Analyses information obtained in September 1982 of Family Court practices in regard to the welfare of and provision for children in divorce cases.
All publications are also listed in our library catalogue.
New information technology: Impacts on families in Australia: An annotated bibliography : Occasional Paper Number 1
An annotated bibliography which presents a selection of material relating to new information technology which is found in the home.
Social support in an Australian community: First report to respondents of a survey conducted in Geelong, May 1982
The study carried out in Geelong in May 1982 was an attempt to see how families in one Australian community have been coping with the pressures
Child care services are among the most effective support services that governments can provide for families.
Concepts of the family and their implications for the organisation of social welfare services are examined.
AIFS has published this doctoral dissertation as a contribution to the debate on the economics of the family and the implications for policy.
Provides a reference for researchers and workers in government and service organisations
A summary of issues edited by Don Stewart
Paper is based on the findings from a pilot study of possible educational problems suffered by the growing number of children from one parents homes
Outlines the provision of the Family Law Act 1975, examines the changes in the divorce rate since 1975 and the processes of the Family Court