The birth of a child changes little for Australian fathers’ working lives, according to an analysis of employment trends in the past few decades by the Australian Institute of Family Studies.
More young people especially those in capital cities are choosing to stay at home and live with their parents in their early adulthood, according to the Australian Institute of Family Studies.
The Nine Network’s Married At First Sight ‘shoehorns a lifetime of matrimonial issues into a few dozen episodes’. But how realistic is it?
Women are more likely to initiate divorce, but also more likely to suffer financially from it.
Findings from the longitudinal Study of Australian Children show that when a father engages in regular heavy drinking (defined as more than five drinks more than twice a month) when his daughter is aged 12-13, it has a strong bearing on the likelihood she will try alcohol by age 14-15.
The vast majority of Australian adolescents seek help for their personal and emotional problems from their parents and friends rather than health professionals, according to new research by the Australian Institute of Family Studies.
For decades the American Academy of Pediatrics discouraged parents from spanking.
Adolescents with a strong peer group and close friends are less likely to be victims of bullying, according to new research by the Australian Institute of Family Studies.
A national study of Australian 14-15 year olds has found that many young people have negative feelings and beliefs about gaining weight.
Many Australian children come from families that have experienced housing affordability stress for a period of time while they were growing up, according to research by the Australian Institute of Family Studies.