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NCAS: Findings for people born in countries where the main language is not English
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Filicides in a domestic and family violence context 2010–2018
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indigenous-world-2018.pdf.jpg2018The Indigenous world 2018International Work Group for Indigenous AffairsReport
2016Establishing the connection : guidelines for practitioners and clinicians in the sexual assault and alcohol and other drug sectorsAustralian Institute of Family StudiesWeb Page
2019Where do they learn violence? The roles of three forms of violent socialization in childhoodLee, Bora; Kim, Jeongsuk; Farber, Naomi B.Report
2011Designated as Dangerous: Characteristics of Sex Offenders Subject to Post-Sentence Orders in AustraliaDoyle, Dominic J; Thomas, Stuart; Ogloff, JamesJournal Article
2003No violence in schools : building healthy relationships for young people : teacher resource kitAustralian Capital Territory Education & Community ServicesReport
1997Violence and women with disabilities: silence and paradoxSage series on violence against womenBessant, Judith; Chenoweth, Lesley Irene; Cook, SandraBook Chapter
2003Epidemiological considerations in the conceptualization and utilization of "prevalence" and "incidence rate" in family violence research: a reply to Brownridge and Halli (1999)Clement, Marie-Eve; Larrivee, Marie-Claude; Helie, SJournal Article
2002Searching for online, Australian articles in the Clearinghouse research and resources databaseGietzelt, DaleJournal Article
2010Cost-effectiveness of a programme to detect and provide better care for female victims of intimate partner violenceFeder, Gene; Norman, Richard; Eldridge, Sandra; Spencer, AnneJournal Article
2018Coercive control : impacts on children and young people in the family environmentMcLeod, DanielleReport