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|Longitudinal Study:||HILDA||Title:||Diversity and Change in Australian Families: Statistical Profiles||Authors:||De Vaus, D||Issue Date:||2004||Publisher:||Australian Institute of Family Studies||Abstract:||This book describes how families have changed in Australia over the last 30 years. It presents statistics on the diversity of family types, the changes and transitions a family may experience, and issues affecting families, and describes the context of these trends. Topics include: family and household types; couples without children at home; couples with children; lone parent families; step families and blended families; extended families and multi family households; same sex couples; adoption and adoptive families; living alone; cohabitation; transitions in childhood; transition of young people to adulthood; marriage and remarriage; having children; divorce and separation; caring; spending; time use; and working.||Keywords:||Families||Research collection:||Books|
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