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No Child Aboard — References


References

Allen, N. (1984). Joint custody: A long awaited solution or mere promise? Conciliation Courts Review. 22 (2) 39-48.
Bordow, S. (1992). Review of family court research. Canberra, Family court of Australia.
Bender, W. N. (1994). Joint custody: The option of choice. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 21 (3-4) 115-131
Chadwick, T. S. (1989) Men and Adjustment to divorce. Australian Journal of sex, marriage and family 10 (1), 29-36
Elkin, M. (1984). Joint Custody: A self-determined structure for shared parenting, Conciliation Courts Review, 22 (2), 5-7.
Elkin, M. (1987). Joint custody: Affirming that parents and families are forever. Social Work. 32 (1), 18-24.
Family Law council (1992) Patterns of parenting after separation: A report to the minister for justice and consumer affairs prepared by the family law council, Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service.
Fay, R. E. (1985). Joint custody of infants and toddlers. Medical aspects of Human Sexuality, 19, (8). 134-139.
Green, D. (1983). Joint custody and the emerging two-parent family. Conciliation Courts Review, 21 (1) 65-75.
Gibson, J. (1992). Non-custodial fathers and access patterns: Family court of Australia. Office of the chief executive. Summary of key findings. Research report No. 10, Canberra: Australian Government Publishing.
Greif, J. B. (1980). Fathers, children and joint custody. Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development, 1980, 292-304.
Ilfeld, F. W., Ilfeld, H, Z. , Alexander, J. R. (1983). Does joint custody work? A first look at outcome data of relitigation. Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development. 1983. 545-554
Jacobs, J. W. (1983). Treatment of divorcing fathers: Social and psychotherapeutic considerations. American Journal of Psychiatry, 140, (10), 1294-1298.
Luepnitz, D. A. (1986). A comparison of maternal, paternal, and joint custody: Understanding the varieties of post-divorce family life. Journal of Divorce. 9, (3) 1-12
Lowery, C. R., Settle, S. A. (1985). Effects of divorce on children: Differential impact of custody and visitation patterns. Family Relations Journal of Applied Family and Child Studies, 34 (4) 455-463.
Maccoby, E. E., Mnookin, R. H. (1992). Dividing the child: Social and legal dilemmas of custody. London: Harvard University Press.
McMurray, A., Blackmore, A. M. (1993). Influences on parent-child relationships in non-custodial fathers. Australian Journal of marriage and family, 14, (3) 151-159
Myers, M. (1989). Men and divorce. New York: The Guilford Press.
Pesikoff, R. B. Pesikoff, B. S. (1985). Child custody in the 80's: The effects of divorce on childhood and teenagers and the concept of joint custody. Conciliation Courts Review. 23, (1) 53-55
Poll, E. (1981). The evolution of joint custody. Conciliation Courts Review, 19 (2), 53-59.
Richards, C.A, Goldenberg, I. (1985). Joint custody: Current issues and implications for treatment. American Journal of family Therapy. 13 (4) 33-40.
Robinson, H. L. (1982). Joint custody: An idea whose idea has come. Journal of Family Law; 21 (4), 641-685 
Roman, M., Dichter, S. (1985). Fathers and Feminism: Backlash within the women movement. Conciliation Courts Review. 23 (2), 37-45.
Wallerstein, J. S., Kelly, J. B. (1980). Effects of divorce on the visiting father-child relationship. American Journal of Psychiatry, 137, (12), 1534-1539.
Wolchik, S. A. , Braver, S. L., Sandler, I, N. (1985). Maternal years versus joint custody: Children's post separation experiences and adjustment. Special issue: Childhood vulnerability: Families and life stress. Journal of clinical Child Psychology. 14 (1) 5-10.

All music written by and performed by Displaced Dads. 

Male Vocal in all songs- A non custodial father. 

Male Vocal in chorus of "men out there" - Somebody else who is a really nice bloke. 

Female Vocal in Father's love - A woman with a lovely voice. Thank you for performing. 

Electric Guitarist - A great guy, who is  really good at the guitar. 

Musical arrangement - Done by a great guy (sorry we didn't add 'eee' to every song.) 

Recorded at a studio in North Queensland, Australia by Mr Sarcasm. 

Art work - by a company that does art work.


Thanks to everyone involved with this CD. 

Thanks to those who have supported this project and to those who hung in there for the whole week it took to record and the two days it took to write the songs. 

Hope you liked the CD and thanks for buying it. 

All songs are copyright protected. 

Any resemblance to any people, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

by Displaced Dads

 

Ordering Information

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Updates:
2007 12 22 (reformated)