This article shows that while mothers’ work circumstances change considerably after having a child, fathers’ tend to change very little.
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This project extent to which direct cross-examination was a feature in cases involving self-represented litigants in families characterised by alleged
This resource is for practitioners and policy makers who want to learn more about the needs assessment process or how to conduct a needs assessment.
This report explores the role of social and environmental factors in influencing EGMs or 'pokies' use in local hotels and clubs.
This paper examines three cohorts of parents who had separated in different periods after the reforms.
The impact of exposure to wagering advertisements and inducements on intended and actual betting expenditure: An ecological momentary assessment study
This article looks at the impact of marketing messaging on regular sports and race bettors.
Online peer support programs for young people with a parent who has a mental illness: Service providers’ perspectives
This paper explores service providers’ perspectives on Victorian peer support programs strengths and weaknesses of online approaches to peer support.
The relationship between parent drinking and adolescent drinking: Differences for mothers and fathers and boys and girls
This paper found that both mothers’ and fathers’ heavy episodic drinking significantly increased the likelihood of adolescent drinking.
Supporting children in families with complex needs: Nine tips for practitioners who feel out of their depth
This paper describes how practitioners can develop confidence in supporting children in these families.
This study examined exposure to wagering advertisements and inducements among regular bettors and by gambler risk group.