*CLOSED* Ballarat University | 28 July - 13 September 2010
The positive psychological health of single mothers - ...The title of the research is "The subjective well-being of single mothers:The role of locus of control and social support". Basically we are investigating how the amount of control a mother feels they have over their lives and their level of social support influences how happy and satisfied they are with their lives read more...
*CLOSED* Edith Cowan University | August 2010 - 30 June 2011
Mothers in Australia: The Good Mother Syndrome and Resilience - This research investigates resilience, self-esteem, social support and life satisfaction in Australian single mothers. Any single mother in Australia, whether it be through separation, divorce, death or choice, of any age, is eligible to participate read more...
*CLOSED* The Brotherhood of St Laurence | 13 August 2010 (Friday), 11-12pm & 16 August 2010 (Monday), 1-2pm
Financial needs across life transitions project - ...If you are a single parent and could reserve an hour to join a discussion group and share your experiences, we would really like to hear from you. You will receive $30.00 (cash) for your participation in our focus group read more...
*CLOSED* Bond University, Gold Coast, QLD | March-June 2010
The Psychological Impact Of Separation/Divorce/Child Custody - The study investigates the impact of child custody disputes on parents psychological well being. We are interested in hearing from anyone (regardless of gender, age, sexuality, ethnicity) aged 18+ who has separated/divorced from the partner with whom they had their children 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.
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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!