No. 35, June 2009
- The family in social policy: an introduction to the families commission special issue.
- Focus on families: New Zealand families of yesterday, today and tomorrow.
- Shortcutting policy: from concept to action for family-centred communities.
- Beyond reasonable debt: a background report on the indebtedness of New Zealand families.
- Making it work: the impacts of flexible working arrangements on New Zealand families.
- Parents' long work hours and the impact on family life.
- Juggling acts: how parents working non-standard hours arrange care for their pre-school children.
- Living the Tokelauan way in New Zealand.
- Using census data to examine changes in wellbeing for Samoan, Cook Island, Tongan and Niuean households.
- The meaning of family and home for young Pasifika people involved in gangs in the suburbs of South Auckland.
- Putting the kids first: caring for children after separation.
- Creating spaces to hear parents' voices: methodological reflections on the Families Commission's early childhood care and education project involving some migrant and former refugee families.
- New Zealanders' experiences of supporting couple relationships.
- Keeping older people safe by preventing elder abuse and neglect.
- The New Zealand family from 1840: a demographic history by Ian Pool, Arunachalam Dharamlingham and Janet Sceats: Auckland University Press.
- Children in Changing Families: Life After Parental Separation by Jan Pryor and Brian Rodgers Blackwell Publishers Ltd.