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Walking the talk : facilitating evaluation in a service environment
Family Relationships Quarterly no. 19, 2011, 1918
Parker,R., & Jones, A.
Wartime rape : collective memory and the law : interview with Dr Nicola Henry
Aware : ACSSA newsletter no. 19, 2008
Boyd, C.
Wave 1 weighting and non-response (PDF 1.4MB)
LSAC technical paper no. 3, 2006
Soloff, C., Lawrence, D., Misson, S., & Johnstone, R.
Wave 2 data management issues
LSAC discussion paper no. 5, 2007
Misson, S.
Wave 2 weighting and non-response (PDF )
LSAC technical paper no. 5, 2007
Misson, S., & Sipthorp, M.
Wave 3 weighting and non-response (PDF 2.5MB)
LSAC technical paper no. 6, 2009
Sipthorp, M., & Misson, S.
Wave 4 weights (PDF 4.3MB)
LSAC technical paper no. 9, 2011
Daraganova, G., & Sipthorp, M.
Wave 5 weighting & non response (PDF 1.0MB)
LSAC technical paper no. 10, 2014
Cusack, B., & Defina, R.
We can manage : expectations about care and varieties of family support among people 75 years and over
Institute of Family Studies monograph no. 5, 1985
Day, A.
Welcome changes in family studies (PDF 191K)
Family Matters no. 53 Winter, 1999
Eastman, M.
Welfare dependency and economic opportunity (PDF 12.5MB)
Family Matters no. 54 Spring/Summer, 1999
Field, F.
Welfare dependency and economic opportunity: a response to Lawrence Mead
Reforming the Australian welfare state, 2000
Field, F.
Welfare reform and the family (PDF 3.9MB)
Family Matters no. 54 Spring/Summer, 1999
Mead, L.
Welfare reform and the family: lessons from America
Reforming the Australian welfare state, 2000
Mead, L.
Welfare reform in America (PDF 1300K)
Family Matters no. 56 Winter, 2000
Mead, L.
Welfare reform in Britain, Australia and the United States
Reforming the Australian welfare state, 2000
Buckingham, A.
Welfare reform in Britain, Australia and the United States (PDF 7.0MB)
Family Matters no. 54 Spring/Summer, 1999
Buckingham, A.
Well Ways and Well Ways Duo : Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria's programs for family and friends of a person living with mental illness
Family Relationships Quarterly no. 10, 2008
Parker, R.
The wellbeing of families
Family Matters no. 19, Oct 1987
Wellbeing of young people in different family circumstances
Family Matters no. 36, Dec 1993
Weston, R.
What Australians think about parental responsibilities (PDF 178KB)
Family Matters no. 42 Spring/Summer, 1995
Funder, K.
What can the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children tell us about infants' and 4 to 5 year olds' experiences of early childhood education care? (PDF 2MB)
Family Matters no. 72 Summer, 2005
Harrison, L., & Ungerer, J.
What can we learn from British Birth Cohort studies?, presented by Jane Elliott [Seminar report]
Family Matters no. 92, 2013
Kaspar, J.
What future for family research?
Australian family briefing no. 5 (Feb 1999), 1999
Saunders, P.
What impacts on a practitioner's willingness to issue a no genuine effort certificate? Thoughts from the sector
Family Relationships Quarterly no. 16, 2010
Australian Family Relationships Clearinghouse
What is child abuse and neglect?
Fact sheet, 2012
Child Family Community Australia
What is commitment? How married and cohabiting parents talk about their relationships (PDF 280KB)
Family Matters no. 71 Winter, 2005
Pryor, J., & Roberts, J.
What is community disadvantage?: understanding the issues, overcoming the problem
CAFCA resource sheet, 2011
Price-Robertson, R.
What is effective primary prevention in sexual assault? : translating the evidence for action
ACSSA wrap no. 11, 2012
Quadara, A., & Wall, L.
What is life like for young Australians today, and how well are they faring? (PDF 333KB)
Family Matters no. 70 Autumn, 2005
Smart, D., & Sanson, A.
What is Safety House?
Child Abuse Prevention Newsletter v. 6 no. 2 Spring, 1998
Fooks, S.
'What is the justice system willing to offer?' Understanding sexual assault victim/survivors' criminal justice needs
Family Matters no. 85, 2010
Clark, H.
What is the outcome of reporting rape to the police? : 'Study of reported rapes in Victoria 2000-2003: Summary research report'
Aware : ACSSA newsletter no. 17, 2008
Morrison, Z.
What is this thing called collaborative law?
Family Matters no. 85, 2010
Counsel, C.
What kinds of jobs help carers combine care and employment? (PDF 367KB)
Family Matters no. 80, 2008
Hill, T., Thomson, C., Bittman, M., & Griffiths, M.
What lies behind the hidden figure of sexual assault? : issues of prevalence and disclosure
ACSSA briefing no. 1, 2003
Neame, A., & Heenan, M.
What marriage means to young adults in the 1990s
Family Matters no. 29, Aug 1991
Millward, C.
What percentage of Australian marriages end in divorce?
Institute of Family Studies Newsletter no. 8, Dec 1983
McDonald, P.
What price independence? : report of a study on young people's incomes and living costs : summary
Research report, 1989
Hartley, R.
What price independence? : report of a study on young people's incomes and living costs
Research report, 1989
Hartley, R.
What role can child and family services play in enhancing opportunities for parents and families?: exploring the concepts of social exclusion and social inclusion
CAFCA practice sheet, 2011
McDonald, M.
What role for social capital in family policy? (PDF 720K)
Family Matters no. 56 Winter, 2000
Stone, W., & Hughes, J.
What unemployment means: young people and their families
Family Matters no. 33, Dec 1992
Hartley, R.
What works?: a review of actions addressing the social and economic determinants of Indigenous health (PDF 1.1MB)
Issues paper / Closing the Gap Clearinghouse no. 7, 2013
Osborne, K., Baum, F., & Brown, L.
What works to overcome Indigenous disadvantage : key learnings and gaps in the evidence 2009-10
Research report, 2011
Al-Yaman, F., & Higgins, D.
What works to overcome Indigenous disadvantage : key learnings and gaps in the evidence 2010-11
Research report, 2012
Closing the Gap Clearinghouse (Australia)
What works to overcome Indigenous disadvantage : key learnings and gaps in the evidence 2011-12
Research report, 2013
Closing the Gap Clearinghouse (Australia)
What works with adolescents?: family connections and involvement in interventions for adolescent problem behaviours
AFRC briefing no. 16, 2010
Robinson, E., Power, L., & Allan, D.
What works with adolescents? Family connections and involvement in interventions for adolescent problem behaviours
Family Matters no. 88, 2011
Robinson, E., Power, L., & Allan, D.
What's new in family law? Children's rights and parental responsibilities
Family Matters no. 33, Dec 1992
Harrison, M.
What's new in family law? Parental authority and its constraints
Family Matters no. 32, Aug 1992
Harrison, M.
What's new in the Family Court (PDF 31KB)
Family Matters no. 49 Autumn, 1998
Harrison, M.
What's wrong with a presumption of joint custody? (PDF 129K)
Family Matters no. 65 Winter, 2003
McInnes, E., Orkin, G., Swinbourne, K., & Flood, M.
What's wrong with the Adult Survivors of Child Abuse 'Father of the Bride' campaign?
ACSSA Aware no. 24, 2010
Caro, J.
When dad works long hours: how work hours are associated with fathering 4-5-year-old children (PDF 525KB)
Family Matters no. 77, 2007
Baxter, J.
When recession hits home
Children in Scotland no. 103, Jan 2010
Gray, M., Edwards, B., Hayes, A., & Baxter, J.
When roles overlap : workers with family responsibilities
Australian Institute of Family Studies monograph no. 14, 1993
VandenHeuvel, A.
When the difference is night and day: parent-child contact after separation (PDF 195K)
Family Matters no. 63 Spring/Summer, 2002
Smyth, B., & Ferro, A.
Where now? : homeless families in the 1990s
Policy background paper / Australian Institute of Family Studies no. 8, 1992
McCaughey, J.
Where to now for the ATP Study? (PDF 72K)
Family Matters no. 68 Winter, 2004
Smart, D.
Which mothers wean their babies prematurely from full breastfeeding? : an Australian cohort study
Acta Paediatrica v. 98 no. 8, Aug 2009
Baxter, J., Cooklin, A., & Smith, J.
Whither the family?
Outreach no. 26, Jun 1986
Maas, F.
Whither the Family Court?
Australian Institute of Family Studies Newsletter no. 18, May 1987
Harrison, M.
Who abuses children?
NCPC resource sheet, 2011
Lamont, A.
Who cares? Young people with parents who use alcohol or other drugs talk about their experiences with services
Family Matters no. 85, 2010
Moore, T., Noble-Carr, D., & McArthur, M.
Who gets the 'gift of time?' : child, parent and education system factors that are associated with delayed primary school entry in Australia (PDF 328KB)
Australian Review of Public Affairs v. 10 no. 1, Jul 2011
Edwards, B., Taylor, M., & Fiorini, M.
Who helps? : support networks and social policy in Australia
Australian Institute of Family Studies monograph no. 12, 1991
D'Abbs, P.
Who is my family? Who cares for me? Legal status and relationships of children and their families
Australian Journal of Social Issues v. 18, May 1983
Harper, P.
Who is my family? Who cares for me? The legal status and relationships of children and their families: does the law enable or prevent?
Australian Journal of Early Childhood v. 7, Dec 1982
Harper, P.
Who needs neighbours? Views from the outer and inner suburbs
Family Matters no. 35, Aug 1993
Brownlee, H.
Who pays for the children? : a first look at the operation of Australia's new child support scheme
Australian Institute of Family Studies monograph no. 9, 1990
Harrison, M., Snider, G., & Merlo, R.
Who's caring for whom? Living with parents with mental health problems
Deeper dimensions : culture, youth and mental health, 2000
Sozomenou, A., Cassaniti, M., Mitchell, P., Barnett, B., Coello, M., Sneddon, A., Webber, M., Chuong, J., & Malak, A.
Who's really time poor?
Family Matters no. 87, 2011
Goodin, R.
Who's to blame?
Family Matters no. 24, Aug 1989
Harrison, M.
Why early in life is not enough: timing and sustainability in prevention and early intervention
Pathways and crime prevention: theory, policy and practice, 2007
Hayes, A.
Why is the fertility rate falling? A discussion of the literature (PDF 232K)
Family Matters no. 63 Spring/Summer, 2002
Weston, R., & Parker, R.
Why is there a shortage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander carers?
Promising practices in out-of-home care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander carers, children and young people. Strengths and barriers paper 1, 2007
Bromfield, L., Higgins, J., Higgins, D., & Richardson, N.
Why marriages last : a discussion of the literature
AIFS research paper no. 28, 2002
Parker, R.
Why standard assessment processes are culturally inappropriate
Promising practices in out-of-home care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander carers, children and young people. Strengths and barriers paper 3, 2007
Bromfield, L., Higgins, J., Higgins, D., & Richardson, N.
Why study parent-child contact?
Parent-child contact and post-separation parenting arrangements, 2004
Smyth, B., & Wolcott, I.
Why use action research?
Stronger Families Learning Exchange Bulletin (Print) no. 1 Autumn, 2002
Lienert, T.
A wider view of 'family' contributions under de facto relationships legislation (PDF 21KB)
Family Matters no. 49 Autumn, 1998
Sandor, D.
Widowed families with children : personal need and societal response
AIFS working paper no. 7, 1984
Rosenman, L., Shulman, A., & Levine, M.
Widows and divorcees with dependent children: material, personal, family, and social well-being
, 20Family Relations v. 36, Jul 1987
Amato, P., & Partridge, S.
Wild fires : an embedded rural agency story
Family Relationships Quarterly no. 14, 2009
Miller, J.
Will a real family policy please stand up?
Family Matters no. 19, Oct 1987
Edgar, D.
Window into Shariah family law. Part 1, Aspects of marriage
Family Relationships Quarterly no. 15, 2010
Black, A.
Window into Shariah family law. Part 2, Aspects of divorce
Family Relationships Quarterly no. 16, 2010
Black, A.
With this ring : first marriage patterns, trends and prospects in Australia
Australian Family Formation Project monograph no. 11, 1988
Carmichael, G.
A woman's place? Work hour preferences revisited (PDF 1MB)
Family Matters no. 72 Summer, 2005
Qu, L., & Weston, R.
Women and financial dependency: some new data on the Dependent Spouse Rebate
Family Matters no. 23, Apr 1989
Brownlee, H.
Women and work : selected reading list
Family Information Centre selected reading list no. 9, 1982
Institute of Family Studies (Australia). Family Information Centre
Women, education and childbearing: what should schoolteachers expect?
Family Matters no. 22, Dec 1988
Kilmartin, C.
Women's and men's consciousness of shortcomings in marital relations, and of the need for change (PDF 554K)
Family Matters no. 58 Autumn, 2001
Dempsey, K.
Women's perceptions of fairness and the persistence of an unequal division of housework (PDF 469KB)
Family Matters no. 48 Spring/Summer, 1997
Dempsey, K.
Women's post-separation employment and reliance on social security
Settling down : pathways of parents after divorce, 1993
Funder, K.
Women's post-separation work histories
Child Support Scheme Evaluation Study report no. 3, 1989
Funder, K.
Women's satisfaction with the domestic division of labour (PDF 380KB)
, 20Family Matters no. 47 Winter, 1997
Baxter, J., & Western, M.
Women's work transitions around childbearing (PDF 1.1MB)
Canberra, ACT: Centre for Social Policy, Demography and Sociology Program, Australian National University, 2005, 51p, tables, figures (Negotiating the Lifecourse discussion paper no.21), Online (PDF 1.1MB), 2005
Baxter, J.
Woorabinda Aboriginal Council
Family Matters no. 35, Aug 1993
McGregor-Dey, I.
Work and family
Australian family profiles : social and demographic patterns, 1997
Wolcott, I.
Work and family
Monograph / Affirmative Action Agency no. 6, 1993
Wolcott, I.
Work and family approaches in Australia
Family futures, 190
Hayes, A., & Baxter, J.
Work and family balance: issues in research and policy (PDF 338KB)
Family Matters no. 80, 2008
Qu, L.
Work and family : employers' views
Australian Institute of Family Studies monograph no. 11, 1991
Wolcott, I.
Work and family functioning : an annotated bibliography selected from FAMILY database
Bibliography, 1987
Davis, M.
Work and family: intergenerational initiatives
Family Matters no. 32, Aug 1992
Wolcott, I.
Work and family life : achieving integration
Book, 1995
Wolcott, I., & Glezer, H.
Work and family life: our workplaces, families and futures (PDF 485K)
Family Matters no. 61 Autumn, 2002
Gray, M., & Stanton, D.
Work and family life: reciprocal effects (PDF 331K)
Family Matters no. 52 Autumn, 1999
Glezer, H., & Wolcott, I.
Work and family responsibilities through life
AIFS facts sheet, 2008
Baxter, J., & Gray, M.
Work and family responsibilities through life [Reprint] (PDF 470KB)
Family Matters no. 79, 2008
Baxter, J., & Gray, M.
Work and family responsibilities through life [Reprint]
Journal of the Home Economics Institute of Australia v. 15 no. 3, 2008
Baxter, J., & Gray, M.
Work and family values, preferences and practice
Australian family briefing no. 4, 1997
Glezer, H., & Wolcott, I.
Work and family wellbeing
Family Matters no. 26, Apr 1990
Clarke, S.
Work and family- : an important business
Fact sheet, 1989
Australian Institute of Family Studies
Work and stress: can a sense of control help?
Family Matters no. 28, Apr 1991
Weston, R.
Work and the family
Discussion paper / Institute of Family Studies no. 3, 1981
Rapoport, R., & Rapoport, R.
Work and the marriage partnership
Settling up : property and income distribution on divorce in Australia, 1986
Funder, K.
Work and welfare: the evolving role of income support (PDF 492K)
Family Matters no. 58 Autumn, 2001
Pech, J., & Landt, J.
Work conditions and family life
Australian Gas Journal v. 55 no. 3, Sep 1992
Edgar, D.
Work hours, requests for flexibility and work-life interference in Australia - what we know, what we need to know, presented by Barbara Pocock [Seminar report]
Family Matters no. 89, 2011
Price-Robertson, R.
Work related self care of young Australian children
International Journal of Sociology of the Family v. 27 no. 2 Autumn, 1997
de Vaus, D., & Millward, C.
Work rich, family poor? Non-standard working hours and family life (PDF 449K)
Family Matters no. 61 Autumn, 2002
Millward, C.
Work-related child care: four Melbourne localities
Family Matters no. 35, Aug 1993
McDonald, P.
Workers with family responsibilities : implications for employers
Discussion paper / Australian Institute of Family Studies no. 14, 1987
Wolcott, I.
The workforce attachment of sole parents and ILO Convention 156
Research report, 1995
Commissioned by the Australian Department of Social Security
Funder, K., & Millward, C.
Workforce issues across the family relationship services sector: models, responses and strategies
AFRC issues no. 5, 2009
Cortis, N., Chan, S., & Hilferty, F.
Workforce issues across the family relationship services sector: models, responses and strategies
AFRC resource sheet no. 5, 2009
Cortis, N., Chan, S., & Hilferty, F.
Workin' together: Indigenous perspectives on community development (PDF 1.7MB)
Family Matters no. 75, 2006
Burchill, M., Higgins, D., Ramsamy, L., & Taylor, S.
Working in partnership : Australian Institute of Family Studies
AIHW Access no. 23, May 2007AIHW Access no. 23 May 2007, 19
Hayes, A.
Working mothers throughout the decade
Family Matters no. 26, Apr 1990
Kilmartin, C.
Working out relationships
Australian family trends no. 3, 2013
Weston, R., & Qu, L.
Working paper
Journal series, 1986-1987
Australian Institute of Family Studies working paper series (1986-1987)
Australian Institute of Family Studies
Working paper
Journal series, 1998-2000
Australian Institute of Family Studies working paper series (1998-2000)
Australian Institute of Family Studies
Working paper
Journal series, 1981-1985
Institute of Family Studies working paper series (1981-1985)
Institute of Family Studies (Australia)
Working paper : AIFS working paper
Journal series, 1993-1997
Australian Institute of Family Studies working paper series (1993-1997)
Australian Institute of Family Studies
Working patterns and attitudes
The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children 2007-08 annual report, 2008
Ahmed, E.
Working people in poverty
The welfare stakes : strategies for Australian social policy, 1981
Burbidge, A.
Working poor in Australia : an analysis of poverty among families in which a member is employed (PDF 1.75MB)
Family Matters no. 81, 2009
Payne, A.
Working together for a child safe world
Child Abuse Prevention Newsletter (Print) v. 12 no. 2 Spring, 2004
Richardson, N., Higgins, D., & Feeney, T.
Working with Aboriginal families: issues and guidelines for family and child counsellors (PDF 237KB)
Family Matters no. 46 Autumn, 1997
Ralph, S.
Working with adolescents in the education system to prevent sexual assault (PDF 169KB)
Family Matters no. 71 Winter, 2005
Keel, M.
Working with couples : finance
Family Relationships Quarterly no. 14, 2009
Lacey, D.
Working with crisis care responses to sexual assault
ACSSA working with series, 2013
Wall, L.
Working with families concerned with school-based bullying
AFRC briefing no. 11, 2008
Lodge, J.
Working with families to promote healthy adolescent development (PDF 590K)
Family Matters no. 59 Winter, 2001
Toumbourou, J., & Gregg, M.
Working with Indigenous children, families, and communities: lessons from practice
CAFCA practice sheet, 2011
Price-Robertson, R., McDonald, M., Lewis, P., & Bamblett, M.
Working with Indigenous survivors of sexual assault
ACSSA wrap no. 5, 2008
Cox, D.
Working with male victim/survivors of sexual assault
ACSSA working with series, 2011
Stathopoulos, M.
Working with male victim/survivors of sexual assault
ACSSA working with series, 2011
Stathopoulos, M.
Working with sexual assault in the sex industry
ACSSA working with series, 2013
Wall, L.
Working with sexual assault investigations
ACSSA working with series, 2012
Stathopoulos, M.
Working with sibling sexual abuse
ACSSA working with series, 2012
Tarczon, C.
Working with the Indigenous community in the Pathways to Prevention project (PDF 2MB)
Family Matters no. 75, 2006
Homel, R., Lamb, C., & Freiberg, K.
Working wives' contributions to family earnings
Family Matters no. 24, Aug 1989
Brownlee, H.
Workplace support, breastfeeding and health
Family Matters no. 93, 2013
Smith, J., McIntyre, E., Craig, L., Javanparast, S., Strazdins, L., & Mortensen, K.
Workshop on quality of life research (PDF 181K)
Family Matters no. 52 Autumn, 1999
Weston, R.

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