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Fahey, Tony and Keilthy, Patricia and Polek, Ela (2012) Family relationships and family well-being. A study of the families of nine year-olds in Ireland. Dublin: University College Dublin and the Family Support Agency.

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This study is based on the first wave of data on the child cohort (nine year-olds) in the Growing Up in Ireland (GUI) survey. It examines family relationships and their associations with parent and child well-being in the families of the nine year-olds and explores social inequalities in these aspects of family circumstances. The analysis is presented under five headings: the structure of families (a term which encompasses family structure both currently and over time and also includes family size), relationship quality between parents, the individual well-being of parents, relationship quality between parents and children, and the well-being of children.


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