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Posted 27/10/2011 12:25:32 PM
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Are you a lesbian/same sex attracted parent of a child or children aged 0-3 years living in Melbourne? Interested in talking about your experiences of support from friends and family?

I am undertaking a Swinburne University of Technology Honours research project about the role of friends in the lives of parents of very young children. The research aims to explore carers’ experiences and understandings of the support provided by friends. The study will also explore how this support may be similar or different to that provided by family. Your participation will involve taking part in one face-to-face interview. The interview should take between one and two hours to complete. You will be asked to discuss your personal experiences of friendship, particularly in relation to your role as the carer of a young child or children. The information you provide will be confidential.

If you live in Melbourne and are interested in participating in the study please contact Cathryn on: 0409 233 373 or email: chunter@groupwise.swin.edu.au

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