A bibliography of recent Australian research on violence against women
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Bluett-Boyd, N., Fileborn, B., Quadara, A., & Moore, S. (2013). The Role of Emerging Communication Technologies in Experiences of Sexual Violence: A New Legal Frontier? Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Carmody, M., & Ovenden, G. (2013). Putting ethical sex into practice: sexual negotiation, gender and citizenship in the lives of young women and men. Journal of Youth Studies, (ahead-of-print), 1-16.
Chung, D. (2013). Understanding the Statistics about Male Violence. Sydney, White Ribbon Foundation.
Healey, L., Humphreys, C., & Howe, K. (2013). Inclusive Domestic Violence Standards: Strategies to Improve Interventions for Women With Disabilities?.Violence and Victims, 28(1), 50-68.
Hegarty, K. L., et al (2013). Effect of Type and Severity of Intimate Partner Violence on Women’s Health and Service Use Findings From a Primary Care Trial of Women Afraid of Their Partners. Journal of interpersonal violence,28(2), 273-294.
Henry, N. (2013). Memory of an Injustice: The “Comfort Women” and the Legacy of the Tokyo Trial. Asian Studies Review, (ahead-of-print), 1-19.
Humphreys, C., Laing, L., & Cavanagh, K. (2013). Social Work and Domestic Violence: Developing Critical and Reflective Practice. Sage.
Taft, A., O’Doherty, L., Hegarty, K., Ramsay, J., Davidson, L., & Feder, G. (2013). Screening women for intimate partner violence in healthcare settings. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2013, Issue 4. Art. No.: CD007007.
Allen, L., & Carmody, M. (2012). ‘Pleasure has no passport’: re-visiting the potential of pleasure in sexuality education. Sex Education, 12(4), 455-468.
Brown, T., & Tyson, D. (2012). An Abominable Crime: Filicide in the Context of Parental Separation and Divorce. Children Australia, 37(04), 151-160.
Burkett, M., & Hamilton, K. (2012). Postfeminist sexual agency: Young women’s negotiations of sexual consent. Sexualities, 15(7), 815-833.
Carmody, M. (2012). Young People, Ethical Sex and Violence Prevention. Rethinking School Violence: Theory, Gender, Context, 167.
Douglas, H. (2012). A consideration of the merits of specialised homicide offences and defences for battered women. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 45(3), 367-382.
Flynn, A., & Henry, N. (2012). Disputing consent: The role of jury directions in Victoria. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 24(2), 167.
Graycar, R., & Morgan, J. (2012). Equality Unmodified. Sex Discrimination in Uncertain Times, 175-195.
Larcombe, W. (2012). Worsnop v The Queen: Subjective Belief in Consent Prevails (Again) in Victoria’s Rape Law. Melbourne Univeristy Law Review, 35(2).
Morgan, J. (2012). Homicide law reform and gender: Configuring violence. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 45(3), 351-366.
Powell, A. (2012). More than Ready: Bystander Action to Prevent Violence Against Women. VicHealth, Melbourne.
Quadara, A. (2012). ‘The Problem of Tabletop Dancing’ in Policing Sex, 149. Routledge.
Tyson, D. (2012). Sex, Culpability and the Defence of Provocation. Routledge-cavendish.
Larcombe, W. (2011). Falling Rape Conviction Rates:(Some) Feminist Aims and Measures for Rape Law. Feminist Legal Studies, 19(1), 27-45.
Murray, S. (2011). Violence Against Homeless Women: Safety and Social Policy. Australian Social Work, 64(3), 346-360.
Murray, S., & Powell, A. (2011). Domestic violence: Australian public policy. Australian Scholarly Publishing.
Tyson, D. (2011). Victoria’s New Homicide Laws: Provocative Reforms or More Stories of Women’s Asking for It. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 23, 203.
Clark, H., & Quadara, A. (2010). Insights into sexual assault perpetration: Giving voice to victim/survivors’ knowledge. Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Henry, N. (2010). The impossibility of bearing witness: Wartime rape and the promise of justice. Violence against women, 16(10), 1098-1119.
Pease, B. (2010). Reconstructing violent rural masculinities: responding to fractures in the rural gender order in Australia. Culture, Society and Masculinities, 2(2), 154-164.
Powell, A. (2010). Sex, power and consent: Youth culture and the unwritten rules. Cambridge University Press.
Powell, A. (2010). Configuring Consent: Emerging Technologies, Unauthorized Sexual Images and Sexual Assault. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 43(1), 76-90.