Footprints in time: the longitudinal study of Indigenous children: guide for the uninitiated
The Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children is arguably a landmark for the development of an effective policy to address Indigenous disadvantage early in the life cycle. This paper highlights how the study might inform policy-makers by providing some historical context about the survey design and collection. The brief history of LSIC provides an extended rationale for the need for the data and directly reflects on the survey design and methodology. The paper includes an analysis of the...[Show more]
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|Source:||Family Matters 91 (2012): 69-82|
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