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Domestic and family violence: May 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.

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

Books/reports

Journal articles

  • A parliamentary stand / Vig Geddes and Tim Watts
    DVRCV Advocate. Autumn/Winter 2015:45-46
  • A web-based intervention for abused women : the New Zealand 'isafe' randomised controlled trial protocol / Jane Koziol-McLain, Alain C Vandal, Shyamala Nada-Raja, Denise M Wilson, Karen B Eden, Christine McLean, Terry Dobbs and James Case
    BMC public health 15(56) 2015: 8 p
  • Child and domestic abuse in Indigenous communities 'chronically undisclosed' / Helen Davidson
    Guardian (newspaper). 30 Mar 2015:[4] p
  • Collaboration improves court safety / Sarah McKenzie
    DVRCV Advocate. Autumn/Winter 2015:24-27
  • Companion animal abuse / Ada Conroy
    DVRCV Advocate. Autumn/Winter 2015:34-36
  • Everybody's business / Susi Hamilton
    Uniken. Autumn 2015:12-13
  • Family violence in the rural landscape / Bridget Harris
    DVRCV Advocate. Autumn/Winter 2015:19-23
  • Figuring violence : interrogating homicide data
    DVRCV Advocate. Autumn/Winter 2015:47-48
  • Patterns of misreporting intimate partner violence using matched pairs / Marin R Wenger
    Violence and victims 30(2) 2015: 179-193
  • Patterns of multiple family homicide / Marieke Liem and Ashley Reichelmann
    Homicide studies 18(1) Feb 2014: 44-58
  • Protecting victims of domestic violence : have we got the balance right? / Claire Bessant
    Journal of criminal law 79(2) Apr 2015: 102-121
  • Putting porn in the picture / Maree Crabbe
    DVRCV Advocate. Autumn/Winter 2015:4-9
  • Remote control / Delanie Woodlock
    DVRCV Advocate. Autumn/Winter 2015:37-40
  • Securing fair outcomes for battered women charged with homicide : analysing defence lawyering in 'R v Falls' / Elizabeth A Sheehy, Julie Stubbs and Julia Tolmie
    Melbourne University law review 38(2) 2014: 666-708
  • Survivor-led ethics in multi-agency work / Erin Davis
    DVRCV Advocate. Autumn/Winter 2015:28-33
  • 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
  • Turning wounds into wisdom / Vig Geddes
    DVRCV Advocate. Autumn/Winter 2015:17-18
  • Uncovering truths and identifying system failings / Libby Eltringham
    DVRCV Advocate. Autumn/Winter 2015:12-16
  • 'Us' and 'them' : workers as survivors / Lauren Caulfield
    DVRCV Advocate. Autumn/Winter 2015:41-44
  • Women and children's experiences of family violence and homelessness and increased vulnerability within regional and rural areas / Robyn Trainor
    Parity 28(2) Mae 2015: 11-13