Great concern has been expressed in recent times that the family 'as we know it' is rapidly disappearing.
This study looks at the way in which families and family were portrayed on Australian prime time television during a week in September 1982.
The paper suggests there has always been a proportion of people who remain single.
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
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.
The paper describes changes which have occurred in families and family structures over the past 25 years
A Child is not the 'Cure' for Infertility: Workshop on infertility: National Workshop on Infertility: Report of Proceedings
Workshop papers address two main areas: the medical perspective of infertility and its treatment and the dilemmas for the child and the community
Migrant families in Australia: A review of some social and demographic trends of non Anglo Saxon migrants 1947 to 1981
The paper reviews the history of post war migration and the socioeconomic context in which migrants live and work