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Mullan, Killian and Chatzitheochari, Stella (2019). Changing Times Together? A Time-Diary Analysis of Family Time in the Digital Age in the United Kingdom. Journal of Marriage and Family, 81 (4), pp. 795-811.

Mullan, Killian and Wajcman, Judy (2019). Have mobile devices changed working patterns in the 21st Century? A time-diary analysis of work extension in the UK. Work, Employment and Society, 33 (1), pp. 3-20.

Fisher, Kimberly, Gershuny, Jonathan, Mullan, Killian, Sullivan, Oriel and Morris, Sarah (2015). Innovations and lessons from the UK 2014-2015 everyday life survey. Electronic International Journal of Time Use Research, 12 , pp. 163-169.

Mullan, Killian, Sutherland, Holly and Zantomio, Francesca (2011). Accounting for housing in poverty analysis. Social Policy and Society, 10 (4), pp. 471-482.

Mullan, Killian and Craig, Lyn (2009). Harmonizing extended measures of parental childcare in the time-diaries of four countries: Proximity versus responsibility. electonic International Journal for Time Use Research, 6 (1), pp. 48-72.

Book Section

Mullan, Killian and Maguire, Brigit (2013). How engaged are children in organised sport and other physical activity during their late primary school years? IN: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children Annual Statistical Report 2012. Daraganova, Galina; Maguire, Brigit; Kaspar, Joseph and Edwards, Ben (eds) Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Mullan, Killian (2013). School’s out - Afterschool’s in: Children’s after-school care arrangements and activities. IN: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children Annual Statistical Report 2012. Daraganova, Galina; Maguire, Brigit; Kaspar, Joseph and Edwards, Ben (eds) Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Mullan, Killian and Daraganova, Galina (2012). Reading: The home and family context. IN: Year Book Australia 2012. Canberra: Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Book

Mullan, Killian (2014). Longitudinal analysis of LSAC time-diary data: Considerations for data users. LSAC Technical Report . Canberra: Department of Social Services.

Mullan, Killian, Daraganova, Galina and Baker, Kalyca (2014). Imputing income in Longitudinal Study of Australian Children. LSAC Technical Report . Canberra: Department of Social Services.

Edwards, Ben, Mullan, Killian, Katz, Ilan and Higgins, Daryl (2014). The Stronger Families in Australia (SFIA) Study: Phase 2. AIFS Research Report . Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Mullan, Killian and Higgins, Daryl (2014). A safe and supportive environment for children: Key components and links to child outcomes. Occasional Paper Series . Canberra: Department of Social Services.

Mullan, Killian and Redmond, Gerry (2011). Validating income in the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC). LSAC Technical Report . Department of Social Services.

Muir, Kristy, Mullan, Killian, Powell, Abigail, Flaxman, Saul, Thompson, Denise and Griffiths, Megan (2009). State of Australia’s young people: A report on the social, economic, health and family lives of young people. Canberra: Australian Government Office for Youth.

Other

Chatzitheochari, Stella and Mullan, Killian (2019). Alone together: how mobile devices have changed family time. The Conversation Trust (UK).

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