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|Longitudinal Study:||LSAC||Title:||Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children: 2007-2008 Annual Report||Institution:||Australian Institute of Family Studies
Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affaris
|Issue Date:||Dec-2008||Keywords:||LSAC overview||Abstract:||The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) commenced in 2004. It collects a range of information about the physical health and social, cognitive and emotional development of Australian children over infancy and childhood. The annual report for 2008 provides an overview of the 2007 Wave 2.5 data collection, when children were aged 3-4 years and 7-8 years. It includes feature articles on children's media and technology use, child care usage patterns over time, mothers' attitudes towards their labour force participation, the financial and contact arrangements of separated parents across time, parents' involvement in their children's education, the impact of child care on children's wellbeing, and the amount of time fathers who work long hours are able to spend with their children. It also reports on the 2007 LSAC Research Conference, lists key personnel, and summarises the fields of research in which LSAC data were used and visits to its website. A list of LSAC publications and presentations is included.||Keywords:||Surveys and Survey Methodology||Research collection:||Annual Reports
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