Submit a content proposal for Wave 10
FORM EXENDED: Now open until Friday 14th May 2021
The team from Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) is currently developing the content for Wave 10 of the study, scheduled for 2023.
We are seeking input from data users, academics, policy makers and other stakeholders on possible inclusions for Wave 10 that will assist in understanding how young people’s social, economic and cultural environments relate to their adjustment and wellbeing.
At Wave 10, Study Young People (B and K cohorts) will be 19-20 and 23–24 years old respectively, and we will be interviewing the Young People and up to three parents, including the non-resident parent, where applicable.
To submit topic areas for consideration, please complete the form by Friday 14th May 2021. All proposals are greatly appreciated and will be considered and decided upon by the LSAC Management Group and Consortium Advisory Group (the study’s academic advisory group).
It is important to think about whether LSAC is the best survey tool for collecting the proposed content.
Only proposals that demonstrate suitability against these criteria are likely to be competitive for consideration by the LSAC Management Group, and the Consortium Advisory Group.
If you have any questions about the submission process, please contact us via email.
Note: the content proposal form still states the form will close on 30/04/21, please ignore this as it cannot be changed.
Content submissions will be open until Friday 14th May 2021.
Provision of your personal details is not mandatory, but if supplied, LSAC will only use your personal details to contact you about your submission. Your personal details will not be disclosed to any organisation outside the study partners without your written permission.
Please note that when submitting your proposal to the LSAC team, elements of your proposal may be used in official LSAC publications anonymously.
These publications will only use the information supplied for its intended purpose.
If we need to include your personal details in any of these publications, we will contact you to seek consent.
The privacy statement of the Department of Social Services (one of the study partners) is also available.