This page lists publications that have used Family characteristics microdata. ABS encourages researchers to provide citations for their published research using microdata so that others can share the benefits of that research. This information also helps ABS understand the range of research activities undertaken.
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Vidal, S., Perales, F., Lersch, P.M. and Branden. M. 2017. 'Family migration in a cross-national perspective: The importance of within-couple employment arrangements in Australia, Britain, Germany, and Sweden'. Demonic Research, vol. 36, No. 10, pp. 307-338.
Deek, H., Hamilton, s., Brown, N., Inglis, S.C., Didiacomo, M., Newton, P.J., Noureddine, S., MacDonald, P.S., and Davidson, P.M. 2016, 'Family-centres approaches to healthcare interventions in chronic diseases in adults: a quantitative systematic review', Article in Journal of Advanced Nursing.
Redmond, G., Skattebol, J. et al. 2016, 'Are the kids alright? Young Australians in their middle years'. Final report of the Australian Child Wellbeing Project, Flinders University, University of New South Wales and Australian Council for Educational Research.
Moloney, L. and Weston, R. 2014, 'Grandparents who take primary responsibility for raising their grandchildren'. Submission from Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Weston, R., Qu, L., Gray, M., De Maio, J., Kaspiew, R., Moloney, L. and Hand, K. 2011, 'Shared care time, An increasingly common arrangement', Australian Institute of Family Studies, IFamily Matters, No. 88.
Hayes, A. et al. 2010, 'Families then and now 1980-2010'. Fact sheet Australian Institute of Family Studies.