Welcome to FLoSse Research.
When you follow the prompts, you will access the Australian Governments Department of Social Services (DSS's) Longitudinal Surveys Electronic (FLoSse) Research archive. FLoSse (pronounced Flossie) Research contains bibliographic details for research material, which uses data from one or more of DSS's three longitudinal surveys.
The surveys were initiated and funded by the Commonwealth and are managed by DSS in conjunction with the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research the Melbourne Institute), Roy Morgan Research (RMR), the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS), and the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
All intellectual property rights in the datasets, which are part of the surveys are owned by the Commonwealth, represented by and through DSS.
The Commonwealth represented by and through DSS, does not own the intellectual property rights in the research material. The findings and views expressed in the research material are those of the author(s) and should not be attributed to DSS, the Melbourne Institute, RMR, AIFS or ABS. For research material using the LSIC dataset, the views expressed in the research material should not be attributed to the Indigenous people and their communities involved in the study.
DSS accepts no responsibility for the quality or suitability for use of the research material contained within FLoSse Research. DSS accepts no liability for any actions or omissions (and their possible consequences) taken by persons as a result of any degree of reliance upon the findings of the research material.
Any queries about the research material should be directed to the author(s). Copyright rules apply and permission to use the research for publication should be sought from the author(s) prior to use.
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