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Record ID: 27692f62-86f1-4c66-af6f-ac0cbb365410
Type: Report
Title: Yarnin' research – inner-city Aboriginal women and domestic violence
Authors: Cox, Eva
Pearce, Sonya
Keywords: Indigenous issues;Community development
Year: 2010
Publisher: Mudgin-Gal Aboriginal Women’s Corporation
Notes:  This report summarises a study that used Yarnin' research to explore inner-city Aboriginal women's views on violence and abuse. The report includes an overview of Yarnin' research as a form of participatory action research, using Aboriginal communication styles to give voice to Aboriginal women and guiding researchers to utilise listening and reflection skills. Through the Mudgin-Gal Aboriginal Women's Corporation the researchers conducted workshops with Aboriginal women to explore how violence is defined, different types of violence, the tipping point in deciding to make a change, and healing journey training. The report also includes a proposed Indigenous researchers training program for discussion.
Physical description: 29 p.
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