Co-occurring issues

Recommended reading on family and whānau violence

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Co-occurring issues

 

Poverty

Beddoe, L. (2016)
Feral families, troubled families: The spectre of the underclass in New Zealand
Social Work Research in New Zealand (website)

Wynd, D. (2013)
Child abuse: What role does poverty play?
Auckland: Child Poverty Action Group.

Sokoloff, N., & Pratt, C. (Eds.) (2005)
Domestic violence at the margins: Readings on race, class, gender, and culture
Rutgers University Press.

Alcohol and other drugs

Braaf, R. (2012).
Elephant in the room: Responding to alcohol misuse and domestic violence

ADFVC Issues paper, no.24.
Sydney, NSW: Australian Domestic and Family Violence Clearinghouse.

Alcohol and other drugs and family violence: A selected bibliography (2015)
Prepared by the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse, University of Auckland.

Mental health

Hager, D. (2008)
He drove me mad (DVD)
Auckland: Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand and New Zealand Homeworks Trust.

Hager, D. (2001)
He drove me mad: An investigation into the relationship between domestic violence and mental illness
MPH thesis. University of Auckland.

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Definitions
Statistics 
Impacts of violence
Conceptual models
- Tangata whenua
- Pacific communities
- Asian communities
- Gendered analysis
- Public health models
Risk and protective factors
(what 'causes' family violence?)
'What works' reports

Victim/survivors' voices
Primary prevention
Community mobilisation
Integrated family violence system
Intervention
- Intimate partner violence and child abuse and neglect  
- By population group
- By sector
Co-occurring issues
Evaluation
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