summary, 2014
Wall, L.
Gender inequality and divorce laws: a Canadian perspective (PDF 266KB)
Family Matters no. 46 Autumn, 1997
Baker, M.
General medical practice : an aspect of living standards
Research report, 1995
Weston, R., & Greenblat, E.
Genuine effort in family dispute resolution
Family Matters no. 84, 2010
Astor, H.
Genuine effort in family dispute resolution
Family Relationships Quarterly no. 16, 2010
Astor, H.
Geographies of exclusion: young people's perceptions and use of public space (PDF 223KB)
Family Matters no. 49 Autumn 1998, 20Family Matters no. 49 Autumn, 1998
Malone, K., & Hasluck, L.
Getting a lot further : some factors influencing decisions which ethnic families make about children's schooling and post-school futures
Research report, 1987
Commissioned by the Ministerial Advisory Committee on Multicultural and Migrant Education
Maas, F., & Hartley, R.
Getting married : trends in choice of celebrant
Threshold no. 89, Apr 2007
Qu, L., & Parker, R.
'Getting the big picture' : a synopsis and critique of Australian out-of-home care research
Child abuse prevention issues no. 26, 2007
Bromfield, L., & Osborn, A.
Getting to work in Sydney and Melbourne
Family Matters no. 27, Nov 1990
Burbidge, A.
The golden years? : Social isolation among retired men and women in Australia
Family Matters no. 83, 2009
Mendes, P.
Good and innovative practice in service delivery to vulnerable and disadvantaged families and children
CFCA paper no. 9, 2012
Robinson, E., Scott, D., Meredith, V., Nair, L., & Higgins, D.
Good practice around Australia
Aware : ACSSA newsletter no. 7, Jun 2005
Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault
The good practice guide to Child Aware Approaches: keeping children safe and well
CFCA paper no. 21, 2014
Hunter, C., & Price-Robertson, R.
Good practices with culturally diverse families in family dispute resolution
Family Matters no. 92, 2013
Armstrong, S.
Goodenough parenting : progress, policy and caution
Journal of Family Studies v. 16 no. 2, Aug 2010
Moloney, L.
Governments, workplaces and households: to what extent do they shape how mothers allocate time to work and family, and what role do preferences play? (PDF 192KB)
Family Matters no. 70 Autumn, 2005
Morehead, A.
Grandmothers and grandfathers looking after grandchildren : recent Australian research
Family Relationships Quarterly no. 18, 2011
Horsfall, B., & Dempsey, D.
Grandparent-headed families in Australia (PDF 1.5MB)
Family Matters no. 76, 2007
Horner, B., Downie, J., Hay, D., & Wichmann, H.
Grandparenting and the 2006 family law reforms
Family Matters no. 88, 2011
Qu, L., Moloney, L., Weston, R., Hand, K., Deblaquiere, J., & De Maio, J.
Grandparents as primary carers of their grandchildren : policy and practice insights from research
Families, policy and the law : selected essays on contemporary issues for Australia, 2014
Brennan, D., & Cass, B.
Grandparents in children's post-divorce families
Family Matters no. 25, Dec 1989
Funder, K.
Grandparents raising grandchildren: a new class of disadvantaged Australians (PDF 109K)
Family Matters no. 66 Spring/Summer, 2003
Fitzpatrick, M., & Reeve, P.
Grandparents raising grandchildren because of alcohol and other drug issues (PDF 1.25MB)
Family Matters no. 76, 2007
Baldock, E.
Grandparents supporting working families: satisfaction and choice in the provision of care (PDF 197K)
Family Matters no. 66 Spring/Summer, 2003, 19
Goodfellow, J., & Laverty, J.
Integrating strategies for delivering evidence-informed practice
Evidence and Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice v, 191
Arney, F., Bromfield, L., Lewig, K., & Holzer, P.
Greater gender equality : what role for family policy?
Family Matters no. 93, 2013
Adema, W.
Greek families
Ethnic family values in Australia, 1985
Hearst, S.
Greek-Australian families
Families and cultural diversity in Australia, 1995
Tsolidis, G.
Grounds for divorce in Australia and England (PDF 244K)
Family Matters no. 42 Spring/Summer, 1995
Harrison, M.
Growing pains
Australian Society v. 4, Sep 1985
Amato, P.
Growing up: dependence, independence and autonomy
Family Matters no. 23, Apr 1989
Hartley, R.
Growing Up in Australia continues
Putting Children First no. 17, Mar 2006
O'Halloran, S.
Growing Up in Australia takes its first steps (PDF 304K)
Family Matters no. 67 Autumn, 2004
Sanson, A., & Johnstone, R.
Growing up in Australia: the first 12 months of a landmark study (PDF 252K)
Family Matters no. 64 Autumn, 2003
Sanson, A.
Growing Up in Australia: the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (PDF 1.3MB)
Family Matters no. 72 Summer, 2005
Gray, M., & Sanson, A.
Growing up in Australia: the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children is now walking and talking (PDF 475KB)
Family Matters no. 79, 2008
Gray, M., & Smart, D.
Growing Up in Australia: the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children : a valuable new data source for economists
Australian Economic Review v. 42 no. 3, Sep 2009
Gray, M., & Smart, D.
Growing Up in Australia: the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children
Child Health and News Update : Child and Youth Health Unit, Queensland Health no. 7, 2003
Soriano, G.
Growing Up in Australia, The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children - the first decade of life
Family Matters no. 91, 2012
Edwards, B.
Growing up in Australia, the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children : annual report
Journal series, 2005-
Longitudinal Study of Australian Children annual report series
Australian Institute of Family Studies
Growing up in Australia: young people, families and the state
Turkish youth in Australia, 1993
Hartley, R.
A guide to calculating the costs of children
AIFS research report no. 3, 2000
Australian Institute of Family Studies

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