|Title||Families and children in Britain: findings from the 2002 Families and Children Study (FACS)|
|Authors||Barnes, M., Willitts, M., Anderson, T., Chaplin, J., Collins, D., Groben, S., Morris, S., Noble, J., Phillips, M. and Sneade, I.|
The 2002 Families and Children Study (FACS) is the fourth in a series of annual surveys to investigate the circumstances of British families with dependent children. This report presents descriptive findings on the circumstances of all families with dependent children in 2002. The report is divided into a number of chapters, each of which looks at a distinct feature of family life. Some of the chapters focus on the circumstances of the family unit - such as housing, income, and material deprivation; some on the circumstances of the adults in the family - such as work and health; and some on the circumstances of children - such as schooling and behaviour.
|Publisher||Corporate Document Services|
|Place of publication||Leeds|
|Series||DWP Research Report|
|Web address (URL)||http://research.dwp.gov.uk/asd/asd5/rports2003-2004/rrep206.pdf|