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Domestic and family violence: April 2015

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.

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Books/reports

Journal articles

  • Australia's 'urgent' action on family violence has fallen years behind / Jane Wangmann
    The conversation. 22 Apr 2015:[6] p
  • Campaign to end violence
    Koori Mail no. 598 08 Apr 2015: 19
  • Case report : an extreme homicide-suicide by a 12-year-old girl / Emel Sari Gokten and Ali Guven Kilicoglu
    Aggression and violent behavior vol. 21 Mar/Apr 2015: 110-112
  • Consequences of intimate partner violence on substance use and depression for women and men / Sara B Simmons, Kelly E Knight and Scott Menard
    Journal of family violence 30(3) Apr 2015: 351-361
  • Creating a safe space? / Alan Clarke and Sarah Wydall
    CJM : criminal justice matters no. 99 Mar 2015: 20-21
  • Everyday rape : let's turn the spotlight on known perpetrators / Nicola Henry and Anastasia Powell
    The conversation. 2015:[5] p
  • Exploring the effect of arrest across a domestic batterer typology / Richard R Johnson and Wendi Goodlin-Fahncke
    Juvenile and family court journal 66(1 Winter) 2015: 15-30
  • From safe refuge to safe at home : the evolving role of family violence outreach services / Prue Cameron
    Parity 28(1) Feb 2015: 18-19
  • Intimate partner assault and structural-level correlates of crime exploring the relationship between contextual factors and intimate partner violence / Lindsey Blumenstein and Jana L Jasinski
    Criminal justice studies 28(2) 2015: 186-210
  • Military veteran perpetrators of intimate partner violence : challenges and barriers to coordinated intervention / Sarah Krill Williston, Casey T Taft and Kayla O VanHaasteren
    Aggression and violent behavior vol. 21 Mar/Apr 2015: 55-60
  • Neuropsychology of domestic violence : a comparative preliminary study of executive functioning / Juan Antonio Becerra-Garcia
    Medicine, science and the law 55(1) Jan 2015: 35-39
  • NSW election 2015 : Pru Goward sworn in as Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence
    ABC news (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). 02 Apr 2015:[2] p
  • Online harassment is a form of violence / Jenny Ostini and Susan Hopkins
    The conversation. 08 Apr 2015:[5] p
  • Patterns of multiple family homicide / Marieke Liem and Ashley Reichelmann
    Homicide studies 18(1) Feb 2014: 44-58
  • Targeting escalation in reported domestic abuse : evidence from 36,000 callouts / Matthew Bland and Barak Ariel
    International criminal justice review 25(1) Mar 2015: 30-53
  • The female family annihilator : an exploratory study / Hannah Scott and Katie Fleming
    Homicide studies 18(1) Feb 2014: 59-82
  • Therapeutic responses to domestic violence in Australia : a history of controversies / Jac Brown and Kerrie James
    Australian and New Zealand journal of family therapy 35(2) 2014: 169-184