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Elspeth McInnes

Dr Elspeth McInnes is a Lecturer at the University of South Australia, Convenor of the National Council of Single Mothers and their Children and a member of the ACOSS Executive. Dr McInnes' most recent research has focused on mothers' transition into lone parent family structures, exploring the impact of violence on mothers and children during separation and their subsequent adaptation and access to community resources and to both market and non-market income.

Risk in child abuse cases in the family law system: Whats the problem?
Law & Liberties - 8/06/2012 - 23 comments
Legal reforms not enough to keep children safe
Law & Liberties - 7/06/2012 - 4 comments
Safety first in family law is long overdue
Society - 16/11/2010 - 168 comments
No safety for family violence victims in family law
October 2006 Feature - 18/10/2006 - 76 comments
Devaluing children in their 'best interests'
Society - 17/06/2005 - 40 comments
Single mothers managing work, self and family
May 2005 Feature - 9/05/2005 - 25 comments
When governments define 'family'...
December 2004 Feature - 13/12/2004 - 5 comments
Is a pro-contact legal culture more important than child safety?
September 2004 Feature - 6/09/2004 - 2 comments
Parental Alienation Syndrome: family law's paradigm for child abuse
April 2003 Feature - 19/05/2003 - 1 comment

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