The focus of this Facts Sheet is on broad family trends. It was prepared to celebrate the 30th anniversary of research by AIFS.
All publications are also listed in our library catalogue.
This paper explores how children from Anglo, Somali and Vietnamese cultural backgrounds are parented at home and in day care.
Describes a new study that aims to fill gaps in the research literature concerning the influence of home-child care discontinuities on children.
This report argues that the Looking After Children approach may have measurable benefits for child care services in Australia
The authors present the methodology, findings and conclusions of the Australian Institute of Family Studies' Early Childhood Study
Effects of child care on young children: Forty years of research : AIFS Early Childhood Study Paper No 5
Provides an overview of research on infants and young children who have experienced non-maternal and/or non-parental care.
The Australian Living Standards Study Berwick Report Part 1: The Household Survey: The Australian Living Standards Study
This report presents the results of the household survey undertaken in the city of Berwick, Vic.
Report on stage one of the Early Childhood Contexts Study: Preliminary findings : The Australian Early Childhood study
The Australian Early Childhood study is designed both to describe and to examine the relationship between a broad range of family factors