Children and Their Families: Australian Perspectives
Allen & Unwin
Publication Date :
1 Jan 1994
Australian society is changing rapidly. Families are under pressure to adapt to new social mores, difficult economic circumstances and ever-shifting government policy. How well do they cope? What happens to the children when they don't? Children and Families explores a range of issues faced by Australian families in the 1990s including: . the effects of poverty and divorce on children . changes to adoption legislation . new roles for fathers . working with Aboriginal children . the effects of television and consumerism . dangerous families Children and Families is essential reading for students and professionals in child care, education, welfare, health, community work and social work.
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