This list relates to the year Semester 1 (Official Calendar), 2020 which does not start until 17/02/2020
  1. Core texts: 3 items
    1. Social work & domestic violence: developing critical & reflective practice - Lesley Laing, Catherine Humphreys, Kate Cavanagh 2013

      Book 

    2. Domestic violence in diverse contexts: a re-examination of gender - Sarah Wendt, Lana Zannettino, Taylor and Francis 2015

      Book  Full-text ebook

    3. Domestic violence in diverse contexts : A reexamination of gender - Wendt S & Zannetino L 2018

      Book  Hardcopy version

  2. General reading: 3 items
    1. Gender-based violence and public health: international perspectives on budgets and policies - Keerty Nakray, Ebooks Corporation 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book  Full text ebook. Western, D and Mason, R. Chapter 7 - Gender-based violence in Australia: a State-based joined-up approach

  3. Week 1: 6 items
    1. Essential reading: 3 items
      1. Social work & domestic violence: developing critical & reflective practice - Lesley Laing, Catherine Humphreys, Kate Cavanagh 2013

        Book  Chapter 1 - Introduction: Key concepts in social work and domestic violence

      2. Naming and framing domestic violence: engaging with complexity - Lesley Laing, Catherine Humphreys, Kate Cavanagh 2013

        Chapter  Chapter 2

      3. Domestic violence in diverse contexts: a re-examination of gender - Sarah Wendt, Lana Zannettino, Taylor and Francis 2015

        Book  Full-text ebook. Chapter 1 extract - Introduction pp. 2-9.

    2. Recommended reading: 3 items
      1. Domestic and Family Violence survivors reveal their scars | You Can't Ask That - YouTube - ABC TV

        Audio-visual document  [Youtube video accessed 17/12/19] Duration: 3 mins

      2. Change the story: a shared framework for the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia - Our Watch, Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS) and VicHealth 2015

        Document  [Webpage PDF accessed 7/01/2020]

  4. Week 2: 6 items
    1. Essential reading: 1 item
      1. Domestic violence in diverse contexts: a re-examination of gender - Sarah Wendt, Lana Zannettino, Taylor and Francis 2015

        Book  Full-text ebook. Chapter 2 - Feminist understandings of domestic violence

    2. Recommended reading: 5 items
  5. Week 3: 2 items
    1. Recommended reading: 2 items
      1. Women, disability and violence: Barriers to accessing justice: Final Report - Maher, JM., Spivakosky, C., McCulloch, J., McGowan, J., Beavis, K., Lea, M., Cadwallader, J., and Sands, T. 2018

        Document  [Webpage PDF accessed 7/01/2020]

      2. Promoting community-led responses to violence against immigrant and refugee women in metropolitan and regional Australia. - Vaughan C, Davis E, Murdolo A, Chen J, Murray L, Block K & Warr D 2015

        Document  [Webpage PDF accessed 7/01/2020]

  6. Week 4: 6 items
    1. Essential reading: 3 items
      1. Social work & domestic violence: developing critical & reflective practice - Lesley Laing, Catherine Humphreys, Kate Cavanagh 2013

        Book  Chapter 2 extract - Understanding the complexity of domestic violence: The centrality of coercive control pp. 22-25

      2. Social work & domestic violence: developing critical & reflective practice - Lesley Laing, Catherine Humphreys, Kate Cavanagh 2013

        Book  Chapter 4 extract - Practices with women pp. 63-76

    2. Recommended reading: 3 items
      1. Invisible practices: Working with fathers who use violence. Practice guide - Healey, L., Humphreys, C., Tsantefski, M., Heward-Belle, S., Chung, D., & Mandel, D. 2018

        Document  [Webpage PDF accessed 7/01/2020]

      2. Women and domestic and family violence - Western, D., Petrakis, M. (ed.) 2018

        Chapter  Chapter 6

      3. What do domestic violence and sexual assault service providers need to know about survivors to deliver services? - Rebecca J. Macy, Sandra L. Martin, Ijeoma Nwabuzor Ogbonnaya, Cynthia F. Rizo 01/2018

        Article 

  7. Week 5: 3 items
    1. Domestic violence in diverse contexts: a re-examination of gender - Sarah Wendt, Lana Zannettino, Taylor and Francis 2015

      Book  Full-text ebook. Chapter 8 - Aboriginal women

    2. Innovative models in addressing violence against Indigenous women: State of knowledge paper - Blagg, Harry, Bluett-Boyd, Nicole and Williams, Emma. 2015

      Document  [Webpage PDF accessed 7/01/2020]

  8. Week 6 and 7: 10 items
    1. Domestic violence in diverse contexts: a re-examination of gender - Sarah Wendt, Lana Zannettino, Taylor and Francis 2015

      Book  Full-text ebook. Chapter 6 - Refugee women and Chapter 10 - Women with intellectual disabilities

    2. Promoting community-led responses to violence against immigrant and refugee women in metropolitan and regional Australia - Vaughan, C., Davis E., Murdolo, A., Chen, J., Murray, L., Block, K., Quiazon, R., & Warr, D. 2015

      Document  [accessed 7/01/2020]

    3. Mind the gap: the extent of violence against women with disabilities in Australia - Dowse, LeanneSoldatic, KarenSpangaro, Jovan Toorn, Georgia 2016

      Article 

    4. Domestic violence in diverse contexts: a re-examination of gender - Sarah Wendt, Lana Zannettino, Taylor and Francis 2015

      Book  Full-text ebook. Chapter 9 - Lesbians

    5. Social work & domestic violence: developing critical & reflective practice - Lesley Laing, Catherine Humphreys, Kate Cavanagh 2013

      Book  Chapter 6 - Practices with men in the domestic violence context

    6. Social work & domestic violence: developing critical & reflective practice - Lesley Laing, Catherine Humphreys, Kate Cavanagh 2013

      Book  Chapter 5 - Children and domestic violence: Complexities in responding to the statutory duty to protect

    7. Seeking help for domestic violence: Exploring rural women's coping experiences - Sarah Wendt, Donna Chung, Alison Elder, Lia Bryant. 2015

      Document  [accessed 7/01/2020]

  9. Week 8: 2 items
    1. Australians’ attitudes to violence against women and gender equality. Findings from the 2017 National Community Attitudes towards Violence against Women Survey (NCAS) - Webster, K., Diemer, K., Honey, N., Mannix, S., Mickle, J., Morgan, J., Parkes, A., Politoff, V., Powell, A., Stubbs, J., & Ward, A. 2018

      Document  [Webpage PDF accessed 7/01/2020]

    2. Alternative masculinities for a changing world - Angels Carabi, Josep M. Armengol, SpringerLink (Online service) 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book  Full-text ebook. Flood, M.G. Chapter 2 - Men's antiviolence activism and the construction of gender-equitable masculinities pp. 35-50.

  10. Week 9: 4 items
    1. Invisible practices: Working with fathers who use violence. Practice guide - Healey, L., Humphreys, C., Tsantefski, M., Heward-Belle, S., Chung, D., & Mandel, D. 2018

      Document  [Webpage PDF accessed 7/02/19]

    2. Social work & domestic violence: developing critical & reflective practice - Lesley Laing, Catherine Humphreys, Kate Cavanagh 2013

      Book  Chapter 6 extract - Practices with men in the domestic violence context pp. 105-112.

  11. Week 10: 5 items
    1. Social work & domestic violence: developing critical & reflective practice - Lesley Laing, Catherine Humphreys, Kate Cavanagh 2013

      Book  Chapter 7 - Multi-agency work: Collaborating for women's and children's safety

    2. Violence against women: current theory and practice in domestic abuse, sexual violence, and exploitation - Nancy Lombard, Lesley McMillan, Ebooks Corporation 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book  Full-text ebook. Rummery, K. Chapter 12 - Partnership working and tackling violence against women: Pitfalls and possibilities

    3. The Routledge handbook of community development research - ProQuest (Firm) 2018

      Book  Full text ebook. Western D, and Varley C. Chapter 7 - Preventing violence against women: Researching the development and evolution of an integrated culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) community family violence project pp. 99-114

    4. Gender-based violence and depression in women: a feminist group work response - Western, Deborah, SpringerLink (Online service) c2013 (electronic resource)

      Book  Full-text ebook version

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