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Record ID: ccfe98fc-637e-4fa4-8c3f-16218546921f
Electronic Resources: https://www.anrows.org.au/project/mixed-method-insights-into-impact-and-support-needs/
Web resource: https://www.anrows.org.au/publication/domestic-and-family-violence-and-parenting-mixed-method-insights-into-impact-and-support-needs-key-findings-and-future-directions/
Type: Report
Title: Domestic and family violence and parenting : mixed method insights into impact and support needs : key findings and future directions
Authors: Dunstan, Jessie
Humphreys, Cathy
Diemer, Kristin
Nguyen, Cattram D
Buchanan, Fiona
Hooker, Leesa
Taft, Angela
Westrupp, Elizabeth M
Cooklin, Amanda R
Carson, Rachel
Kaspiew, Rae
Horsfall, Briony
Qu, Lixia
Nicholson, Jan M
Keywords: Mothering;Children;Australia;Violence against women;Service provision;Parenting;Family violence;Domestic violence;Families
Categories: ANROWS Publications
Year: 2017
Publisher: ANROWS
Citation: Issue 04/2017
Abstract:  Research report RP.14.05
The Domestic and Family Violence and Parenting program is an extensive mixed method project that examines the impact of inter-parental conflict (IPC) and domestic and family violence (DFV) on parenting and parent–child relationships. It makes a unique contribution by bringing together evidence on a diversity of Australian populations, life-course stages, and experiences of IPC and DFV. The research captures the experiences and impacts on fathers, mothers, and children at varying ages and stages of development and independence. This has enabled identification of important issues that are shared or differ across gender and family structure. The results illustrate the impacts of IPC and DFV that affect a large number of families, as well as the experiences of those who have undergone highly challenging and traumatic circumstances.
Notes: 

"This Compass paper provides an overview of the findings from the Domestic and Family Violence and Parenting Research Program—an extensive mixed method project that examined the impact of inter-parental conflict (IPC) and domestic and family violence (DFV) on parenting and parent–child relationships. This paper also sets out the implications of the findings for policymakers and practitioners working with parents and children in the context of past or current family violence.

This multi-method project makes a unique contribution by bringing together evidence on a diversity of Australian populations, life-course stages, and experiences of IPC and DFV. Each study component provides a different perspective on the examination of parenting in the context of family violence. The research captures the experiences and impacts on fathers, mothers, and children at varying ages and stages of development and independence. This has enabled identification of important issues that are shared or differ across gender and family structure. The results illustrate the impacts of IPC and DFV that affect a large number of families, as well as the experiences of those who have undergone highly challenging and traumatic circumstances."

URI: https://anrows.intersearch.com.au/anrowsjspui/handle/1/18644
ISSN: 2204-9630
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