Couples are as diverse as the individuals in them. AIFS explores the whole gamut of couple relationships, asking “What makes them work?”
Explores the behaviour of separated parents by exploring the psychology of post-separation parental disputes and then interrogating three data sets.
Does life satisfaction improve or decline as people grow older? What happens to people's outlook as they pass through the common events of life?
CFCA— Jul 2015
Outlines modifications that may be necessary for relationship education to be appropriate for LGBT couples, and provides suggestions for therapists.
Estimates for men and women are derived from longitudinal data from Australia, Germany, Korea, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States
This report analyses trends in family law court filings over a nine year period between 2004-05 and 2012-13
CFCA— Jun 2014
Reviews recent research findings into couples in long-term relationships (married and de facto) that provide insight into the couple relationship.
This AIFS book explore some of the complexities of the child and family issues facing those working in social policy and legal systems
This facts sheet examines the extent and nature of change in household and family forms.
This facts sheet focuses on partnership and fertility trends, with a view to feeding into such decision-making
Using data from the HILDA survey, this article provides estimates on the impact of divorce on wellbeing for older Australians aged 55-74 years
The evaluation assessed the extent to which, by 2009, the changes to the family law system had been effective in achieving the policy aims
This summary report provides an overview of the evaluation findings
The Australian Institute of Family Studies prepared this Snapshot of Family Relationships report to support the 2008 National Families Week
Evaluation of Magellan against its intended goal of being an effective mechanism for responding to allegations of sexual or physical abuse of children
This report provides some of the first estimates of the financial consequences of divorce for Australians aged 55 to 74 years using HILDA survey data.
Proceedings from the international forum held at Parliament House in Canberra on 1–2 December 2005
This report presents a snapshot of contemporary attitudes to child support in Australia
This paper aims to draw attention to the body of literature available on how enduring and rewarding marriages can be created and maintained
The book provides snapshot of the diversity of family types, the changes and transitions a family may experience, and issues affecting families
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