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Alcohol and violence: April 2014

The latest crime and justice alerts are now available on our new catalogue at http://library.aic.gov.au.

Wherever possible, open access to full text documents are provided, but for licensing reasons, they cannot be given for most journal articles. Please contact your own library for any items that are not freely available - we are happy to help them with inter-library loans if needed.

For further assistance please email front.desk@aic.gov.au

Books/reports

Journal articles

  • Barriers and enablers to the provision of alcohol treatment among Aboriginal Australians : a thematic review of five research projects / Dennis Gray, Mandy Wilson, Steve Allsop, Sherry Saggers, Edward Wilkes and Coralie Ober
    Drug and alcohol review. 30 Mar 2014:9 p
  • CLIMATE Schools : combining mental health and drug and alcohol prevention programs / Maree Teesson
    Drug and alcohol research connections. Apr 2014:[7] p
  • 'Let's get drunk and have sex' : the complex relationship of alcohol, gender, and sexual victimization / Amanda D Cowley
    Journal of interpersonal violence 29(7) May 2014: 1258-1278
  • More law and order on the run / Julia Quilter
    Alternative law journal 39(1) 2014: 50-51
  • New laws will change drinking culture
    New South Wales police news 94(4) Apr 2014: 10-11
  • One-punch laws, mandatory minimums and 'alcohol-fuelled' as an aggravating factor : implications for NSW criminal law / Julia Quilter
    International journal for crime, justice and social democracy 3(1) 2014: 81-106
  • Tailoring a family-based alcohol intervention for Aboriginal Australians, and the experiences and perceptions of health care providers trained in its delivery / Bianca Calabria, Anton Clifford, Miranda Rose and Anthony P Shakeshaft
    BMC public health 14(322) 7 Apr 2014: 10 p
  • The persistence of neighbourhood disadvantage : an experimental investigation of alcohol and later physical aggression / Volkan Topalli, Peter R. Giancola, Ralph E. Tarter, Monica Swahn, Michelle M Martel, Aaron J Godlaski and K Todd McCoun
    Criminal justice and behavior 41(4) Apr 2014: 400-416
  • The Thomas Kelly case : why a 'one punch' law is not the answer / Julia Quilter
    Criminal law journal 38(1) 2014: 16-37