The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children: annual statistical report 2013

Children Parenting Families Australia

This annual statistical report series introduces policy-makers, researchers, and practitioners to the wealth of information collected by 'Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children' (LSAC).

Each report explores new findings from the study on the factors that influence child wellbeing and development.

Chapters in this 2013 report include: Children's views of parents' jobs; Care for children in school holidays; Time use and children's social and emotional wellbeing and temperament; Children's academic engagement and enjoyment in primary school; Eating behaviour: Socio-economic determinants and parental influence; Body image of primary school children; Safe environments, parental concerns and children's unsupervised time, time outdoors, and physical activity; and Fathers' involvement in the lives of their children: separated parents' preferences.

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