Domestic violence: Australian public policy

Murray, S and Powell, A 2011, Domestic violence: Australian public policy, Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne, Australia.

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Title Domestic violence: Australian public policy
Author(s) Murray, S
Powell, A
Year 2011
Publisher Australian Scholarly Publishing
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Subjects Policy and Administration not elsewhere classified
Medical Physiology not elsewhere classified
Summary "Thirty years ago, the New South Wales Task Force on Domestic Violence identified domestic violence as ;a deep-seated national problem'. Advertising campaigns in the intervening years have advised us to say no' to violence and explained where, if we experienced domestic violence, we could get assistance. However, we know that domestic violence has not been eliminated. Today, around a third of women experience violence from their partner, but has violence been reduced? What policies and programs have been put in place to tackle the problem? This book provides some answers to these questions. Suellen Murray and Anastasia Powell review public policy responses to domestic violence in Australia. They consider how domestic violence has been understood and the policy approaches that have been taken."
Copyright notice © Suellen Murray and Anastasia Powell
Keyword(s) domestic violence
family violence
public policy
ISBN 9781921875526
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