*CLOSED* Queensland University of Technology | 2009 - 2010
Single Parent Research Project - separated parents - The study is about single parents' experiences of single parenthood, specifically in relation to social attitudes read more...
*CLOSED* Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department | December 2009
Family Violence and Family Law - separated parents and children (8-17 years) - The surveys seek to explore the experiences of parents and children during and after parental separation that has occurred since 1995. We are particularly interested in how family violence has impacted on the participants' decision-making during relationship breakdown ( including decisions about accessing courts and dispute resolution services, decisions while attending courts and other services and the effect of family violence on parenting arrangements) read more...
SingleMum.com.au believes that single parent research is important, and has assisted many Universities and organisations in collecting single mother input for their studies. These include Ballarat, Bond and Edith Cowan Universities, and organisations such as the Commonwealth Attorney-Generals Dept, the Brotherhood of St Laurence and NAPCAN.
SingleMum can actively and quickly advertise for your single mums across our networks, including posting banners on our home page, our Single Mother Forums, Newsletter, Facebook and Twitter communities.
We can also set up your own quickly Google-able page (you can see an example here)
Actively promoting your survey or study will get you a much higher volume of single mother responses.
If you would like your survey or study promoted by SingleMum.com.au, please contact us here
If you are unable to confirm the above condition (after seeking any permission necessary), then you can still advertise with us in our Single Mother Forum here:
Surveys and studies - post your university or organisation's survey or study in our Single Mother Forums - Surveys and Studies section
...or simply email the information to us and we will post it in there on your behalf.
Please send us your study or survey results upon completion if possible, and we can possibly produce an article. This will further publicise your work and also inform our own single mums of the results!