Parenting and families in Australia. /
Contributor(s): Smith, Grant J | Nicholson, Jan MSeries: FaCSIA. Social policy research paperPublisher: Canberra, A.C.T. Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) 2008Description: xii, 119 pISBN: 1921380780; 9781921380785Other title: FaCSIA. Social policy research paper ; no. 34Subject(s): Parent And Child | Parent Child Relationships | Single Parent Families | Social Policy | Families | Parents Responsibilities | Australia. Department Of Families, Housing, Community Servicesand Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) | Family | Family & Early Years | ParentingDDC classification: 361.60994 POL Online Resources: Electronic copy
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This paper explores a number of topic areas in relation to infants and children in Australian families: parenting styles and family functioning; factors influencing parents; feelings and perceptions about the way they parent their children the roles and contributions of parents who do not live with their children; feelings of stress and sources of social support for parents; the relationship of parenting practices to child outcomes.
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