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|Other Titles:||The Family Policy and Family Education Strategies of Australia and Singapore: Experiences and Inspiration|
National Taiwan Normal University Department of Human Development and Family Studies
The purpose of this study is to investigate the family policy and family life education strategies of Australia and Singapore, in order for Taiwan Family Life Education professionals and policy makers to learn from their experiences. The paper includes descriptions on (1) the current situation and development of family policy of Australia and Singapore. (2) the nature and viewpoints of their family policies. Suggestions are proposed as: (1) Taiwan needs a family-oriented family policy. (2)Taiwan needs a department in the government to take charge of family services and education affairs. (3)The process of family policy making should base on solid research. (4)Early intervention should be emphasized in order to prevent family problems. (5)Technology should be well implemented in the all-directional family services and educational information.
|Appears in Collections:||人類發展與家庭學報|
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