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The labour market dynamics of Indigenous Australians
Journal of Sociology v. 41 no. 4, Dec 2005
Gray,M., & Hunter, B.
Labour market issues
, 2002
Gray, M., & Chapman, B.
Labour market issues in welfare reform
Reforming the Australian welfare state, 2000
Dawkins, P.
Lasting couple relationships: recent research findings
CFCA paper no. 22, 2014
Parker, R., & Commerford, J.
The late discovery of adoptive status
Family Relationships Quarterly no. 7, 2008
Riley, H.
Later life divorces
Threshold no. 91, Nov 2007
Weston, R.
Later life parents helping adult children (PDF 374KB)
Family Matters no. 50 Winter, 1998
Millward, C.
Latest Australian and overseas quality-of-life research (PDF 30K)
Family Matters no. 49 Autumn, 1998
Weston, R.
Latin American families in Australia
Families and cultural diversity in Australia, 1995
Amezquita, L., Amezquita, R., & Vittorino, R.
Law and justice: prevention and early intervention programs for Indigenous youth
Resource sheet / Closing the Gap Clearinghouse no. 34, 2014
Higgins, D., & Davis, K.
The law and sexual offences against adults in Australia
ACSSA issues no. 4, 2005
Heath, M.
The law's response to new challenges
Settling down : pathways of parents after divorce, 1993
Harrison, M.
Lawyers and family dispute resolution practitioners : achieving the child-focused ideal in practice
Family Relationships Quarterly no. 12, 2009
Banks, C.
Learning parenting: intergenerational influences (PDF 220K)
Family Matters no. 52 Autumn, 1999
Kolar, V.
Leaving home is coming later
Family Matters no. 19, Oct 1987
Kilmartin, C.
Leaving home trends
Threshold no. 91, Nov 2007
Weston, R., Stanton, D., Qu, L., & Soriano, G.
Lebanese families
Ethnic family values in Australia, 1985
Hassan, R., Healy, J., & McKenna, R.
Lebanese-Australian families
Families and cultural diversity in Australia, 1995
Batrouney, T.
The legal and social status of children
Issues facing Australian families : human services respond, 1991
Harrison, M.
Legal aspects of adoption
Family Information Centre selected reading list no. 14, 1983
Rose-Innes, A., & Mitchell, C.
The legal context of relocation decision-making
Relocation disputes in Australia : what do we know, and what are the implications for family law and policy : symposium proceedings : 18 April 2008, The Australian National University, Canberra, 2008
Kaspiew, R.
Legal process
Settling up : property and income distribution on divorce in Australia, 1986
Harrison, M.
Legal recognition of Sharia law : is this the right direction for Australian family matters?
Family Matters no. 84, 2010
Black, A.
The legal system and de facto relationships
Family Matters no. 30, Dec 1991
Harrison, M.
Legislating for shared parenting: the 'joint custody' inquiry makes recommendations for change (PDF 127KB)
Family Matters no. 67 Autumn, 2004, 19
Caruana, C.
Legislation and policy on reproductive technology
Diary of social legislation and policy 1984, 1987
Harper, P.
Legislation to secure financial support of aged parents by their adult children
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy v. 14 no. 1/2, 1994
McDonald, P., & Soriano, G.
Legislative aspirations and social realities : empirical reflections on Australia's 2006 family law reforms
Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law v. 33 no. 4, Dec 2011
Kaspiew, R., Gray, M., Qu, L., & Weston, R.
Leila Friedman and the Grandparents' Support Group
Family Matters no. 25, Dec 1989
Kilmartin, C.
Leisure and recreation
The Australian Living Standards Study : Berwick report, 1993
Kolar, V.
Leisure and recreation
The Australian Living Standards Study : Box Hill report, 1993
Kolar, V.
Leisure and recreation: experiences and limitations
Family Matters no. 34, May 1993
Kolar, V.
Lesbian parenting: issues, strengths and challenges (PDF 568K)
Family Matters no. 63 Spring/Summer, 2002
McNair, R., Dempsey, D., Wise, S., & Perlesz, A.
'Less adversarial' proceedings in children's cases (PDF 125KB)
Family Matters no. 77, 2007
Chisholm, R.
Lessons of United States welfare reforms for Australian social policy
AIFS research paper no. 29, 2002
Gray, M., & Stanton, D.
Letter submission relating to the examination of how children and young people under 18 years can be better protected from intentional self-harm and suicidal behaviour
Submission, 2014
Australian Institute of Family Studies
Levels and family correlates of positive adolescent development: a cross-national comparison (PDF 358K)
Family Matters no. 68 Winter, 2004
Hemphill, S., Toumbourou, J., Catalano, R., & Mathers, M.
Life around here : community, work and family life in three Australian communities
AIFS research report no., 19, 2011
Commissioned by the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations
Hand, K., Gray, M., Higgins, D., Lohoar, S., & Deblaquiere, J.
Life in the aftermath : a summary of the literature on individual and family functioning following natural disasters
Family Relationships Quarterly no. 14, 2009
Caruana, C.
Lifecourse transitions in Victoria in the 1880s
Families in colonial Australia, 1985
McDonald, P., & Quiggin, P.
Lift Off for children's television
Family Matters no. 27, Nov 1990
Edgar, D.
The link between child maltreatment and adolescent offending : systems neglect of adolescents
Family Matters no. 89, 2011
Cashmore, J.
Lionel Murphy and the dignified divorce : of dreams and data
Families, policy and the law : selected essays on contemporary issues for Australia, 2014
Moloney, L.
Listening to children: developing a child-centred approach to childhood poverty in the UK (PDF 184K)
Family Matters no. 65 Winter, 2003
Ridge, T.
Literacy: a matter of social justice
Family Matters no. 27, Nov 1990
Hartley, R.
A literature review on the effectiveness of marriage education
Bibliography, 1999
Kelleher, J.
A literature review on the effectiveness of marriage education
Bibliography, 1999
Kelleher, J.
Little or no contact
Parent-child contact and post-separation parenting arrangements, 2004
Smyth, B.
Lives on hold : unlocking the potential of Australia's workforce, presented by Brian Howe [Seminar report]
Family Matters no. 91, 2012
Knight, K.
Living alone on the rise in Australia
, 2088Family Matters no. 20, Apr 1988
Wulff, M.
Living day to day: families in the recession
Family Matters no. 31, Apr 1992
McDonald, P., & Brownlee, H.
Living in a stepfamily
Family Matters no. 24, Aug 1989
Ochiltree, G.
Living standards of DSS clients
Research report, 1993
Commissioned by the Australian Department of Social Security
Brownlee, H., & Gibbons, S.
Living standards of older people and policy implications for their grandchildren (PDF 351K)
Family Matters no. 61 Autumn, 2002
Travers, P.
Living together
AIFS working paper no. 10, 1986
Khoo, S.
Living-apart-together (LAT) relationships in Australia
Family Matters no. 87, 2011
Reimondos, A., Evans, A., & Gray, E.
Local differences in problems for families: views of providers and parents (PDF 280KB)
Family Matters no. 43 Autumn, 1996
Kilmartin, C.
Local factors contributing to living standards: service providers' views (PDF 208KB)
Family Matters no. 43 Autumn, 1996
Kilmartin, C.
Location and capital gains
Research report, 1993
Burbidge, A., & Gondor, G.
Location, housing costs and capital gains
Journal of the Home Economics Institute of Australia v. 1 no. 1, Mar 1994
Burbidge, A., & Gondor, G.
Location of child care in Melbourne
Family Matters no. 27, Nov 1990
Burbidge, A.
Lone and couple mothers in the Australian labour market : differences in employment transitions (PDF 377KB)
Australian Journal of Labour Economics v. 14 no. 2, 2011
Baxter, J., & Renda, J.
Lone and couple mothers in the Australian labour market: exploring differences in employment transitions
AIFS research paper no. 48, 2011
Baxter, J., & Renda, J.
Long term implications of parental divorce for adult self concept
Journal of Family Issues v. 9 no. 2 Jun 1988, 20Journal of Family Issues v. 9 no. 2, Jun 1988
Amato, P.
Long work hours and fathering
The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children 2007-08 annual report, 2008
Baxter, J.
Long work hours and the well being of fathers and their families
AIFS research paper no. 35, 2004
Weston, R., Gray, M., Qu, L., & Stanton, D.
Long work hours and the wellbeing of fathers and their families
Australian Journal of Labour Economics v. 7 no. 2, Jun 2004
Weston, R., Gray, M., Qu, L., & Stanton, D.
The long-term effects of child sexual abuse
CFCA paper no. 11, 2013
Cashmore, J., & Shackel, R.
Long-term effects of child sexual abuse
Issues in child abuse prevention no. 9, 1998
Mullen, P., & Fleming, J.
Long-term relationships between parents
Family Matters no. 33, Dec 1992
Funder, K.
The long-term significance of teacher-rated hyperactivity and reading ability in childhood: findings from two longitudinal studies
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines v. 43 no. 8, Nov 2002
McGee, R., Prior, M., Williams, S., Smart, D., & Sanson, A.
Longitudinal analysis of LSAC time diary data: considerations for data users (PDF 500KB)
LSAC technical paper no. 11, 2014
Mullan, K.
Longitudinal antecedents of school bonding in adolescence
Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist v. 29 no. 2, 2012
Terrett, G., O'Connor, M., Hawkins, M., Sanson, A., & Smart, D.
The longitudinal prediction of alcohol-related harms among young adults
Substance Use and Misuse v. 47 no. 12, Oct 2012
Little, K., Hawkins, M., Sanson, A., Toumbourou, J., Smart, D., Vassallo, S., & O'Connor, M.
Longitudinal predictors of alcohol-related harms during the transition to adulthood
Australian Psychologist v. 48 no. 4, Aug 2013
Little, K., Hawkins, M., Sanson, A., O'Connor, M., Toumbourou, J., Smart, D., & Vassallo, S.
Longitudinal research on mental health and behavioural problems of children and youth : new findings
Australian Journal of Psychology v. 63 no. 1, Mar 2011
Sanson, A., & Smart, D.
Longitudinal studies of children and youth: implications for future studies
Children's health and development : new research directions for Australia, 2002
Nicholson, J., Sanson, A., Rempel, L., Smart, D., & Patton, G.
A longitudinal study of adolescent adjustment following family transitions
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry v. 46 no. 4, Apr 2005
Ruschena, E., Prior, M., Sanson, A., & Smart, D.
The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children 2010-11 annual report
LSAC annual report, 2012
Australia. Dept. of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs
The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children 2011-12 annual report
LSAC annual report, 2013
Australia. Dept. of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs
The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children 2012-13 annual report
LSAC annual report, 2014
Australia. Dept. of Social Services
The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children annual statistical report
Journal series, 2011-
LSAC annual statistical report
Australian Institute of Family Studies
The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children annual statistical report 2010
LSAC annual statistical report, 2010, 2011
Australian Institute of Family Studies
The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children annual statistical report 2011
LSAC annual statistical report, 2011, 2012
Australian Institute of Family Studies
The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children annual statistical report 2012
LSAC annual statistical report, 2012, 2013
Australian Institute of Family Studies
The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children annual statistical report 2013
LSAC annual statistical report, 2013, 2014
Australian Institute of Family Studies
Longitudinal Study of Australia's Children
Media backgrounder, 2013
Australian Institute of Family Studies
A longitudinal view of children living in disadvantaged neighbourhoods
The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children annual statistical report 2010, 2011
Edwards, B.
The Looking After Children data outcomes project
Child Abuse Prevention Newsletter v. 17 no. 1, 2009
Wise, S.
'Looking After Children' in the Victorian out of home care system
Child Abuse Prevention Newsletter v. 7 no. 1 Autumn, 1999
Wise, S.
The Looking After Children Outcomes Data Project : final report
Research report, 2008
Commissioned by the Victorian Department of Human Services.
Wise, S., & Egger, S.
A lost generation?
Family Matters no. 36, Dec 1993
Hartley, R.
Lost in translation? Remote Indigenous households and definitions of the family (PDF 387KB)
Family Matters no. 73, 2006
Morphy, F.
Louis, Wendy and Tim
Youth Issues Forum v. 4 no. 2 Winter, 1989
Hartley, R.
Love, marriage and wedding bells: 1300 to 1800 - and now?
Australian Institute of Family Studies Newsletter no. 18 May 1987, 20Australian Institute of Family Studies Newsletter no. 18, May 1987
Funder, K.
Low income parents paying child support: evaluation of the introduction of a $260 minimum child support assessment (PDF 372K)
Family Matters no. 57 Spring/Summer, 2000
Wolffs, T., & Shallcross, L.
Low pay and family poverty: tracing the links (PDF 296KB)
Family Matters no. 51 Spring/Summer, 1998
Eardley, T.
Low wage earners in Australia : a report prepared for the Brotherhood of St Laurence
Research report, 1988
Burbidge, A., Maas, F., & Khoo, S.
LSAC discussion paper
Journal series, 2002
Longitudinal Study of Australian Children discussion paper series
Longitudinal Study of Australian Children

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