Intergenerational reliance on income support: psychosocial factors and their measurement

Helen Berry, Emma George, Peter Butterworth, Bryan Rodgers, Tanya Caldwell

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Abstract

The review of literature that follows this executive summary has been framed in terms of the question: Within developed English-speaking economies, what are (i) the core psychosocial characteristics of families that affect the likelihood of children relying on income support when they attain working age and (ii) appropriate questionnaire-based measures of those concepts? To the greatest extent possible, we have adopted the rigour of systematic reviewing (Section 5). This included the use of careful screening, inclusion, exclusion and instrument selection criteria to help define the scope of our review with clarity and to ensure that we have reviewed, without bias, the best available material. Our findings are presented in a structure that is suitable for a range of potential end-users (Section 3 and Section 5)
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationOnline
PublisherCommonwealth of Australia
Commissioning bodyAustralian Government - Department of Social Services
Number of pages120
ISBN (Print)9781921130434
Publication statusPublished - 2007
Externally publishedYes

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Berry, H., George, E., Butterworth, P., Rodgers, B., & Caldwell, T. (2007). Intergenerational reliance on income support: psychosocial factors and their measurement. Online: Commonwealth of Australia.
Berry, Helen ; George, Emma ; Butterworth, Peter ; Rodgers, Bryan ; Caldwell, Tanya. / Intergenerational reliance on income support: psychosocial factors and their measurement. Online : Commonwealth of Australia, 2007. 120 p.
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Online : Commonwealth of Australia, 2007. 120 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

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