The modern world is characterised by an increasingly mobile population as family members transfer or relocate nationally and/or internationally to pursue new career or lifestyle opportunities. How positive this decision might be for the children most affected by it is rarely scrutinised by a third party, yet the children are likely to experience the loss of familiar surroundings and close friendships, need to change (pre)schools and start afresh with many aspects of their lives.
- Citation: Taylor, N., Gallop, M., Henaghan, M. (June 2010) Research Report: Relocation Following Parental Separation: The Welfare & Best Interests of Children. Centre for Research on Children and Families and Faculty of Law, University of Otago, Dunedin.
- Creative Commons: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives CC BY-NC-ND
- Creator: Dr Nicola Taylor, Megan Gallop, Prof. Mark Henaghan
- Language: English
- Publisher: Centre for Research on Children & Families and Faculty of Law; University of Otago, Dunedin
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