Aspects of family living standards: A study of families in two rural areas

Aspects of family living standards: A study of families in two rural areas

The Australian Living Standards Study

Helen Brownlee, Ruth Weston, Andrew Burbidge, Ian Winter, Christine Millward and Gregg Snider

Historical publication— June 1995
Aspects of family living standards: A study of families in two rural areas

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The rural areas covered in these reports to the Department of Human Services and Health cover Berri, Loxton and Renmark in the Riverland area of South Australia, and Roma / Bungil in South West Queensland. The reports present findings from the Australian Living Standards Study. In an introductory report, Christine Kilmartin provides a detailed description of the rural study areas. Report one by Helen Brownlee focuses on Parental employment in two rural localities; Report two by Christine Millward covers Rural child care and children's services; Report three is Access to basic medical care for families: a comparison of rural and urban study areas, by Ruth Weston; Report four by Andrew Burbidge and Ian Winter covers Housing and living standards; and Report five on Transport is by Gregg Snider.

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Historical publication
Published by the Australian Institute of Family Studies, June 1995.
235 pp.

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