1 edition of A Snapshot of Contemporary Attitudes to Child Support found in the catalog.
A Snapshot of Contemporary Attitudes to Child Support
January 2005 by Not Avail .
Written in English
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Get this from a library. A snapshot of contemporary attitudes to child support. [Bruce Smyth; Ruth Weston; Australian Institute of Family Studies.]. A snapshot of contemporary attitudes to child support Citation Smyth, B & Weston, RA snapshot of contemporary attitudes to child support.
A snapshot of contemporary attitudes to child support Bruce Smyth was a Research Fellow at the Australian Institute of Family Studies. He has worked on a number of large-scale studies of divorce in Australia since joining the Institute inand has published widely on.
Author: Smyth, Bruce; Format: Book, Online; xiv, p.: ill. ; 30 cm. A snapshot of contemporary attitudes to child support / Bruce Smyth and Ruth Weston | National Library of Australia National Library of Australia.
The Attitudes to Child Support Study, conducted by the AIFS early inwas designed to inform the work of the Ministerial Taskforce on Child Support. Data were obtained from a general population sample of people aged between 18 and 64 years and from a national random sample of separated/divorced parents with at least one child under 18 by: 19 Bruce Smyth and Ruth Weston, “A Snapshot of Contemporary Attitudes to Child Support”, Research Report No.
13, AIFS, Melbourne, 20. A snapshot of contemporary attitudes to child support. 17 Jun Bruce Smyth, Ruth Weston. The Attitudes to Child Support Study, conducted by the AIFS early inwas designed to inform the work of the Ministerial Taskforce on Child Support.
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A snapshot of contemporary attitudes to child support. Research Report— Jun This report presents a snapshot of contemporary attitudes to child support in Australia.
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