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Domestic and family violence in regional, rural and remote communities : an overview of key issues
Bib ID 7342563
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
Author
Campo, Monica, author
 
Online Access
Access Conditions National edeposit: Available online. 
Description Melbourne, VIC : Australian Institute of Family Studies, [2015] 
©2015 
1 online resource (8 pages) 
ISBN 9781760160661 (online)
9781760160678 (PDF)
Series

CFCA practitioner resource.

Technical Details

Mode of access: via the internet. 

text file : PDF : 0.4MB 

Summary

Written for practitioners, this paper provides an overview of the issues unique to domestic and family violence in regional, rural and remote communities. These areas witness higher rates of this kind of violence than urban areas, and their geographical and social structures - as well as unique social values and norms - produce specific experiences of domestic and family violence and impact upon women's ability to seek help and access services. This paper reviews what is known about: prevalence, characteristics of domestic and family violence in these areas, geographical issues, population diversity, service provision, effective practice models, workforce knowledge, and community education.

Notes

Caption title.

"CFCA Practitioner Resource - December 2015"--Publisher website

"Child Family Community Australia information exchange"--Page [1]

Includes bibliographical references (pages 7-8)

Subjects Family violence -- Australia.  |  Rural women -- Violence against -- Australia.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Tayton, Sarah, author  |  Child Family Community Australia  |  Australian Institute of Family Studies
Terms of Use With the exception of AIFS branding, the Commonwealth Coat of Arms, content provided by third parties, and any material protected by a trademark, all textual material presented in this publication is provided under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia licence (CC BY 3.0) <creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ au>. You may copy, distribute and build upon this work for commercial and noncommercial purposes; however, you must attribute the Commonwealth of Australia as the copyright holder of the work. Content that is copyrighted by a third party is subject to the licensing arrangements of the original owner. 
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