Archived AIFS publications

These publications may be of interest for historical reasons. Because of their age, they may not reflect current research data or AIFS' current research methodologies.


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Attitudes to child support

Family Matters No. 71, 2005

The experience of time with children after divorce; Commitment in marriage and relationships; Mother's employment transitions following childbirth

Home Truths: A conference in review

Monique Keel, Lara Fergus and Melanie Heenan
ACSSA Issues No. 3 — March 2005

The Home Truths: Stop Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence - A National Challenge conference was held in Melbourne, 15-17 September 2004.

Home Truths: A conference in review

Parenting influences on adolescent alcohol use

Louise Hayes, Diana Smart, John Toumbourou and Ann Sanson
Research Report No. 10 — December 2004

This report reviews and synthesises the research and interventions concerning the impact of parenting factors on adolescent alcohol use

Parenting influences on adolescent alcohol use

Being young

Family Matters No. 68, 2004

Adolescent development, aspirations and becoming adult, and shaping new life patterns

Responding to sexual assault in rural communities

Alexandra Neame and Melanie Heenan
ACSSA Briefing No. 3 — June 2004

Structured around the main themes that often figure in the literature on issues relating to sexual assault or violence against women in rural contexts

Responding to sexual assault in rural communities

Children's living arrangements after parental separation

Family Matters No. 67, 2004

In this edition of Family Matters we publish an article which describes the study’s development process, discusses the data that will be available to researchers from the first wave of data collection, and offers some pointers to the sorts of questions that can be addressed using the Growing Up in Australia dataset. Also in this issue, we feature a report of the official launch on 8 February 2004 of the first wave of Growing Up in Australia by Senator the Hon Kay Patterson, Minister for Family and Community Services.

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