Infant care arrangements and implications for parental wellbeing : an attachment perspective
Social trends, government policy and financial necessity are resulting in concurrent increases in maternal employment and non-parental infant care rates across Australia (Australian Bureau of Statistics; ABS, 2008b). These influences coincide with the vulnerable time for parents as they adjust to the demands of a needy infant (Feeney, 2003) and determine how to accommodate each family members multifaceted needs. Internationally this has led to a plethora of research into the impact of changing...[Show more]
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