Journal of Family Studies

Articles from Vol. 17, No. 1, April

Evaluation of an Information Program for Separating Parents
ABSTRACT The Parenting Through Separation (PTS) program is available throughout New Zealand to separating parents. The PTS program aims to educate parents on the impact of separation on children, how to minimise parental conflict, and how to make...
Family Self-Reliance and the Delivery of Appropriate Family Services
It is no exaggeration to say that the American, and more broadly the Western, family changed more dramatically in the latter half of the twentieth century than in any comparable span of time in our history. (1) My parents, whose childhoods were...
Innovations in Practice: A Safety Assessment Approach to Child-Inclusive Family Dispute Resolution
ABSTRACT This paper extends on existing models of child-inclusive family dispute resolution, as conducted in Family Relationship Centres. A safety assessment approach to this work has been developed in response to the complex client group presenting...
Sleep and Parent-Family Connectedness: Links, Relationships and Implications for Adolescent Depression
ABSTRACT The present study investigated the relationship between adolescent depression, levels of sleep and family functioning in a nationally representative sample of adolescents. Participants were selected from the National Longitudinal Study...
Sole Voices: Experiences of Non-Home-Owning Sole Mother Renters
ABSTRACT Housing is both a key indicator of, and contributor to, social advantage/disadvantage. Opportunities for wealth creation, affordability, sense of security and belonging to community and place, level of choice, self-esteem and self-determination...
The Impact of a Parenting Intervention in Australia among Migrants and Refugees from Liberia, Sierra Leone, Congo, and Burundi: Results from the African Migrant Parenting Program
ABSTRACT African migrants and refugee families who resettle in high-income countries such as Australia face many challenges. Negotiating parenting in a new culture is one of the most pressing challenges that is faced by most African migrant and...
Voices of Children in the Legal Process
ABSTRACT This paper looks, from the perspective of a practising family law barrister, at how the views of children are taken into account in family law legislation, case law, and the practice of the family courts. Recent Commonwealth Government...
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