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|Longitudinal Study:||HILDA||Title:||Parent-Child Contact and Post-Separation Parenting Arrangements||Authors:||Wolcott, I
|Institution:||Australian Institute of Faimly Studies||Publication Date:||17-Jul-2004||Abstract:||The report presents qualitative data from a series of ten focus groups which formed the Parent-Child Contact Study, a component of the larger Australian Institute of Family Studies Caring for Children after Parental Separation Project. Fifty-four separated or divorced parents took part in the focus group discussions about different aspects of parent-child contact. The qualitative data are also embedded in the wider national picture through an examination of data derived from a large representative sample of separated/divorced parents who participated in the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey.||URL:||https://aifs.gov.au/research/research-reports/parent-child-contact-and-post-separation-parenting-arrangements||ISBN:||ISBN 0 642 39512 8 ISSN 1447-1469 (Print); 1447-1477 (Online)||Research collection:||Reports and technical papers|
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