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2018Digital Coercive Control: Insights From Two Landmark Domestic Violence StudiesHarris Bridget, A.; Woodlock, DelanieJournal Article 
2021Digital media and domestic violence in Australia: essential contextsSalter, Michael; Dragiewicz, Molly; Harris, Bridget; Woodlock, DelanieJournal Article 
2019Domestic violence and communication technology: Survivor experiences of intrusion, surveillance, and identity crimeSalter, Michael; Dragiewicz, Molly; Harris, Bridget; Woodlock, Delanie; Easton, Helen; Milne, Lulu; Leach, Jhan; Campbell, Helen; Lynch, AngelaReport 
2008DV coverage uncovered: an analysis of current news media coverage of domestic violenceMorris, Belinda; Woodlock, DelanieJournal Article 
2021‘For my safety’: Experiences of technology-facilitated abuse among women with intellectual disability or cognitive disabilityWoodlock, Delanie; Harris, BridgetReport 
2022‘If i’m not real, i’m not having an impact’: Relationality and vicarious resistance in complex trauma careDragiewicz, Molly; Woodlock, Delanie; Burke, Jackie; Conroy, Elizabeth; Salter, MichaelJournal Article 
2020The impact of rurality on women's 'space for action' in domestic violence: Findings from a meta-synthesisHarris, Bridget; Farhall, Kate; Woodlock, DelanieJournal Article 
2022Legal tech for justice enhancing access to justice in family violence legal servicesCao, Khoi; Alexander, Christopher; Domingo-Cabarrubias, Leavides; Zhong, Christine; Weinberg, Jacqueline; Sato, Mai; Grant, Genevieve; Woodlock, DelanieReport 
2022Legal tech for justice enhancing access to justice in family violence legal servicesWoodlock, Delanie; Alexander, Christopher; Domingo-Cabarrubias, Leavides; Zhong, Christine; Cao, Khoi; Weinberg, Jacqueline; Grant, Genevieve; Sato, MaiReport 
2012Recognising the risks: how the legal system can prevent filicideWoodlock, Delanie; McKenzie, MandyJournal Article 
2012Recognising the risks: How the legal system can prevent filicideMcKenzie, Mandy; Woodlock, DelanieJournal Article 
2015Remote controlWoodlock, DelanieJournal Article 
2022The role of technology in improving access to justice for victims of family violence: Challenges and opportunitiesSato, Mai; Weinberg, Jacqueline; Domingo-Cabarrubias, Leavides; Woodlock, Delanie; Alexander, Christopher; Grant, GenevieveJournal Article 
2022Secrecy, control and violence in women's intimate relationships with child sexual abuse material offendersDubler, Natasha; Salter, Michael; Woodlock, DelanieJournal Article 
2022Spaceless violence : women's experiences of technology-facilitated domestic violence in regional, rural and remote areasHarris, Bridget; Woodlock, Delanie; Australian Institute of Criminology; Criminology Research Advisory Council (Australia)Report 
2022Spaceless violence: Women's experiences of technology-facilitated domestic violence in regional, rural and remote areasHarris, Bridget; Woodlock, DelanieJournal Article 
2021Submission on Online Safety Legislative ReformHarris, Bridget; Woodlock, Delanie; Dragiewicz, MollyReport 
2023Technology and Domestic and Family Violence: Victimisation, Perpetration and ResponsesWoodlock, Delanie; Harris, Bridgetbook 
2020Technology as a Weapon in Domestic Violence: Responding to Digital Coercive ControlWoodlock, Delanie; Harris, Bridget; Western, Deborah; McKenzie, MandyJournal Article 
2018Technology facilitated coercive control : domestic violence and the competing roles of digital media platformsHarris, Bridget; Dragiewicz, Molly; Burgess, Jean; Matamoros-Fernandez, Ariadna; Salter, Michael; Suzor, Nicolas P; Woodlock, DelanieJournal Article