Divorce and the Experience of Australian Men
Adaptation to Divorce: A study into the post-divorce experience of Australian men
We are conducting a study into the adaptation of Australian men to life after divorce in cases where children were both present and not present in the relationship when it ended.
We are looking for Australian heterosexual men willing to take part in this study who are between the ages of 18 and 60 and who have experienced divorce or a common law (de-facto) relationship breakdown, particularly within the last five years.
If you choose to participate, you will be required to complete three questionnaires made up of items designed to assess your feelings and experiences after divorce, aspects of your self-concept and specific details about your marriage or de-facto relationship. Information about your age, work history and other general information will also be collected.
The measures will take approximately 30 minutes to complete and will be administered through an internet based questionnaire that you can undertake in your own time.
All answers will be recorded anonymously and confidentiality of data will be maintained.
Your interest in this study is greatly appreciated
Swinburne Research student undertaking a Professional Doctorate in Psychology
For further information and to participate, please go to http://opinio.online.swin.edu.au/s?s=10453
This is a wonderful opportunity for separated or divorced Australian Dads to make a difference by contributing to this study. For too long men have suffered in silence and it’s only by documenting what is really going on that we can hope for better outcomes in the future.
Please consider participating in this study.